International Art Management – Educational Platform for Art Pros

International Art Management

Fine Art Shippers has the pleasure of working with many artists and art business professionals in the United States and worldwide, helping them with the global transportation of fine art and antiques. We also take part in various events, TV programs, and webinars dedicated to the world of art. One of them, covering the sphere of international art management and logistics, will be held this Saturday, and we are proud to be part of it.

International Art Management – Educational Platform for Art Pros

International Art Management (IAM) is a Ukrainian educational platform for art professionals, focused on arts and cultural management, art business, and administration of international art activities. The platform represents a series of lectures designed by the Institute of International Relations of the Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv. The overall course includes 19 lectures that are held online. The next one, titled “Art crosses the border. Art logistics,” will take place this Saturday, December 12.

The upcoming lecture is part of IAM.PRO educational course intended to provide the attendees with professional tools needed for the effective implementation of their own initiatives in the field of world art. It will be moderated by Sofia Birina, an author and curator of the educational program “International Art Management” at the Institute of International Relations of the Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv, and Denis Belkevich, a professional art economist and chief-editor of ARTinvestment.RU. The online lecture will also feature Ilya Kushnirskiy, Co-Founder of Fine Art Shippers and expert in global art logistics. The speakers will discuss the current situation in the art logistics sector, how international art shipping companies deal with the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, how they collaborate with museums and galleries, and other related topics.

The lecture “Art crosses the border. Art logistics” will be held on December 12 in an open format, meaning that any participant will be able to take part in the discussion and ask questions. The language of the lecture is Russian.