ARCA is accepting applications for its postgraduate certificate program in the study of art crime and cultural heritage protection
The Association for Research into Crimes against Art warmly invites applications to its 9th annual postgraduate certificate program in the study of art crime and cultural heritage protection. Held in Italy, this summer-long interdisciplinary professional program provides students with in-depth, postgraduate-level…Continue
The Road to Recovery – DGAM in Syria Issues Initial Statement Regarding its Plans for Palmyra
This evening the Directorate General of Antiquities and Museums in Syria issued a statement about their intent and vision for Palmyra and sent a copy to ARCA for dissemination. This document can be read in its entirety here: http://www.artcrimeresearch.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/04/Resurruction-of-Palmyra.pdfContinue
ARCA is accepting applications for its 2016 Postgraduate Certificate Program in Art Crime and Cultural Heritage Protection
Applications are now being accepted for the Association for Research into Crimes against Art (ARCA) 2016 Postgraduate Certificate Program in Art Crime and Cultural Heritage Protection Studies through March 30, 2016 subject to space limitations. To receive a copy of…Continue
Interdisciplinary Art Crime Conference in Italy
The Association for Research into Crimes against Art (ARCA) will be holding its 8th annual interdisciplinary conference on Art Crime in Amelia, Italy the weekend of June 24-26, 2016. For information about presenting and/registration please see this page.Continue
ARCA Professor Judge Arthur Tompkins interviewed on New Zealand’s National Radio on the subject of art crime.
Arthur Tompkins Art Crime interview 7 March 2013Continue
ARCA Professor Judge Arthur Tompkins interviewed in Sunday Magazine in New Zealand.
Waikato-based Judge Arthur Tompkins speaks on international art theft in New Zealand’s Sunday Magazine.Continue