[artinfo] Art as an investment- Online course

Fruzsina Kigyós kigyosfruzsina at gmail.com
Tue Oct 9 15:09:28 CEST 2012

The cartclab online program was established in Budapest, 2012. The lab aims
to provide as much information and experience about contemporary art as
possible both for people (who are) employed within this field and for those
(who are) interested in it. Due to an online learning software programme we
are able to offer an interactive course available from  all over the world.
Our lecturers are highly qualified and professionally acclaimed art
historians, curators, and art managers. Furthermore, the course can help
you to practice and explore the fields of critical communication and

Course topic: Art as an investment

Lecturer: Brunella Bruno- Professor of Financial Markets and Institutions

The course aims at illustrating the main features of art as an investment.
Particularly, the course covers two main questions: Is art an asset? Is
investing in art profitable?  These questions will be addressed according
to the following outline:

   -  Art vs. traditional financial assets;
   -  Measuring art performance: main art indices
   -  Investing in art: risk, return, and contribution of art to portfolio
   diversification (main empirical evidence)
   -  Investing in art: pros and cons of art investing through art funds

Application Deadline: 3rd November-2012

Dates: 7th November-28th November 2012

Tuition fee: 150 €

For more information and application avaible from
cARTc<http://www.cartc.hu/> page
or kigyosfruzsi at cartc.hu.

Kigyós Fruzsina

+36 70 636 7132
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