Many don't realize the ethical dilemmas that riddle the art world. From Nazi-plundered works of art to antiquities dealers and museums profiting from stolen objects to sacred artifacts looted and sold by amateur archaeologists, the art world is full of complicated legal and ethical dilemmas.
Join us for a virtual panel discussion with industry experts to explore these ethical issues and promote ethical stewardship in art collecting.
Associate Museum Director
Kirkland Museum of Fine & Decorative Art
Amber-Dawn Bear Robe
Assistant Professor of Art History
Institute of American Indian Arts
Christopher Beekman, PhD
Associate Professor of Anthropology
University of Colorado Denver
Geoffrey Shamos, PhD
Vicki Myhren Gallery, University of Denver
> No registration fee
> Open to all students, alumni, faculty, staff, and the general public
> 1.5 CPE credits in Ethics available from the Colorado Chapter of ACFE
Event is co-hosted by the Daniels Fund Ethics Initiatives at the University of Colorado Denver and the University of Denver and The Center for Art Collection Ethics at the University of Denver.