Chair, Art and Museum Practice Section of the American Bar Association
Author, Art, Artifact, Architecture and Museum Law
January 22, 2009
4:30 - 6:00 PM
Networking reception to follow presentation
The total value of art assets has passed the five trillion dollar mark, buoyed by rising prices and a declining dollar. The current market plateau provides a timely opportunity to plan a long term strategy for diversification including art and collectibles. This new workshop will introduce the most important factors shaping the future direction of art markets and outline tested principles for long term success. Attendees will learn about the fundamentals art economics, guidelines for incorporating art acquisition strategies with long-term financial management plans, and key findings from case studies in best practices. The program will also introduce valuable resources to help implement a long term plan and update attendees on important changes in appraisal and tax reporting standards.
Guest speaker Max Donner is an appraiser and veteran business reporter. He writes the “Investing Wisely” column of Heritage Magazine, the most widely read column on art business in the U.S. Presenter Jessica Darraby is Chair of the Art and Museum Practice Section of the American Bar Association and author of Art, Artifact, Architecture and Museum Law.
Omni Downtown Los Angeles Hotel
251 South Olive Street
Los Angeles, CA 90012
For directions please call (213) 617-3300
Valet Parking: $12
CFALA Members: $20
Payment methods accepted: Visa/Mastercard, American Express and Discover. If you prefer to pay by check please register online and select "purchase order" as your payment option and enter your last name as the purchase order number. Mail check to: CFA Society of Los Angeles, 350 S. Grand Ave, Suite 1680, Los Angeles CA 90071. Credit card payments will not be accepted, nor should be given, by phone or email.