We are delighted to partner with GFAA in its mission to bring art and education to the legal and non-legal community. As an international law firm with significant depth and breadth in the fine art and cultural property space, and related areas, there was a clear synergy in working with GFAA.
NEW YORK (PRWEB)
January 23, 2018
This event will be held on March 8, 2018 at the New York headquarters of K&L Gates. The first of three panels will address the impact of crypto currency in art market purchases. The second two amplify the ideals of two new GFAA Awards: Global Planet and Global Humanity, by highlighting the evolving role of art in reflecting and informing critical issues in social and human development to foster greater social cohesion, inclusion, and empathy and deepening understanding about our natural environment and its sustainability.
These panels are planned in conjunction with the 4th Annual Global Fine Art Awards Ceremony and Gala taking place later that evening. Invited guests include supporters of the GFAA program, ticket holders of the GFAA Award Ceremony, and practicing attorneys. The program will offer CLE credit for attorneys as well.
The three session moderators are members of the GFAA Executive Committee: Judy Holm, GFAA Founder & President; Desiree Moore, GFAA Young Visionaries Chair and Partner at K&L Gates LLP; Dean Phelus, GFAA Judge and Senior Director of Leadership Programs at the American Alliance of Museums(AAM).
K&L Gates, ranked among the Top 20 Global Firms for the past seven years, will sponsor this series of panel discussions in support of the mission of…