2015 National Conference on Demand


Full Conference

Sunday

Monday
Connoisseurship
Sessions Bundle*
14 CE Credits 7.5 CE Credits 6.5 CE Credits 7 CE Credits
Member: $550 $300 $300 $250
Non-Member: $650 $400 $400 $250

Sessions are also available à la carte, click the links below to purchase individual sessions!

 

Sunday Recorded Sessions: Monday Recorded Sessions:

1. Keynote: On the Brink of Another Museum Building Boom: Can Philanthropy Keep Pace?
   
Robin Rogrebin,The New York Times

1. Keynote: The Global Art Market in 2015 
   Clare McAndrew, Arts Economics
           

2. Rites of Passage for Outsider Art:
Growth and Change in the Field and Marketplace

 
 Shari Cavin,Cavin-Morris Gallery
   Andrew Edlin, Wide Open Arts, LLC; Jane Kallir, Co-Director, Galerie St. Etienne

   Leslie Umberger, Smithsonian American Art Museum

2. The Polarized Art Market: How High End Sales are Changing the Infrastructure of the Global Art Trade
 
Stephen Brodie, Herrick, Feinstein LLP
   Benjamin Mandel, J.P. Morgan Asset Management
   Clare McAndrew, Arts Economics
   Michael Plummer, Artvest Partners / Spring Masters New York

3. Changes in Due Diligence: Past and Present
   Stephen W. Clark, J. Paul Getty Trust
   Michael Cohn, Michael Cohn Fine Art Consultants, LLC
   Sharon Flescher, International Foundation for Art Research          Jennifer Mass, Winterthur Museum / Scientific Analysis For Fine Art, LLC

3. Cuban Art: Where the Past Meets the Future
   Ramon Cernuda, Cernuda Arte
   Josefa Gonzalez Mariscal, Josefa Gonzalez Mariscal Fine Art
   Carmen Melian, Melian Arts
   Alex J. Rosenberg, Alex Rosenberg & Associates

4. When All Is Not Lost: Appraising Partial
Loss in Fine and Decorative Arts

   Ronald Fiamma, AIG
   Karen McManusJacqueline Silverman & Associates, Inc.
   Brad Shar, Lowy

   Victoria Shaw-Williamson, Furniture Specialist
   Sharon Goodman Squires, Jacqueline Silverman & Associates

4. The Developing Landscape of Online Auctions
Thomas GalbraithPaddle8
Mark Lurie, Lofty 
Amelia Manderscheid, Christie's
Lark Mason, Lark Mason Associates / iGavel Auctions
Renee Vara, Vara Art

*5. Mid-Century Design
   David RagoRago Arts & Auction Center
   James Zemaitis
   Molly Seiler, Molly Seiler Art Advisory

*5. The Museum Library as a Resource
   Andrea Puccio, John Lindaman & Tina Lidogoster, The Thomas J. Watson Library, Metropolitan Museum of Art

*6. Understanding Asian Art Through 10 Objects
   Michael Cohn & Michael MurphyMichael Cohn Fine Art Consultants, LLC

*6. The Language of Luxury:
Understanding Value in Today's Luxury Goods Market

   Diane D'AmatoHeritage Auctions

*7. De-mystifying Auctions
   Barbara StronginSotheby's Institute of Art

*7. From Antiquity to Modernity:
20th Century Murano Glass

   Jim OliveiraGlass Past

*8. Evaluating a Home Library, Shelf-by-Shelf
   Peter CostanzoDoyle New York

 

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Access to the recordings will be emailed in your confirmation email. You will have unlimited access to the purchased recordings. Registrants will receive a confirmation email once payment has been processed.

The following sessions have not been recorded: Sunday, November 8: Issues in Valuing Archives; Monday, November 9: IRS: The Donation Appraisal.

There are no refunds for the recorded programs. By purchasing the National Conference recorded program, you agree to use the information for personal use only and not to distribute, copy, or otherwise disseminate any portion of the recording or accompanying materials.

 

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