Activities organised by UM during The European Fine Art Fair

During TEFAF

From 11 to 19 March, The European Fine Art Fair (TEFAF) will take place in Maastricht. Some 270 galleries from more than 20 countries will present prestigious works of art.

TEFAF is not only visited by art dealers from all over the world, but also has a magnetic attraction for art lovers, academics and students who have an interest in the artworks on display as well as the art world.

During TEFAF, UM is organising the following events this year:

  • Thursday 9 March, during the TEFAF Preview Day
    Information about the Executive Master in Cultural Leadership (EMCL), a master's offered by Maastricht University in collaboration with the Royal Academy of Arts in London. Prospective students can talk to the programme director between 12 and 1pm at the Chapeau/Maastricht Region stand.
      The Preview Day can be attended by invitation only.
     
  • Friday 10 March
    Information about the Executive Master in Cultural Leadership in collaboration with the Royal Academy of Arts. Meet the programme director between 3pm and 4pm at the Chapeau/Maastricht Region stand.
     
  • Saturday 11 March
    EMCL Cohort 4 talks about arts business and cultural management. Get to know the Executive Master in Cultural Leadership and engage with the programme manager and/or programme director between 5.30pm and 6.30pm. Students of this master will also be present and happy to tell more about its content.
    This presentation will take place in the Chapeau/Maastricht Region stand. 
     
  • Sunday 12 March
    EMCL Cohort 4 speaks on arts business and cultural management. Get to know the Executive Master in Cultural Leadership and meet the programme manager and/or programme director between 17:30 and 18:30. Students of this master will also be present and happy to tell more about its content.
    This presentation will take place in the Chapeau/Maastricht Region stand.
     
  • Monday 13 March
    Meet students from the Executive Master in Cultural Leadership and interact with the programme manager and/or programme director between 11.30-13.00 at the Chapeau/Maastricht Region stand.
     
  • Thursday 16 March
    Studium Generale, together with UM curator Barbara Strating, is organising a lecture entitled: "The future of the past: heritage and climate".
     Click here for more information.
     
  • Sunday 19 March and Monday 20 March
    The Maastricht Centre for Arts and Culture, Conservation and Heritage (MACCH) organises a conference on "Provenance, restitution and return" from 19 and 20 March.
     Click here to see the complete programme and how to sign up.

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