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Global Open House at Sotheby’s Institute of Art

Global Open House in New York

Sotheby’s Institute of Art
March 22–23, 2013

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Sotheby’s Institute of Art is the Graduate School of Art and Its Markets with academic centers in the cultural capitals of London, New York and Los Angeles. The Institute is now accepting applications for all Master’s Degree programmes including:

London
Art Business
Contemporary Art
Fine and Decorative Art
East Asian Art
Contemporary Design
Photography

New York
Art Business
Contemporary Art
American Fine and Decorative Art

Los Angeles
Art Business*

*The MA in Art Business in Los Angeles is offered in partnership with Claremont Graduate University and the Drucker School of Business.

Learn More about our MA Programmes >

Save the date: March 22–23, 2013

All MA applicants are invited to attend our Global Open House in New York City on March 22 & 23 to learn more about Sotheby’s Institute of Art and our campuses and programs in London, New York and Los Angeles. This is your chance to learn first-hand about the Sotheby’s Institute experience by speaking one-on-one with programme directors, faculty, students and alumni, as well as attending classes and special lectures, visiting Sotheby’s Auction House, and participating in art-world events. Students who are interested in attending one of our MA programmes are encouraged to participate in Global Open House, including those who are in the process of applying, have already applied or have already been accepted. There will be special sessions held for fully applied and accepted students.

Contact Us
For more information about Global Open House or to RSVP, contact Jessica Patterson, Assistant Director of Enrollment and Alumni at j.patterson@sothebysinstitute.com. 

For general admissions questions, please contact admissions@sothebysinstitute.com.

About Sotheby’s Institute of Art
Sotheby’s Institute of Art is the Graduate School of Art and its Markets with campuses in the cultural capitals of London, New York and Los Angeles and a range of online offerings. Originally conceived as a training program for connoisseurship by Sotheby’s Auction House in 1969, Sotheby’s Institute has pioneered the education of arts professionals and is today one of the most prestigious degree-granting institutions of its kind. The Institute has more than 6000 alumni worldwide who hold top positions in all facets of the international art world. For more information visit sothebysinstitute.com.