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The course covers topics and debates on issues including using art in traditional wealth management, art investment funds, using art as collateral for loans and art as an alternative investment. It will also cover how the rapidly developing market of tokenisation and fractionalization of art is impacting the art market aided by technological innovations in the industry.
Participants will hear from guest speakers currently working in the art and finance world, learning about the market in real-time. In addition, the sessions will introduce a set of analytical tools and methodologies for better understanding the performance and the dynamics of the art market and provide access to the most recent developments in the market for art finance and investment.
Learn analytical tools to better understand the art market and its intricacies.
Be positioned to better evaluate the risk and returns of art investment.
Opportunity to gain an understanding of the growth and future direction of the art and finance industry and the role of art as an asset class.
Understand and anticipate the rapid growth in digital innovation in the global art market.
Course Leader: Innovation and Finance in the Art Market, London
Anders Petterson has a CEMS in Management from the London School of Economics and Hochschule St.Gallen, Switzerland. He worked for JP Morgan Investment bank from 1995-1999 in London, New York and Frankfurt, where he was responsible for capital market products and coverage in the Nordic region.Read More
Day 1: Become acquainted with the structure of the art market and its players and discover the tools used to interpret value and data to make predictions.
Day 2: Learn strategies to analyse the art market with a focus on art as an asset. Hear from an established wealth planner and lawyer regarding wealth structuring and estate planning as they pertain to art.
Day 3: Focus on art investment funds and learn their history and potential future. Special guest lecture from the Managing Director and Head of Art Investments at Athena Art Finance, and Yieldstreet.
Day 4: Learn about art secured lending and get taught the difference between traditional vs. asset-based lenders. Visit Sotheby’s Auction House to hear from the Financial Services department and explore the market for the sale exhibitions currently on display.
Day 5: Discover how modern technologies such as AI and Blockchain can affect the market and speak with an artist currently working in the field. Visit a gallery specializing in digital and AI-driven artworks to see the future of art in action.
Course participants take away in-depth and valuable insight into the current and future art world. Those who successfully complete their course will receive a certificate of completion from Sotheby’s Institute of Art.
Sotheby’s Institute of Art course participants come from all over the world, from a wide variety of backgrounds. As they study, travel, and explore the art world alongside each other throughout the program, fierce and long-lasting collaborations are frequently born. Individuals who complete these courses join our network of over 8,000 alumni around the globe who hold top positions at renowned art organizations.
English Language Requirement
Course participants should be proficient in written and spoken English and be able to participate in group discussions and presentations in English. It is recommended that participants have the equivalent level of IELTS score of 6.0 /TOEFL score of 78 IBT, however evidence of test scores is not required to register.
Courses are open to participants 18 years of age or older, however, we prefer that students have a bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience to be able to properly engage in the course.
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