FAE Educational Seminar

FAE Educational Seminar 

September 7-8, 2018

Hosted by Quinn’s Auction Galleries

Falls Church, Virginia

We look forward to seeing you at this year’s FAE Educational Seminar held at Quinn’s Auction Galleries. in Falls Church, Virginia on September 7-8, 2018. Appraisers, scholars, students, and collectors will enjoy a diverse group of presentations* by experts and professionals. 


Seminar Speakers:

A Discussion on Tribal Art by JOHN BUXTON, Arttrak & Shango Galleries


The Anatomy of an Appraisal by LEILA DUNBAR, Leila Dunbar Appraisals


Detecting Furniture Fakes by DR. OSCAR FITZGERALD, George Washington University / Smithsonian Associates


An Affair with Beauty: The Mystique of Howard Chandler Christy 



Provenance and Challenges in the Chinese Middle Markets by MOLLY HUANG, Director of Asian Art at Quinn’s Auction Galleries


Chinese Snuff Bottles: A Guide for Appraisers by SUSAN LAHEY, Eastern Art Consultants


Demonstration of Gold and Ornamental Application on Frames

by CHARLES RHODES, Golden Rhodes Frame Conservation


Neglected Art: Self Taught, Outsider and Folk by MARCIA WEBER, 

Marcia Weber Art Objects


Museum Panel Discussion on Donations

KAREN AVERY, Former Smithsonian American Art Museum

KAREN WAWRZASZEK, Rockefeller Capital Management

Additional panelists to be announced.


A Dialogue on Cultural Property Challenges

Panelists to be announced. 


Schedule is subject to change and may include additional speakers. This list is in alpha order.

Earn Credits

Don’t forget that you can earn 12 International Society of Appraisers Professional Development Credits for full participation in the seminar. 

How to Register:

The registration fee for the Seminar is $395 for the full two days. If only attending one day, the fee is $200. Payment can be made following the PayPal link on the FAE website. Click here to be directly sent to Seminar Registration.

See the ISA website for registration for Advanced Appraisal Methodology and 7 Hour Personal Property USPAP



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