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VIRTUAL | ATCONNECT with Maria Sancho-Arroyo
April 8, 2020 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Image: Maria Sancho-Arroyo, Sotheby’s Institute of Art
In response to our current state of distance, ArtTable is shifting programming online where we can. This event will take place as a live conversation! Registration is open to members only. Suggested donation of $15.00. We hope to see you there!
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ArtTable CONNECT virtual lunch breaks
This April, ArtTable is expanding its CONNECT program to intimate online discussions open to members nationally across chapters. Originally designed to further encourage one-to-one networking amongst its members in DC, CONNECT is transitioning to a virtual lunch hour conversation series designed to allow members to ask questions outside their day-to-day areas of expertise.
Join us for these “Ask Me Anything” session via Zoom to take advantage of learning more about different sectors of the art world while respecting social distancing.
We’ll kick start this series with a virtual lunch hour with Maria Sancho-Arroyo to learn more about the global art market and this moment of fluctuation during COVID-19.
Maria has over 25 years of international experience in the art world, first at museums – National Museum of Catalan Art, MNAC, in Barcelona and at the Louvre in Paris- then at Sotheby’s Auction House in London. During her time at Sotheby’s, she gained experience in all aspects of the auction world with a focus on business and client development. She has participated in numerous auctions and worked closely with all Sotheby’s European offices. Maria has given lectures on art market trends at the London and New York Sotheby’s Institute, Georgetown University and Tsinghua University (Beijing, China) and is a regular contributor to the “Giornale dell’Arte”, the Italian edition of the Art newspaper. She is involved with art charitable organizations and is the co-chair of ArtTable DC chapter since June 2019.
Maria is currently adjunct faculty at the Sotheby’s Institute of Art in New York teaching various Art Market topics within the MA Art Business and online courses.
She is fluent in Spanish, Italian, French and English and hold and MS in Science (chemistry) from Zaragoza University and MA in Museum management by the Institut National du Patrimoine in Paris, France.
This program is hosted by Concetta Duncan, Maria Sancho-Arroyo and Caitlin Berry
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