Art Crime Research Opportunities: 12 July 2018


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. Art Law Day, Appraisers Association, New York City

Light on details but Matthew Bogdanos is the speaker so at least some of the focus will be on illicit antiquities

When: 26 October 2018
Where: Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law, 55 5th Ave, New York
Cost: Unknown

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2. Collection Security Summer School, Rome

The Security Network of the Consortium of European Research Libraries is hosting a summer school on library and archive security at the Biblioteca Nazionale Centrale di Roma. Up to 30 professionals will be accepted.

When: 5–7 September 2018
Where: Biblioteca Nazionale Centrale di Roma
Cost: CERL members € 50/Non-members € 70

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3. Diploma in Law and Collections Management, Course, London

From the Institute of Art & Law, this programme offers teaching in the legal issues associated with collections management. This is a course designed for museum administrators and officials and no prior knowledge of the law is needed.

When: 15–19 October 2018
Where: Boodle Hatfield LLP, 240 Blackfriars Rd, London,
Cost: £1560

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4. German/American Provenance Research Exchange Program for Museum Professionals, Dresden and Washington DC

Bringing together professionals who specialise in WWII era provenance issues for a three-year, systematic exchange, including several conferences and other networking opportunities.

When: Applications until 28 September 2018
Where: N/A
Cost: N/A

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5. Heritage Research Centre Assistant, University of Cambridge

A one day a week support position for the Cambridge Heritage Research Centre (CHRC), based in the Department of Archaeology.

When: Closes 22 July 2018
Where: University of Cambridge, UK
Salary: £25,728 to £29,799 pro rata

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6. International Logistics Coordinator, Fine Art Division, New York City

Be the one who makes sure art gets where it’s going safely. International Freight Forwarding is seeking an logistics specialist with a background in dealing with fine art.

When: N/A
Where: New York City
Salary: $60,000–$75,000

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7. Lecturer in Archaeology (Teaching Contract), University of Glasgow

A short term teaching position here at my Uni! An opportunity for someone. Come have coffee and chats with me.

When: Closes 6 August
Where: University of Glasgow, Scotland
Salary: £34,520 to £38,833

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8. Study Forum, Institute of Art & Law, Oxford UK

The IAL is hosting a story forum which will include ” talks from leading experts about specific areas related to art and cultural heritage law”. It is eligible for 5 CPD points.

When: 28 July 2018, 9:45–5:30
Where: New College, Oxford, UK
Cost: £144 (50% off for IAL and UKRG members)

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9. The Art Business Conference, London

A one day conference “for senior art market professionals” to “explore the key issues affecting the international art market today.”

When: 4 September 2018
Where: Church House Conference Centre, Dean’s Yard, London
Cost: £211.46–£499.01

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10. Tribal Historic Preservation Officer, Pokagon Band of Potawatomi, Michigan

The person in this full time position is in charge of the Band’s historic preservation programme, including inventorying cultural resources, protecting heritage, working on repatriation. Pokagon Band Preference Code applies.

When: N/A
Where: Dowagiac, Michigan
Cost: Salary unknown

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