Learning, networking, conference and employment opportunities in cultural property, art crime research, antiquities trafficking research, provenance studies, and related things. Postings are not endorsements.
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1. Anti-Money Laundering and the Art Market, Webinar
Art Basel is hosting this webinar that will cover questions like “How will regulatory developments in US impact the global art trade? What can be learnt from how Europe has adapted? And how are art market professionals responding to this changing terrain? “
When: 25 February 2021
2. Criminal Investigator (Special Agent), Job, Locations in the USA
the US Department of Homeland Security is seeking applicants for the role of Criminal Investigator (Special Agent). While I caution that there’s no real telling what any successful applicant would be assinged to do, detecting antiquities trafficking one of several possibilities explicitly mentioned in this call.
When: closes 25 February 2021
Where: Locations in the USA
3. Deaccessioning After 2020, Online Symposium
This symposium”aims to comprehensively address collections and deaccessioning in the context of the economic fallout of the pandemic and the national call to rethink the role and responsibilities of museums and their collections in an increasingly diverse and complex world. “
When: 17–19 March 2021
Cost: $50, Student and intern discount available.
4. Diploma in Art Profession Law and Ethics, Course, Online
“This intensive, interactive course is designed to introduce both art professionals and lawyers to the specific legal risks and safeguards that underpin all art transactions. It covers buying and selling, lending and borrowing, donating and accepting, disposing and giving away. It will also teach how to avoid legal trouble and how to get the legal advantage. “
When: 5 June 2021, then one Saturday a month over seven months
Cost: £1,800, discounts for IAL and UKRG members
5. Fake in the art market, Workshop, Online
The organisers of this workshop at University of Bologna are seeking abstracts for presentations related to a number of aspects of art fakes
When: Abstracts by 31 March 2021
6. Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Art Business, Job, London
“The post holder will be a key member of the team which leads the teaching and development of the MA in Art Business.” PhD or in the process of getting one. A number of different art market aspects are covered by this programme.
When: Apply by 21 March 2021
Where: Sotheby’s Institute of Art, London
Pay: £38,000 to £55,000
7. Object Biographies: Collaborative approaches to ancient Mediterranean art, panel, online
The NYU Institute of Fine Arts his hosting this event which obviously has a strong provenance history component.
When: 10 March 2021
8. Regional art trade – a challenge for provenance research?!, Conference, Online
At this digital conference, “the possibilities and challenges of provenance research on acquisitions from the regional art and antiques trade will be discussed.”
When: 1 March 2021
Where: Online from the Bomann Museum in Celle
Cost: Free (?)
More Info: https://www.artmarketstudies.org/conf-local-art-trade-a-challenge-for-provenance-research-regionaler-kunsthandel-eine-herausforderung-fur-die-provenienzforschung-online-bomann-museum-celle-1-mar-2021-in-german/
9. Trophies for the Empire, Talk, Online
“The Cardozo Arts & Entertainment Law Journal is pleased to present a discussion about Professor David Rudenstine’s forthcoming article, Trophies for the Empire: The Epic Dispute Between Greece and England Over the Parthenon Sculptures in the British Museum.”
When: 1 March 2021, 6:30 PM – 8 PM
10. Von Frankfurt in die Welt: Einblicke in die Sammlungen Koch und Floersheim, Lecture, Frankfurt am Main
Maike Brüggen and Isabel von Klitzing will be speaking on this subject. Please note this is an in-person event and tickets must be reserved in advance.
When: 15 March 2021, 16:00 CET
Where: Instituts für Stadtgeschichte Frankfurt am Main