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Excellence in Onboard Art Management

Certificate in the Practical Care of Onboard Art Collections.

  • Started Feb 4
  • 295 British pounds
  • London

Service Description

An intensive one day training course delivered by the extremely knowledgeable and well known Art Historian Pandora Mather-Lees. This a fantastic opportunity for any Interior Crew Member, First Officer looking at moving up or indeed Captains that want to learn more. Covering all the risks you can encounter with fine art, design and luxury items coming onboard, resting onboard & leaving the vessel. This is a truly unique course that will broaden your knowledge and you will leave the course with the confidence to deal with different types of art onboard a Superyacht in the correct way. The day includes the following: -Introduction: Purpose and goals -The value of Art and Superyacht Art Owner as Art Collector -Characteristics of Art On Board -Responsibilities of Art with crew members at different levels of hierarchy -Caring of Art On Board: placement of art/preservation/agents of deterioration/conservation cleaning and climate risks -Logistics:Packing/Handling/Shipping/Export/Compliance/Logistics role play & Test -Downtime: Stowage/storage & destination risks & considerations -Security and confidentiality-What not to do -Insurance of works of Art To finish the day there will be a Champagne reception and a chance to Talk with Pandora and ask any questions. The course will run for one day 9-5pm in London(please contact us for location details) Please Note 2 people minimum for the course to run.More dates will be added, please do get in touch with us if these dates don't work for you. If more than 2 people book at once at discount of 10% each will be applied. Contact us for the code.

Upcoming Sessions

Cancellation Policy

To re-schedule please contact us at least one week in advance of booking. To cancel please contact us at least one month in advance of booking.

Contact Details

+ 07766751016

Located in East Devon