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2014 Lectures and Events!
Art Collecting and the Public Interest, August 28,
2014, 1:00 pm, San Diego Museum of Art, Museum Boardroom. Santa Fe-based
attorney, Kate Fitz Gibbon will look at how the Association of Art Museum
Directors and The American Alliance of Museums regulations impact estate
planning for donors and collectors. Offering practical suggestions on
establishing provenance and documenting object history, Kate will look at
larger paradigms in the international art market. What is the effect on U.S.
collectors and museums of the global Asian antiques market, from China's
booming, multi-billion dollar industry, to Japan's regulated exchanges, and
Southeast Asia's Buddha-buying oligarchs? How do U.S. government policies
halt the art trade and put the future of Asian collections in U.S.
museums at risk? Contact San Diego Museum of Art for tickets.
Video: Roundtable on Reform: US Cultural Property Policy, Law and the Public Interest, April 30, 2014, National Press Club, 529 14th Street, NW, 13th Floor, Washington, D.C. With Timothy Rub, President AAMD and director Philadelphia Museum of Art, Tim Potts, director The Getty Museum, Matthew Polk, President, Historic Textile Research Foundation, Inc., Michael McCullough, Esq., Kate Fitz Gibbon, Esq., Andrew Adler, Esq. Watch video. Read transcript.
Symposium - Reform of U.S. Cultural Property Policy: Accountability, Transparency, and Legal Certainty, Benjamin N. Cardozo
School of Law, 55 5th Ave, New York, NY 10003, April 10, 2014. Watch video. Read transcript.
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