Event Recap: Inside the Collector's Mind: What Every Photographer Needs to Know

This seminar is geared to photographers who would like to learn more about how collectors think, buy and build their collections. It will also be of interest to photographers who either show – or would like to show – with a gallery as it relates to how dealers work with collectors. (Note: It is not a seminar that will focus on how to find a dealer, nor how dealers work with photographers.)

2 Sessions remain:

Sat Oct 19th Midtown gallery visits 2-5 pm
Includes an in-depth behind-the-scenes look at how photography galleries work.
Tues Oct 29th Visit to private collection 6-8pm 
Includes cocktails and discussion with ‘host dealers’ and other special guests.

This fact-filled seminar is perfect for those photographers looking to learn the dynamics of the photography marketplace, and provides the perspective of a long-standing collector, well respected in the field.

Remaining dates:
Sat Oct 19th Midtown gallery visits 2-5pm
Tues Oct 29th Visit to private collection 6-8pm

Alice S. Zimet began to collect photography in 1985, and her collection of roughly 200 images includes 20th Century masters up to the present. Alice is a member of the Collections Committee of the Harvard Art Museum, sits on the board of the Magnum Foundation and is a member of the International Center of Photography’s (ICP) Acquisitions Committee.

Alice began her career in the museum world, first as an intern at ICP then worked at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. She later ran the worldwide Cultural Affairs programs for The Chase Manhattan Bank during the 1980s and 1990s. Today, Alice is the president of Arts + Business Partners, a consulting group that specializes in corporate sponsorship: www.artsandbusinesspartners.com. Alice has a BA (Syracuse University) and MA (NYU’s Institute of Fine Arts) in Art History and is an Adjunct Professor at NYU’s Graduate Program in Arts Administration. She teaches Collecting Photography classes at ICP, the Camera Club of NY and at museums across the United States.

Cost: $285 for PWP Members $335 for Non-Memebers (prorated for people wishing to attend the remaining 2 sessions)
Maximum Class Size: 15 (PWP will repeat the workshop if it
is sold out.) 

Contact: development@pwponline.org for information.