Initiatives in Art & Culture Announces: Sixth Annual Gold Conference

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Kimberly McDonald, One-of-a-Kind Rough Garnet Nodule Ring with Micropave Diamonds set in 18kt Yellow Gold, 2015

Kimberly McDonald, One-of-a-Kind Rough Garnet Nodule Ring with Micropave Diamonds set in 18kt Yellow Gold, 2015

Feeling golden?

April 28 and 29, 2016 marks the dates for the Sixth Annual Gold Conference, held by Initiatives in Art & Culture.

As always, the conference offers a rich two full days of presentations, books sales/signings, and viewings/receptions.

Presentation highlights include:

  • A conversation between Kimberly McDonald and Henry Dunay
  • “Milestones on the Journey to Ethical Sourcing and Transparency” a panel moderated by Rob Bates
  • “Shops That POP! 7 Steps to Extraordinary Retail Success” a talk and panel moderated by Pamela N. Danziger
  • “The Chinese Market for Gold and Its Impact on the United States” by Evert deGraeve
  • One Year Out: The New Method for Setting the Price of Gold—A Progress Report” by Finbarr Hutcheson
  • “The London Assay Office: How Hallmarking Remains Vital to the Assurance of Quality in the Jewelry and Metal Trades” by Robert Organ
Pair of Hellenistic Gold Armbands, c. 200 BCE, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Rogers Fund, 1956, 56.11.5, 6

Pair of Hellenistic Gold Armbands, c. 200 BCE,
The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Rogers Fund, 1956, 56.11.5, 6

For more information and a full lineup of conference presentations, go to artinitiatives.com

The event will be held at The Graduate Center, The City University of New York, 365 Fifth Avenue.

To Register, click here: Ticket Price: $350. (Student rate of $100 available)

 

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