Careers that Make the Art World Go Round
Tuesday, November 5, 6:00-7:15 p.m. in G214
Behind the fine arts and performing arts masterpieces we all admire lies an art industry. It depends on legal and arts professionals who must deal with multiple actors – including museums, auction houses, artists, and corporations– to ensure the quality of the final product. Penn Law in the Arts is proud to host a distinguished panel of speakers whose careers include managing and transacting with arts organizations. Join us to learn about the legal and business issues facing the art world, and how you can apply your legal skills to get involved in the industry. Reception to follow. Sponsored by the Dean’s Speaker’s Fund and CP&P. Panelists include Larry Berger, General Counsel and Secretary at the Philadelphia Museum of Art, Seth Stuhl L’97, Director of Legal and Business Affairs at Disney Theatrical Group, and Robert Dance, private art dealer in New York. The panel will be moderated by Donald Millinger L’79, Vice President and General Counsel of GCAM/Global Cultural Asset Management.