By Edgar Tijhuis

This year, the ARCA Postgraduate Program in Art Crime and Cultural Heritage Protection will be held from May 28 through August 12, 2020 in the beautiful heart of Umbria in Amelia, Italy. In the months leading up to the start of the program, this year’s lecturers will be interviewed. My first interview is with Noah Charney, the founder of ARCA, who will return to Amelia this summer to teach on our program. Noah is having coffee in one of the picturesque old coffee bars in the center of Ljubljana, near the famous Triple Bridge, and is pleased to tell about his plans for the summer.  

To read this complete interview, please visit ARCA’s blog here.