Fresh Perspectives on Collecting Art: A Panel Discussion for Collectors and Arts Professionals

 

Set a reminder in your calendar to come back to this page on May 20th at 6:30pm EST to watch this live event! 

The Clark Hulings Fund wishes to apologize for technical difficulties that some of you had while trying to view the live broadcast of our first live-streaming event. By way of apology: we recorded the entire event and have posted it. We promise to get the kinks worked out in time for future live events that we know you’re going to love.

You don’t have to be rich or well-connected to build a collection of great contemporary representational art. Now that you’ve bought several pieces, do you find yourself thinking about the next piece of art you want to own? The goal of this informal conversation is to give art lovers some useful strategies and inspiration to enhance their collections. Our knowledgeable panelists will discuss a range of topics critical to the process, including:

  • Where to find more of the art you like
  • How much money to spend
  • How to manage and care for your collection
  • Lending to museum exhibitions, engaging with other collectors and the media, and related issues

Moderated by Peter Trippi, editor-in-chief of Fine Art Connoisseur Magazine.

Panelists (in alphabetical order):

  • Jack Esterson, AIA
    Collector
    Principal, Think! Architecture & Design pllc
  • Shelley Farmer
    Director, Hirschl & Adler Modern
  • Megan McCarthy, Ph.D.
    Major Gifts Officer, Museum of Modern Art
  • Tim Newton
    Collector
    Chairman of the Board, Salmagundi Club

Location: Salmagundi Club, Upper Gallery

Free for SCNY members; $10 for non-members

*Image credit- Salmagundi Club website
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