- Analyzes and Assesses the Value of Art
- Provides an Understanding of Global Market Trends
- Covers Legal and Ethical Issues
Taught by leading practitioners in the field, these courses explore the latest trends in today’s art market. Whether your goal is to start a new art business; manage an art gallery; or work as a wealth manager, financial planner, or adviser to high-net-worth individuals, these courses provide essential skills needed to analyze and assess the value of art in the global market. Explore the social and financial contexts of collecting art, learn how to build relationships with clients, and gain an understanding of relevant legal and ethical issues.
Look at the intersections of history and art history from the 1870s to WWII that reveal the origins of impressionism and modernism.
Explore the size of each sector of the global art market, dissect the processes used in each, and examine how business is conducted.
Explore a variety of career paths in the contemporary art world, and learn about them firsthand from art industry professionals.
Look at the challenges of determining the monetary value of art, and learn to distinguish between collecting and investing in artwork.
Develop grounded knowledge of contemporary art history in parallel with an understanding of real art market economics.
This course surveys the history of art made by black artists and their activity in the global art market from the late 19th century to today.
Analyze the performance of fine art over time, within art collecting categories, and as compared to the stock market.
Discover the role of contemporary art fairs in today’s art market and attend curated tours of select art fairs in New York.