Event InformationDate and time: Thursday, January 5, 2022. 6:00 PM – 7:00 PM GMT
Join us live on Zoom for a closer look at the new London course offerings in our professional portfolio.
About this event
We’re here to answer all your questions about our professional course offerings at Sotheby's Institute of Art's in London. Join us on Thursday, January 5, 2023, for a virtual information session on Zoom where we’ll be giving you the inside scoop on the full range of London course offerings in our professional portfolio that will be offered in Spring 2023.
This session will be led by Jeffrey Boloten, the Course Leader of our professional course offerings in London. He will be joined by Flavia Frigeri, course instructor for Contemporary Art, as well as our London Semester Program alumnus, Diego Ibarra Garcia.
This session will feature:
- Highlights of living and learning in London
- Curriculum Overview
- Exploring a typical week in the program
- Live Q & A
If you have any questions about this session or the London Courses, please contact our admissions team at: email@example.com
Jeffrey Boloten is Co-Founder and Managing Director of ArtInsight Ltd., the education partner of art market research firm, ArtTactic. He was a director with several leading international publishers, including Penguin Books, and has held posts at the Tate and as General Manager of a London art college. Boloten is a frequent speaker and lecturer at international art fairs and conferences on topics including the global art, photography, and art investment markets. He is a Founding Member of PAIAM, Professional Advisors to the International Art Market, and is on the Advisory Board of the Photo Shanghai Art Fair.
Dr. Flavia Frigeri is an art historian and curator, focusing on post-war Italian art, feminism, exhibition histories and pop art. In September 2020 she joined the National Portrait Gallery in the capacity of curator; leading on a three-year research project with a particular emphasis on female artists and sitters. Previously she worked at Tate Modern, where she co-curated The World Goes Pop (2015) and was responsible for Henri Matisse: The Cut-Outs (2014), Paul Klee: Making Visible (2013) and Ruins in Reverse (2013).