Discover the inner workings of the Toronto art community on this behind-the-scenes tour of Steve Driscoll’s west-end studio.
If your goal is to become a knowledgeable and confident collector, you’ll have to master a few skills and understand your options.
As the contemporary art market continues to grow, more and more collectors are interested in buying work from emerging artists, whether for enjoyment or investment purposes.
This second session in our four-part series will discuss the legal and tax issues that are essential knowledge for art collectors.
A frequent theme from journalists and critics alike is that the market for high art is irrational.
Hear from a diverse panel of leading experts on new ways to build a collection, with a focus on how to leverage the Internet to find the works you love.
This presentation will investigate the influence of technology on today’s art market, including web-based tools to catalog and share your art collection archive with an ever-expanding and global art community.
Discussion will focus on Visual Thinking Strategies (VTS) and its applicability with adults.
When most people think of an appraiser, they think of the Antiques Road Show.
The presentation will be an opportunity to experience Visual Thinking Strategies (VTS). VTS is used in educational institutions and fine art museums internationally. This method was developed in collaboration between the NY MoMA and Developmental Psychologist Abigail Housen. The VTS experience will engage viewers with visual art directly, developing their own meaning making abilities and observation skills.