What Makes Art Collectable


A discussion of 'What Makes Art Collectable?'

 
DateThursday, March 10, 2016 - 11:30pm

Cost

This is a complimentary event with limited capacity. Please visit the website to RSVP.

Email

events@ocadu.ca

Website

http://6698.thankyou4caring.org/pages/alumni-relations/alumni-association-socials/2016---what-makes-art-collectable

Location

The Spoke Club 600 King St. W, M5V1M3

Join Stephen Ranger, Vice President of Waddington’s, for a discussion on “What Makes Art Collectable.” Focusing on the artwork from OCAD University’s upcoming signature art auction Project 31, Stephen will discuss aesthetic and thematic contemporary art practices and offer his insights into building a personal and meaningful art collection.

Stephen Ranger has held a senior positions in leading auction houses since 1995 and is Vice President of Waddington’s, Canada’s largest fine art auctioneers. In 2011, Stephen founded Concrete Contemporary Auctions and Projects dedicated to building a secondary market for contemporary Canadian art. Stephen pioneered the sale of Fine Wine at auction in Canada and continues to conduct over 25 charitable and fundraising auctions each year. Stephen has been at the podium for OCAD University’s Project 31 since its inception. This is a complimentary event with limited capacity.

DateThursday, March 10, 2016 - 11:30pm

Cost

This is a complimentary event with limited capacity. Please visit the website to RSVP.

Email

events@ocadu.ca

Website

http://6698.thankyou4caring.org/pages/alumni-relations/alumni-association-socials/2016---what-makes-art-collectable

Location

The Spoke Club 600 King St. W, M5V1M3

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What makes art collectible?
Thursday, March 10, 2016 - 11:30pm

Join Stephen Ranger, Vice President of Waddington’s, for a discussion on “What Makes Art Collectable.” Focusing on the artwork from OCAD University’s upcoming signature art auction Project 31, Stephen will discuss aesthetic and thematic contemporary art practices and offer his insights into building a personal and meaningful art collection.

Stephen Ranger has held a senior positions in leading auction houses since 1995 and is Vice President of Waddington’s, Canada’s largest fine art auctioneers. In 2011, Stephen founded Concrete Contemporary Auctions and Projects dedicated to building a secondary market for contemporary Canadian art. Stephen pioneered the sale of Fine Wine at auction in Canada and continues to conduct over 25 charitable and fundraising auctions each year. Stephen has been at the podium for OCAD University’s Project 31 since its inception. This is a complimentary event with limited capacity.

Venue & Address: 
The Spoke Club 600 King St. W, M5V1M3
Website: 
http://6698.thankyou4caring.org/pages/alumni-relations/alumni-association-socials/2016---what-makes-art-collectable
Email: 
events@ocadu.ca
Cost: 
This is a complimentary event with limited capacity. Please visit the website to RSVP.
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