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2014 / 10 / 22  【Workshop1- Creative City】10/28 10:00am-12:00pm_cancellation notification
We regret to inform the cancellation of the 【Workshop1.- Creative City】(Oct.28, 10:00 am-12:00 pm)
Other sessions will be held as scheduled. We apologize for any inconvenience caused and your consideration will be very much appreciated.
2014 / 09 / 12   Climate Change and Disaster: Art Industry Action Plan for Prevention/Recovery
Recent increases in climate abnormalities and extreme weather occurrences have inflicted greater losses on economic activities. Prevention and contingency for the art industry has become ever more important. Dr. Wenko Hsu, who has dedicated many years to evaluating catastrophe risk, designing natural disaster insurance plans, other relevant research, and education at the Disaster Management Society of Taiwan and the
Research Center for Hazard Mitigation & Prevention at National Central University will be analyzing the disaster risks for Taiwan and the entire Asia-Pacific Region. Taiwan is especially susceptible to natural disasters due to its geographical location and young geological formations. Extreme climate raises the frequency and scale of natural disaster, affecting all economic systems. Dr. Hsu will further discuss contingency plans and remedial actions in terms of the visual arts industry.
2014 / 09 / 03  Special Thanks to National Taiwan Normal University
Taipei Art Economy Research Centre (TAERC) devotes into developing the concept of Art Economy Initiatives (AEIs) by collaborating with global top universities and research institutes, which help to investigate and analyze economic activities in the field of visual art. Sincerely thanks to Nation Taiwan Normal University, College of Management for co-organizing the 2014 International Conference on Art Economy Initiatives.
2014 / 09 / 03  Special Thanks to University of Maastricht
Taipei Art Economy Research Centre (TAERC) devotes into developing the concept of Art Economy Initiatives (AEIs) by collaborating with global top universities and research institutes, which help to investigate and analyze economic activities in the field of visual art.Sincerely thanks to University of Maastricht, The Netherlands for co-organizing the 2014 International Conference on Art Economy Initiatives.
2014 / 09 / 03  Economic Impacts and Risk Management: A Case Study from Hurricane Sandy
Art insurance companies faced an unprecedented disbursement at the end of 2012. They had to cover $500 million in losses suffered by art galleries. As the global climate changes and extreme weather occurrences increase, art insurance becomes ever more crucial.Using Hurricane Sandy as an example, AXA ART Asia District General Manager Jennifer Scally will propose the idea of economic loss reports in the art
industry and analyze the potential threats climate abnormalities may have on art and the art market. She will also talk about the concept of sound risk management and considerations of disaster claims, to provide lessons the domestic visual art industry can draw from. This session will be moderated by Emily Chao, director of Eslite Gallery. With their experience and unique insights, Ms. Chao and Ms. Scally will be able to share the increasingly important yet often overlooked concepts of art insurance.

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