The Fine Art of
Art Collecting Class
A Peek Behind Closed Doors
Art Collecting Classes with Edward Goldman, art critic for Huffington Post and host of the weekly program, “Art Talk,” on Los Angeles’ largest NPR-affiliated radio station, KCRW
These one-of-a-kind Sessions start Saturdays at 10:30 a.m. and last approximately 5 hours with a break for a catered lunch. We usually meet on the Westside and travel by chartered bus to artist studios, homes of private collectors, gallery exhibitions, and museums to meet with art dealers, artists, and curators to learn more about their exhibitions. The fee is $600 per Class (4 sessions) or $150 per Session. The participants of my Class like to refer to themselves as "Edward's Art Gypsies."
Read the NY Times feature about his Fine Art of Art Collecting Class,“The (Art) World According to Edward Goldman”.
For more information or to reserve your place for the upcoming Spring 2019 Class, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or sign up below.
1. Is the cost of lunch and transportation included in the Session fee?
No, the cost of the catered lunch and transportation by chartered bus is not included in the $150 Session fee. To cover these costs, each participant pays $60 in cash on the day of the Session.
2. Can you tell me in advance what the itinerary will be?
The schedule is in a state of flux until the very last day before a Session, so it's difficult to announce it in advance. Besides, part of our art adventures is the sense of surprise, which helps to keep our minds open.
3. Can I attend part of the Session?
If time or location is a concern, you can come for part of the Session, though you are still expected to pay the full price for the Session.
4. Are children allowed?
Yes, if they already know how to use a fork and knife. Ha...
5. Will you give me a list of the people and places we visited after the Session?
Yes, you will receive a printed list of all names and addresses of galleries, artist studios, museums, and private collectors we may have visited during the Session. When appropriate, I encourage my Art Gypsies to keep in touch with the people we meet.
6. Where do I keep my car?
You can park your car in the parking lot of Bergamot Station. We normally meet at 10:30 a.m. at Bergamot Station Café.
Cancellations & Refunds
The Fine Art of Art Collecting Class understands that emergencies and unplanned cancellations happen. Please make sure to email or phone in a cancellation at least 24 hours before the Session. If you have already paid, we will issue a Credit for the next Session you are able to attend.