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1. Protección penal de la naturaleza y los bienes culturales, online conference
Put on by the Universitat Jaume I exciting collection of top experts discussing crime and policing relating to cultural and natural heritage. In Spanish.
When: 15–16 October 2020
More Info: https://cutt.ly/sfKDoj2
2. Provenance Researcher, Job, Karlsruhe
The Kunsthalle Karlsruhe is looking for a provenance researcher. MA needed, PhD preferred. German speaking with good English and French.
When: Apply by 8 November
Where: Kunsthalle Karlsruhe, Germany
Cost: Pay Unknown
More Info: https://www.museumsbund.de/stellenangebote/provenienzforschung-mwd/
3. Heritage crime and archaeology, Webinar
The University of Kent Centre for Heritage is hosting this panel consisting of Mark Harrison, Karl Harrison, and David Gill discussing different aspects of heritage crime.
When: 22 October 2020, 6pm London time
More Info: https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_P0cZY1CNT0K7BRiCIbF3wg
4. Art Law Day, Conference, Online
The Appraisers’ Association Art Law Day is virtual this year. See the schedule on the site and note, 3 CLE credits are available.
When: 6 November 2020
Cost: $150/$250 Scholarship fund available
More Info: https://www.appraisersassociation.org/index.cfm?fuseaction=Page.ViewPage&pageId=767&mc_cid=2711b8b44b&mc_eid=7dacd5e166
5. Provenance Research Assistant, Job, University of Bonn
This three year, full time position involves provenance research for the State of North Rhine-Westphalia.
When: Apply before 18 October 2020
Where: Univesity of Bonn, Germany
Cost: Pay Unknown
More Info: https://lootedart.com/web_images/pedf2020/Ausschreibung%20WMA%20Provenienz%20Zuschlag%20Sa%C3%9F.pdf
6. Restitution: Gimpel vs the French Government – a Seven Year Saga, Webinar
A grandson of René Gimpel will recount their family campaign to recover paintings stolen during the second world war.
When: 25 October 2020, 18:00 – 19:30 CET
More Info: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/restitution-gimpel-vs-the-french-government-a-seven-year-saga-tickets-124602069143
7. Deloitte’s Art & Finance Panels, Virtual Conference Series
Deloitte is hosting a series of web panels on various art topics. One that caught my eye is: “Trust – Transparency – Responsibility Trends in the Art Market.”
When: 23–28 October 2020, 15:30-17:15 CET
More Info: https://www2.deloitte.com/lu/en/pages/art-finance/events/art-finance-panels-artcity-2020.html?mc_cid=2711b8b44b&mc_eid=7dacd5e166
8. Art Litigation/Dispute Resolution Institute, Webinar
From the Continuing Legal Education institute, this event hosts an interesting group of speakers on topics such as what the art world can lean from “the current civil and criminal proceedings against Inigo Philbrick”.
When: 15 and 16 October 2020, 9:00–12:45 EST
More Info: https://www.nycla.org/NYCLA/Events/Event_Display.aspx?EventKey=CLE101520&mc_cid=2711b8b44b&mc_eid=7dacd5e166