Conférence - Art
Day 3 - Luxembourg Art Week Conference Cycle - Management of Private and Corporate Art Collections: Benefits and Issues
Luxembourg Art Week
We are pleased to announce our new partnership with Luxembourg Art Week for their new event Management of Private and Corporate Art Collections: Benefits and Issues.
On October 23rd, panel moderator David Arendt, Partner and Independent Director at The Director’s Office will lead a discussion on Corporate Art Collections.
Attendance at the conference is free of charge.
Day 3: Corporate Collections: Benefits
What are different structures for holding Corporate Collections? How to manage a corporate collection? What are short and long-term purposes of Corporate Collections?
Each speaker will present their topic for 8 minutes, followed by a 1-hour Q&A session with the audience.
17:00 Welcome of the participants
17:30 Welcome speech and announcement of speakers by David Arendt
17:35 What are different vehicles for holding art? (Tax and legal structures in Luxembourg)
17:45 Holding Corporate Collections
17:55 Patricia de Peuter, former Head of ING Art Collection - Management of Corporate Collections
18:05 Delphine Munro, Head of Arts and Culture at EIB Institute and board member of IACCCA – International Association of Corporate Collections of Contemporary Art
18:15 Corporate Foundations
18:25 Tonika Hirdman, General Director of Fondation de Luxembourg - Foundations
18:35 Legislation to encourage public donations
18:45 Suzanne Cotter, Director Mudam Luxembourg - Donations, A Museum’s Perspective
18:55 Panel discussion and Q&A
20:00 Closing Speech by Mrs. Sam Tanson, Minister of Culture
Participants are invited to stay and dine at AKA restaurant, within Cercle Cité, following the conference and closing cocktail (cost 45€ per person, seats are limited). Please confirm your dinner participation on the registration form.
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Participants are hereby informed that they are likely to appear on photographs taken at the event. These are intended to be published in print and/or digital media published by Maison Moderne.