Discrete Art/Jewelry Risk Management/ Loss and Fraud Investigations
and Virginia Curry consult nationally and internationally on fine art/jewelry risk management and of course, theft and fraud investigations. Our
cases not only result in recoveries, but also successful prosecutions and loss prevention. We are a Texas licensed and insured private investigation consultancy with extensive international contacts. We specialize in DISCRETE services, and we never publicize the identities of our clients. For further information about us, kindly visit our biography page.
If you wish to contact us please write to---- INFO@ARTCRIMESYMPOSIUM.COM
ALSO SEE RICHARD ELLIS SPEAKING ON ART CRIME FOR NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC:http://art-crime.blogspot.com/2012/11/richard-dick-ellis-on-working-with.html
'WORLD OF ART AND FINE ART OF CRIME SYMPOSIA"
UPDATE: May 8, 2013: WE ARE FINALIZING THE DATES FOR OUR 2013 "WORLD OF ART AND FINE ART OF CRIME" SYMPOSIUM WITH A MAJOR TEXAS UNIVERSITY in DALLAS IN OCTOBER! ALL Y'YALL GET YOUR BOOTS AND GET READY TO RIDE WITH DICK AND I IN THE LONE STAR STATE!
AUGUST 7, 2012- OUR FIRST SYMPOSIUM HELD AT STONEHILL COLLEGE WAS AN UNPRECEDENTED SUCCESS IN THIS FIELD
We offer participants a "hands on" connection and
an exceptional experience of scholarship and professionalism with art. There will be lecturers on campus each
morning focusing on topics which initiate the student to the
economics of art, provide suggestions for researching their own areas of art
interest and of course we will discuss crimes against art. We share our first
hand international experience, scholarship and current topics in the field.
In the afternoons we
visit several museums, premier art galleries and conduct practical exercises,
such as participation in a mock auction We'll learn how
auctions are conducted at a major ine art auction house in our behind the
scenes visit. We will meet museum professionals who will
explain their function in regard to exhibition preparation and curation.
even try our hand at solving on site, the most important unsolved museum heist in U.S.
We will observe how conservation specialists work and how security
managers manage the risk of the exposure of their treasures. We'll speak with the curator of an important corporate
collection to see how business collects and presents investment art.
This unique seminar adventure equips you to
pursue your interest in collecting and appreciating art and understanding the
diverse crimes against art like none other.
Participants who complete this program shall receive a Certificate of Continuing
Education Units(CEUs) for three units of training provided in accordance with guidelines
set forth by the International Association for Continuing Education and Training (IACET)
This is quite possibly the most interesting, educational and exciting opportunity to spend your summer holiday this year!
SHOULD YOU WISH TO BE PLACED ON OUR EMAIL LIST FOR FUTURE
SYMPOSIUMS, OR HAVE INQUIRIES CONCERNING WEEKEND PRESENTATIONS OR SPEAKING ENGAGEMENTS OR INTERVIEWS, KINDLY CONTACT US: INFO@ARTCRIMESYMPOSIUM.COM