Becoming a collector of art does not have to be an overwhelming process. This day-long symposium at the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts introduces artists and art lovers to the information, determination, and courage needed to collect original works of art.
Through a combination of talks, panels, and demonstrations, this event will offer insights into why collecting is important, provide the tools to feel confident in making choices and understanding aesthetics, and allow new collectors to engage directly with artists, museums, and galleries in an empowered way.
This event will feature a keynote conversation between Nashormeh Lindo, artist, educator, and wife of Hollywood actor Delroy Lindo, and PAFA Museum Director Brooke Davis Anderson to conclude the day’s events. The discussion will center around how the Lindos have established an inspiring art collecting practice as a couple.
When: Saturday, May 18, 2019, 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Location: Rhoden Arts Center, Samuel M.V. Hamilton Building, Philadelphia, PA
Cost: Members: $10 | Public: $20
For more information visit www.pafa.org.