• Art & Artificial Intelligence + Digital Art & Crypto Collectibles
    This event brings together art market specialists, collectors, technologists and financial analysts for a full day of discussions and talks on the crossover of art with blockchain, AI and other innovative technologies. AGENDA 1:45 - 2:00 pm PowerTalk: Art & Artificial Intelligence, Demystified + Presented by Dr. Ahmed Elgammal, Founder & Director, Art and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory, Rutgers University ____ 2:05 - 2:20 pm Artist Spotlight: Eve Sussman ____ 2:25 - 3:25 pm Panel Discussion: Digital art and crypto collectibles Panelists include: + Kevin Abosch - Artist + Jessica Angel - Artist + Matt Hall - Co-Creator, CryptoPunks + Judy Mam - Co-Founder & CMO, DADA.nyc. + Zack Yanger - Head of Marketing & Content at SuperRare.co Moderated by: Michael Lee - Co-Founder & Director of Operations, Sndbox ____ 3:30 - 4:00 pm Live Auction: How much is that Rare Pepe? +Presented by: Louis Parker - Rare Human, Artist, The Rare Pepe Blockchain Project. ____ October 24,[masked]:45 pm - 4:00 pm NYU Kimmel Center, 5th Floor - Grand Hall, 60 Washington Square South · New York, NY $45

    NYU Kimmel Center, Grand Hall

    60 Washington Square South · New York, NY

    $45.00
  • Data Protection & Privacy + Art Market Supply Chain
    This event brings together art market specialists, collectors, technologists and financial analysts for a full day of discussions and talks on the crossover of art with blockchain, AI and other innovative technologies. AGENDA: 11:10 - 11:25 am PowerTalk: Data protection and privacy: Does art market need transparency? + Speaker: Christopher Vroom - Founder & CEO, CollectorIQ ___ 11:25 - 11:45 am Break & Virtual Reality Demonstration led by Vitomir Jevremović - Founder & CEO of VR ALL ART ____ 11:45 - 12:45 pm Panel Discussion: Art market supply chain: Needs and solutions. Panelists include: + Nicole Bouchard - Director, Business Process, Crozier Fine Arts + Cynthia Gayton - Owner, Gayton Law + Alexandra Kramer - Partner, CKR Law + Jennifer Schipf - Senior Vice President Fine Art and Specie - North America & Broker Client Management, Global Lines – North America, XL Catlin Moderated by: Roxanna Zarnegar - Adjunct Faculty, Sotheby's Institute ____ October 24,[masked]:10 am - 12:45 pm NYU Kimmel Center, 5th Floor - Grand Hall, 60 Washington Square South · New York, NY $45

    NYU Kimmel Center, Grand Hall

    60 Washington Square South · New York, NY

    $45.00
  • Blockchain : Unchaining the concept: What is it? + Latest Trends
    This event brings together art market specialists, collectors, technologists and financial analysts for a full day of discussions and talks on the crossover of art with blockchain, AI and other innovative technologies. AGENDA: 9:45 - 10:00 am Power Talk: Unchaining the concept: What is blockchain and why we need it today? + Presented by - Nolan Bauerle, Director of Research, Coindesk _____ 10:05 - 11:05 am Panel Discussion: Blockchain era - New ways of collecting Panelists include: + Anne Bracegirdle - Associate Vice-President & Specialist, Photographs + Department, Christie’s + Nanne Dekking - Founder and CEO, Artory & Chairman of the Board, TEFAF + Daniel Doubrovkine - CTO, Artsy + Masha Golovina - Director, Market Analysis, Masterworks Moderated by: Fanny Lakoubay - CMO, Snark.art _____ October 24,[masked]:45 am - 11:45 am NYU Kimmel Center, 5th Floor - Grand Hall, 60 Washington Square South · New York, NY

    NYU Kimmel Center, Grand Hall

    60 Washington Square South · New York, NY

    $45.00
  • Blockchain: The Impact on Artists and Art Marketplaces
    __TO ATTEND THIS EVENT IN PERSON OR VIA LIVE WEBINAR, PURCHASE TICKETS HERE > https://bit.ly/2rdO6qP As the popularity and hype around blockchain grow, artists also need to become more aware of this groundbreaking technology as it may not only change the way they are financially compensated for their art but also conceptually influence their creative work. This panel, organized in partnership with NYU SPS Center for Applied Liberal Arts during NYC Blockchain week, will focus on the following questions: -How can traditional & digital artists benefit from the blockchain technology? -What are the new art marketplaces changing how we buy and sell art? -Will people buy art online with cryptocurrencies? -Is there an overlap with the traditional art market? -What is crypto art? Let's talk about digital artworks and crypto collectibles (crypto kitties, crypto punks, memes) __PANELISTS: + Kevin Abosch, Artist, Latest Project: I am a coin + Amy Whitaker, Assistant professor at NYU Steinhardt, and author of the book Art Thinking. https://www.artsy.net/article/artsy-editorial-new-models-artists-benefit-holding-equity-work + Ram Nadella, Director of Technology, Paddle8 + Jonathan Perkins, co-founder of Pixura and Super Rare Art Marketplace + Andrey Alekhin, co-founder and CEO of Snark, Digital and Crypto Art Marketplace + Moderator: Fanny Lakoubay, Art and Technology Specialist, Consultant (formerly Artnet and Collectrium) __AGENDA: 6:30-7:00 pm: Check-in & Introductions 7:00-8:00 pm: Panel Discussion & Q&A 8:00-8: 30 pm: Networking __TO ATTEND THIS EVENT IN PERSON OR VIA LIVE WEBINAR, PURCHASE TICKETS HERE > https://bit.ly/2rdO6qP

    NYU Midtown Graduate Center

    11 West 42nd Street, Room 1027 · New York, ny

  • Blockchain Technology: Disrupting the Creative World
    THIS EVENT IS AVAILABLE THROUGH LIVE WEBINAR, IN PERSON AND RECORDING TO REGISTER FOR THIS EVENT, CLICK ON THE LINK: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/blockchain-technology-disrupting-the-creative-world-tickets-45004912906 New Art Academy and Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business, present a conversation about disruptive and impactful potential of using blockchain technology in media, art, journalism and advertising. QUESTIONS WE WILL COVER: + How can blockchain help with authorship rights, plagiarism and fake news? + Do we need more transparency in the art market and is blockchain a good solution for it? + How to eliminate fraud in digital advertising with the help of blockchain technology? + How can blockchain ensure that artist's rights are always protected and their royalties are paid? PANELISTS: - Daniel Sieberg, Eco-System Growth Lead; Co-founder, Civil, A Decentralized Marketplace for Sustainable Journalism - Lindsay Moroney, COO, Artory, The Registry for the Art World - Roy Huang, Co-Founder, FRESCO, Blockchain Art Trust Distribution Network - Jaisimha Muthegere, CTO, Visto Hub, Bringing Transparency, Interoperability and Accountability to Programmatic Advertising. - G. Thomas Esmay, Director of Business Development, SingularDTV, SingularDTV’s Platform Empowers Artists and Creators with Powerful Tools to Manage Projects from Development to Distribution. MODERATED BY: - Fanny Lakoubay, Art and Technology Specialist AGENDA: 6:30 - 7:20 pm : Panel Discussion 7:20 - 7:40 pm : Q & A 7:40 - 8:30 pm : Networking TO REGISTER FOR THIS EVENT, CLICK ON THE LINK: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/blockchain-technology-disrupting-the-creative-world-tickets-45004912906

    Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business

    601 Lexington Avenue, 26th Floor · New York, ny

  • Blockchain and the Value of Trust, presented by BuildIn.io
    Please register on Eventbrite in order to confirm your seat: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/blockchain-and-the-value-of-trust-presented-by-buildinio-tickets-43909929782?aff=es2#tickets Sally Shtrozberg, co-founder, and CEO of BuildIn.io will discuss how blockchain technology can revolutionize the real estate industry. Doors open at 6:30 pm, presentation starts at 7 pm.

    Verus Real Estate

    346 West 72nd Street · New York, NY

    $20.00
  • Blockchain, Artificial Intelligence and Online Sales: Art and Tech Panel @ EBAY
    Please make sure you purchase tickets for the event here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/blockchain-artificial-intelligence-and-online-sales-art-and-tech-panel-ebay-tickets-43133679998 With to the disruptive impact of technology, within the next 10 years, the art world will find itself in a very different place. For example, blockchain technology and artificial intelligence (AI) are frequently discussed, but few are certain how they will impact and change the art market. New Art Academy, NYU Center for Applied Liberal Arts and Pulse360 present a panel discussion on how technology can radically change the art world. The topics to be discussed are: - Provenance of digital works of art - Art authentication and using artificial intelligence at the brush-stroke level - A peer-to-peer economy for artists, collectors and investors - Buying and selling art and collectibles online - Art and technology education Panelists: Kevin McCoy, founder and CEO of Monegraph. Using blockchain technology Monegraph allows digital creators to easily issue licenses for the artistic or commercial use of their work. Ahmed Elgammal, director of the The Art & Artificial Intelligence Lab at Rutgers University Yehudit Mam, co-founder and CMO, DADA.nyc. DADA.nyc is the world’s only visual conversation network where people speak to each other through drawings and create collaborative art. DADA.nyc uses blockchain technology to create a peer-to-peer economy benefiting artists, collectors and investors. Katerina Frank, category manager Art, eBay Elena Zavelev, founder and program director, New Art Academy Moderator: Sherone Rabinovitz, Technologist, Blockchain Consultant and Educator.

    eBay

    625 6th Avenue, New York, NY · New York, NY

    $35.00
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  • Art Storage: Tools and Risk Management
    With rapid globalization in the art market, there is an increased emphasis on the high level of care, discretion, security, reliability, and transparency in regards to Art Logistics. Join us for an interactive conversation with Kevin Lay, Director of Operations at ARCIS, a soon-to-be-open first foreign trade zone and a sustainable and eco-friendly fine art storage facility in Manhattan. Kevin will present case studies to different processes and scenarios of transporting and storing valuable works of art. His talk will be complemented by a presentation by Roxanna Zarnegar, who will share her experience in logistics as the Chief Operating Officer at Christie’s Americas and SVP at Artnet. Roxanna will also moderate a discussion and Q & A session. Register here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/art-storage-tools-and-risk-management-for-collectors-advisors-and-art-market-professionals-tickets-42478337852 AGENDA: 6:30 pm: Introduction by Roxanna Zarnegar 6:45 pm: Kevin Lay, Director of Operations, ARCIS-Fine Art + Collection Care 7:15 pm: Discussion/ Q & A led by Roxanna Zarnegar 7:45 pm: Networking SPEAKER PROFILES: Kevin Lay, Director of Operations, ARCIS, Fine art + Collection Care Kevin brings decades of experience in fine and decorative art storage, logistics and collection care for his role as Director of Operations for ARCIS, New York’s first and only FTZ designated for fine art. Kevin joined ARCIS in January 2016 after successfully spearheading the expansion and relocation of Fergus McCaffrey’s Upper East Side gallery to its vast new space in Chelsea, where he served as Director of Exhibitions, planning and mounting exhibitions and working with a roster of internationally recognized artists and artists’ estates. He previously served as manager of Crozier Fine Arts’ 21st Street storage facility in Chelsea and Crozier’s decorative arts facility and Long Island warehouse. While at Crozier, Kevin applied his combined expertise in art services, client relations, and retail management to provide his clients with first-hand personalized service while stewarding the safety and security of their collections. After his tenure at Crozier, Kevin was Director of Gallery Services for internationally recognized industry leader Dietl International. In this role, he oversaw moving a broad range of art, antiques and other objects of great value on a global scale; and planned and arranged installations and private viewings on behalf of artists, galleries, auction houses and other institutions. With discretion and an understanding of every aspect of art, artists and the business of art, Kevin Lay has developed and maintains an unparalleled reputation in the business of art services. Roxanna Zarnegar Roxanna served as Chief Operating Officer of Christie's Americas, where she was a key thought leader that authored several strategy proposals, which redefined end-to-end processes, instituted a succession plan and supported technology integration. Roxanna also served as Senior Vice President at Artnet where she re-designed their art marketplace platform which won an Honorary Webby Design award.

    Verus Real Estate

    346 West 72nd Street · New York, NY

  • Blockchain 101: for Art Market Professionals, Investors and Collectors
    Join us for our new event in Blockchain and Art Market Series! Of the myriad new technologies to arrive on the scene in recent years, none has demonstrated the potential for a more profound and far-reaching impact than that of the Blockchain. With concrete implementations already underway in the Banking, Real Estate, Government, Health Care, and Finance sectors, the Blockchain is also starting to change the transactional and operational landscape of the Fine Arts world. As such, whether you’re an Art Dealer, Gallery owner, (Art) Collector or (Art) Investor, understanding Blockchain technology is not only crucial to your staying relevant but can give you an edge in your field. In this non-technical yet still in-depth talk, we will break down the Blockchain’s core principles, mechanics and applications in a way that is simple to understand, giving you the necessary foundation to assess and evaluate how you might incorporate it into your specific work environment. P.S. You can attend online - we will send you login information prior to the event. SPEAKER PROFILE: Sherone Rabinovitz, MFA Technologist, Serial Entrepreneur, Educator, and Artist, Sherone has made a career blending multiple skills and disciplines in a unique and cogent way. In the mid 90’s he was amongst the pioneer wave of 1st generation developers building the World Wide Web. He next transitioned into Interactive Multimedia Development, authoring and building Interactive CD-ROMs, stand-alone Kiosks, and promotional DVD’s. Concurrently, he began a teaching career, providing training in Computer Programming, Software Development and Interactive Multimedia Development. In the early 2000’s he earned a Master of Fine Arts degree in Film and Media Arts, writing and directing several shorts which received both festival and television play. Continuing his career as an Educator, he transitioned to Academia and taught undergraduate Film and Media classes at Drexel University, Temple University, and the Art Institute of Philadelphia. In the late 2000’s he entered the Mobile space, creating and developing iPhone apps for both the Joffrey Ballet and The Washington Ballet as well as consulting on numerous inter-Enterprise iOS projects. At the same time, he founded iOS Learning Labs, a boutique iOS Training & Consultancy agency, delivering onsite trainings and workshops worldwide to clients such as eBay, Cisco, and Intel among many others. Since 2015 Sherone has been active in the Cryptocurrency and Blockchain space, trading in cryptocurrencies and consulting businesses on how to incorporate Blockchain technology into their workflow and day-to-day operations.

    Verus Real Estate

    346 West 72nd Street · New York, NY

    $35.00
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  • Art as an Investment: Art Funds and Blockchain
    Join us next Saturday at the NeueHouse (http://neuehouse.com/) to learn about art funds and blockchain tehcnology. Lead by Roxanna Zarnegar, former COO of Christie's Americas and Senior Vice President at artnet.com. ( http://artnet.com/ ) New Art Academy Weekend Series Module 4: Art as an Investment: Art funds and blockchain technology https://www.eventbrite.com/e/art-investing-art-funds-and-blockchain-technology-tickets-39027466202 The art fund industry has secured its place as an investment vertical in the world of finance. The fast-paced high volatility of the art world has attracted investors who typically invest in high-growth high-risk ETFs and Funds. Learn how blockchain technology is applied to the art market. The series includes lectures on financing and investing, buying and selling, art as an investment (art funds and blockchain technology), and art collection management. Open to anyone looking to accelerate their art knowledge, advance their career, or break into the field.

    NEUEHOUSE

    110 East 25th Street · New York, NY

    $20.00