Bard College Berlin Presents
Wednesday, April 25, 2018

Presentation by Christie's Education

Bard College Berlin Lecture Hall
On Wednesday, April 25, Bard College Berlin will welcome Laura Harris and Giovanni Gasparini from Christie's Education for a presentation of the Art, Law and Business degree programme. Through lectures, seminars, tutorials, visits and master classes with specialists as well as a guaranteed internship at Christie’s auction house, students acquire the practical skills and object-based learning required to develop an art world career.

Laura Harris is an artist, social influencer and specialist in art business education, recruiting students for the master’s programmes at Christie’s Education in London. She travels internationally to art fairs and universities, connecting with undergraduates and career changers, advising them on their pathways into the art industry. She regularly exhibits her paintings at various exhibitions in the UK and has had several book illustrations published.

Giovanni Gasparini created and directs the Master course in Art, Law and Business and teaches the Business units of the MSc. Before joining Christie’s Education he has been lecturer on the art market at Bocconi university in Milan and has run a consultancy business for collectors and artists, active both in trading privately and organizing public exhibitions. Giovanni is also a regular contributor of reports and commentary on the international art market for ArtEconomy24, a specialized section of Il Sole 24 Ore, the leading Italian financial paper. Before joining the art world, he has been working for more than 10 years as an analyst and consultant on international affairs and aerospace businesses.

From Bard College Berlin Dorothea von Hantelmann and Bendetta Roux will be available to speak about their experience as professionals in the art world.  

Admission free

Contact information:  i.stelea@berlin.bard.edu

Location: Bard College Berlin Lecture Hall

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