Field Trip | TEFAF New York
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Instructor Katharine Earnhardt, May 10, 2024; 4:00 p.m. – 5:30 p.m. EST. New York
May 10, 2024 4:00 p.m. – 5:30 p.m. EST
New York

Business of Home, in conjunction with Mason Lane Art Advisory, is excited to offer a field trip intended for anyone interested in growing professionally and personally by learning more about art. On May 10, join us for a curated tour of the world’s most reputable art fair, The European Fine Art Foundation (TEFAF), at the Park Avenue Armory in New York. Using art as a prompt for discussions about self-identity, motivation, creativity and career development, Mason Lane founder Katharine Earnhardt will shed light on the mindset behind the making, appreciation and collection of art, sharing insights on how we can use that knowledge to improve the way we live, work and achieve our own goals. The tour will conclude with a short reception where attendees can further connect with Earnhardt, the team at BOH, TEFAF organizers and fellow BOH Insiders. At the close of this engaging experience, visitors will leave feeling informed and inspired, gifted with a greater understanding of the art market.

Limited spots available, so reserve yours today.

BOH Field Trips are available exclusively to BOH Insiders

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Katharine Earnhardt developed an in-depth knowledge of the art market and an aptitude for refining client taste through 15 years of experience in the New York and London art worlds. She has worked at notable institutions including the Museum of Modern Art, Christie’s and Gurr Johns, and conducted extensive research on art valuation and investment. She regularly speaks, conducts webinars and leads classes on the art industry, educating designers and other creative professionals about sourcing and acquiring art. Known for her approachability, transparency and discerning eye, Earnhardt instills trust and confidence in her clients and industry colleagues. She has a dual degree in art history and economics from Williams College and a master’s in art business from Sotheby’s Institute of Art. Outside of her career, she takes pride in preserving quality time with her two girls and her husband, starting a local community service class for children, and being unexpectedly outdoorsy.