STIP: Grant for Provenance Research projects

Stiftung Deutsches Zentrum Kulturgutverluste
Application dead line: 01.10.2017

The German Center for Cultural Heritage and Art Loss Register [Stiftung Deutsches Zentrum Kulturgutverluste] in Magdeburg provides funding for projects for provenance research of Nazi looted art . Application deadline for long-term research projects is 1 October 2017.
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CONF: Fourth Annual Art and Cultural Heritage Crime Symposium (New York, 1-3 Nov 16)

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New York University, New York, U.S.A, November 1 – 03, 2016

Registration deadline: Nov 3, 2016

The 2016 Art and Cultural Heritage Crime Symposium hosted by NYU SPS, will be held at the NYU Woolworth Building in New York from November 1 – 3, 2016. Co-founded by Jane C.H. Jacob, Art Vérité LLC; Alice Farren-Bradley, Museum Security Network; and Christopher A. Marinello, Art Recovery Group LTD and launched in 2013 at NYU’s London Campus, this year’s program includes a stellar roster of topics and speakers from the US and Europe.

CLE units and financial aid are available for those who qualify. Attorneys attending the symposium can earn 16 CLEs in Professional Practice: 6.5 CLEs (November 1), 6.5 CLEs (November 2), and 3.0 CLEs (November 3). CLEs are transitional.

The full symposium discount rate is only available to NYU students, alumni, faculty, and adjunct faculty, as well as to NYSBA members.

DAY ONE: THEFT and FRAUD (6.5 CLEs)

DAY TWO: LOOTING and DESTRUCTION (6.5 CLEs)

Program

Source School of Professional Studies NYU (accessed Oct 28, 2016)