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What Is It Worth? An Introductory Workshop on Appraisal and Valuation

Thursday, Nov. 3, 2022 | 9:30 a.m. - Friday, Nov. 4, 2022 | 3 p.m.

    Location
  • The Wellness Center Kitchen at Read Hall

Appraisal Workshop AUC Art Collective

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The work of an Appraiser is integral to all object-based career pathways. Art Historians, Curators, Gallerists, Historians and beyond, must understand how art and objects derive their value and how value is determined. Relatedly, pursuing a career as an Appraiser offers exciting ways to engage a variety of skill sets and interests.

During this introductory workshop, participants will learn from a leading appraiser of the International Society of Appraisers, Genice Lee.

Ms. Lee will introduce and answer questions on topics such as:

• How to conduct object research

• How an object’s condition relates to its value

• How value is tracked and recorded

• How valuation varies depending on the object or media

• The evolution of the appraisal industry

Participants will also learn about the International Society of Appraiser's Winter 2023 online Core Course in Appraisal Studies, for which six students will receive a full tuition scholarship to complete.

Roy Lichtenstein Foundation Post-Baccalaureate Fellowship

AUC Art History and Curatorial Studies NewsThe Roy Lichtenstein Foundation Post-Baccalaureate Fellowship in Museum Professions is an initiative of the Atlanta University Center Art History + Curatorial Studies Collective at Spelman College. Established in 2021 with a grant from the Roy Lichtenstein Foundation, two fellowships will support new and recent graduates of Clark Atlanta University, Morehouse College and Spelman College pursuing art museum careers.    

These paid two-year fellowships are an essential component in preparing African American early career museum professionals seeking a variety of art museum professions, including but not limited to work in Art Conservation, Development, Exhibition Management and Marketing & Public Relations. During the two-year fellowship period, the first year will be spent at a major US art museum and the second year will be spent at a Historically Black College / University Museum.

Professional Development is an integral component of the fellowship. Fellows will be assigned mentors for the duration of the fellowship and will have access to funds for research, travel, and professional development initiatives. By the end of the fellowship period, fellows will be prepared to enter full-time Museum careers or graduate degree programs.

THE FELLOWSHIP EXPERIENCE

The 2022-2024 fellowship partners include the High Museum of Art, The Clark Atlanta University Art Museum & the Spelman College Museum of Fine Art in Atlanta, GA

The inaugural 2022-2024 Fellowship will place two students in the following full-time positions: 

  • Fellowship 1: The High Museum of Art: Exhibitions Management (September 6, 2022 – June 30, 2023) and the Clark Atlanta University Art Museum: Collections Management (August 8, 2023  – June 28, 2024)
  • Fellowship 2: The High Museum of Art: Foundations and Government Support (September 6, 2022 – June 30, 2023) and the Spelman College Museum of Fine Art: Collections Management (August 8, 2023 – June 28, 2024)

Compensation

  • Starting Salary: $42,000 / per fellowship period, plus benefits
  • Research & travel allowance: $10,000+ / for the two-year fellowship

Eligibility: 

  • May 2022, May 2021 or May 2020 graduates of Clark Atlanta University, Morehouse College or Spelman College may apply. Bachelor’s degree program graduates only
  • Preference will be given to graduates of the Atlanta University Center Art History + Curatorial Studies Collective Programs (i.e., Art History majors, Art History minors or Curatorial Studies minors from any of the eligible AUC schools listed above)
  • While previous museum work is not required, previous coursework and work experience (including internships) are highly recommended as they relate to the position. Applicants must demonstrate how their background has led them to pursue a career in art museums 
  • Fellows must be available to work full-time during the fellowship period in Atlanta, GA
  • Finalists must complete an application for hire through Human Resources at Spelman College

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The Study of Art History & Curatorial Studies

The AUC Art History + Curatorial Studies Collective offers future art historians, curators, museum professionals and those pursuing a career in the visual arts the opportunity to study curating and the history of art at the historic Atlanta University Center. The AUC Art History + Curatorial Studies Collective enrolls students from Clark Atlanta UniversityMorehouse College and Spelman College, desiring degrees in art history and curatorial studies. In addition, the Early College Program for high school students encourages participants to pursue undergraduate studies in art history and curatorial studies.


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Contact Us

Dr. Cheryl Finley
Director
404-270-5333

Rachel Brown
Program Manager
404-270-5449
rachel.brown@spelman.edu

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