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Mapping a Career in the Art World – Berlin

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Looking for a career in the art world? Join the ‘Mapping a Career in the Art World’ - Berlin course.

If you are thinking of an art world career, this inspirational and informative course will provide you with a broad ranging introduction to options and strategies that will help you reach your goal. Especially tailored for the Berlin art scene, you will meet leading art industry professionals who will share their own career paths as well as describing the fields they operate in and some of the roles that are available.

You will be able to talk to our speakers and get tips, advice and personal leads and by the end of the course will have gained essential information and insights on the key art industry jobs and their main requirements.

Mapping a Career in the Art World is your ‘foot in the door’ for making those initial connections which are so very important when starting out or even changing your career.

This course is also available in Sydney and London.
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Course dates

Dates
25 - 27 April, 2018

Daily Schedule
09:30am - 4:00pm

Fees
£765 (€860)

Location
Soho House Berlin,
Torstraße 1,
10119 Berlin,
Germany

This three day course will comprise of sessions where art world professionals will speak about their career paths and offer advice on how to get into the Berlin art scene.

Participants will have the opportunity to visit a private collection, a major corporate collection and will receive an exclusive invitation to the Christie’s Exhibition Cocktail. 

 

Confirmed speakers include:
Dirk Boll, President, Christie's Europe
Keith Gill, Christie’s  Head of Evening Sale, Impressionist & Modern Art
Alexander Koch, Co-Founder KOW
Tim Schmelcher, Christie’s International Specialist
Nina Senger, Christie’s Senior Restitution Advisor
Dr. Friederike Gräfin von Brühl, Partner, K&L Gates LLP Berlin
Antonia Josten, Art Historian

 

 

There are no prerequisites for this course. 

 
 
 
 
 

£765 (€860) 
 
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