Fine art makes up a highly variable piece of household net worth for families that collect art, work in the arts industry, or own fine art for investment purposes.
But is it an investment? If it's an investment, how should we compare it to other investments you could make? How does it perform as an investment? What strategies are available in wealth management for households that own art?
I'll be discussing these topics, as well as perspectives on "art funds," how to get started in collecting or investing in art, and what are appropriate amounts of money to commit to buying art (and what that amount can actually buy).
My first job out of college was selling my own artwork. I continued to do that for many years. My second job (and 3rd, 4th, 5th, so on) was working in art stores and selling at art fairs for artisans and artists in New York City. I've been a Financial Planner since 2013, and this topic is near and dear to me, with art & investing being my two interests and professional backgrounds.
This is a free class for anyone who wants to hear about art. I've had requests to host it on zoom, so that's where it'll be on October 20th at 6 PM Pacific time.
Tickets for Art & Wealth Management - How Fine Art Works in a Wealth Strategy can be booked here.
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