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Truffle Talks

Truffle Talks is our interdisciplinary series of purely webinars that compliment the themes of our Thought Leadership engagements. Truffle Talks are 45 minute interview-presentations with a single guest that allow us to dive deep into a single, focused topic.  Take a look at our offering, if you want to be inspired to think “out of the box”.  

Image is Everything: The Power of Installations Series

February 16 (Wed), 2022: 19-20 Uhr CET
6pm–7pm GMT, 1pm-2pm EST, 10am-11am PST
Am I My Brother’s Keeper?
Speaker: Kate Daudy, UK Multi-Media Artist, Named as one of the top 1,000 most influential people in the UK by the Evening Standard, Named by Louis Vuitton has one of the 200 visionaries who define our age

February 9 (Wed), 2022: 19-20 Uhr CET
6pm–7pm GMT, 1pm-2pm EST, 10am-11am PST
The Choreography of Participation
Speaker: Dr. María Magdalena Campos-Pons, Internationally Renowned Artist, Cornelius Vanderbilt Endowed Chair of Fine Arts, founder of Intermittent Rivers, a Biennial Project in Matanzas, Cuba, and founder for the Engine for Art Democracy and Justice (EADJ), a trans-institutional initiative with Vanderbilt University, Fisk University, Frist Art Museum, and Millions of Conversations

February 2 (Wed), 2022: 19-20 Uhr CET
6pm–7pm GMT, 1pm-2pm EST, 10am-11am PST
Art in Architecture
Speaker: Kate Sweeney,, Founder and Director, Perspective

Never Again? Series

The Never Again? Series focus is to discuss whether or not humanity has learned from the human rights violations and specific genocides in history. Additionally, the discussions will also address how the specific period is addressed/taught by educators and educational departments at memorials and if the learning curve is contributing more understanding so these tragedies become less over time.

January 26 (Wed), 2022: 19-20 Uhr CET
6pm–7pm GMT, 1pm-2pm EST, 10am-11am PST
WWII Incarceration of Japanese Americans in the United States at Heart Mountain
Speaker: Dakota Russell, Executive Director-Heart Mountain Interpretive Center

January 19 (Wed), 2022: 19-20 Uhr CET
6pm–7pm GMT, 1pm-2pm EST, 10am-11am PST
Anti-Blackness & Ethnic Cleansing: Legacies of ‘El Corte’ in the Dominican Republic and Haiti
Speaker: Prof. Gretchen Selcke, Vanderbilt University-Center for Latin American, Caribbean, and Latinx Studies

January 12 (Wed), 2022: 19-20 Uhr CET
6pm–7pm GMT, 1pm-2pm EST, 10am-11am PST
Holocaust Narratives in Polish Historical Museums: Early Post-War Years Until Today
Speaker: Krzysztof Banach, Former Head of the Exhibition Department at the State Museum at Majdanek

December 1 (Wed), 2021: 19-20 Uhr CET
6pm–7pm GMT, 1pm-2pm EST, 10am-11am PST
On the meaning of “Never Again” in 2021 – Dealing with the Past in Dachau and Beyond
Speaker: Steffen Jost, Former Director of Education, Dachau Concentration Camp Memorial/ Current Program Director at the Alfred Landecker Foundation

April 14 (Wed), 2021: 19-20 Uhr CET
6pm–7pm GMT, 1pm-2pm EST, 10am-11am PST
Book Preview: I Had No Idea You Were Black
Speaker: Dr. Ronald A. Crutcher, President University of Richmond

Truffle Talks in cooperation with ART-Campus is an event designed for deeper patron and advisor education regarding responsible selection, maintenance and ownership within the broader spectrum of the fine arts.  Hence, the term, arts-campus highlighting, as at a university the varied “majors”, falling under the title of a campus. The event is designed for investment advisors, family offices, museum directors, institutional investors, patrons, foundations, asset allocators that are engaged on both the buy and sell side of the fine arts.  Focus is on quality guests that are interested in engagement and discussion and not primarily for networking.  Quality, not quantity.

April 14 (Wed), 2021: 19-20 Uhr CET
6pm–7pm GMT, 1pm-2pm EST, 10am-11am PST
Book Preview: I Had No Idea You Were Black
Speaker: Dr. Ronald A. Crutcher, President University of Richmond

March 24 (Wed), 2021: 19-20 Uhr CET
6pm–7pm GMT, 1pm-2pm EST, 10am-11am PST
The Re-Discovery of Art & Artists
Case Study Featuring: The Art of John Vere-Hodge
Speaker: Lauren Farrington, Art Historian and Provenance Researcher

January 27 (Wed), 2021: 19-20 Uhr CET
6pm–7pm GMT, 1pm-2pm EST, 10am-11am PST
Western Art
Speaker: Mike Overby, Auction Partner of the Coeur d’Alene Art Auction

Truffle Talks in cooperation with A Talk with America is a series of discussions about the role of America in the world and the current political environment. Without America, it is impossible to discuss the environment, international security, and or trade.  Discussions are inter-disciplinary but always with a financial aspect. Join us for an inside view, a different view or maybe even a birds-eye view.

April 21 (Wed), 2021: 19-20 Uhr CET
6pm–7pm GMT, 1pm-2pm EST, 10am-11am PST
American Political Parties at a Crossroads
Speaker: Katie Packer-Beeson, Deputy Campaign Manager for Mitt Romney‘s 2012 US Presidential campaign

April 14 (Wed), 2021: 19-20 Uhr CET
6pm–7pm GMT, 1pm-2pm EST, 10am-11am PST
Book Preview: I Had No Idea You Were Black
Speaker: Dr. Ronald A. Crutcher, President University of Richmond

March 25 (Thu), 2021: 7:00 PM – 8:00 PM CET
6pm–7pm GMT, 1pm-2pm EST, 10am-11am PST
The Gigantic Boiler: The American Economy as a Source of Influence.
Speaker: Dr. Louise Tumchewics, Senior Research Fellow at the British Army’s Centre for Historical Analysis and Conflict Research (CHACR)

March 17 (Wed), 2021: 19-20 Uhr CET
6pm–7pm GMT, 1pm-2pm EST, 10am-11am PST
The Strategic Sovereignty of America
Speaker: Dr. Jackson Janes, President Emeritus, AICGS & Senior Fellow, German Marshall Fund of US

In cooperation with the Animation Summit, Truffle Talks organizes a bi-annual summit in two creative hubs of the world: LA and Berlin. The conference’s focus is to broaden the understanding of animation as an asset class. Additionally, the summit serves as a non-sales, industry exchange about the issues affecting animation and the potential impact animation can play in shaping the world’s challenges.

February 22 (Mon) & 23 (Tue), 2021: 17:30-21:00 Uhr (CET )
8:30am-12noon (PST)
Animated Entertainment as a Tool for Environmental Action

The monthly series provides a detailed look into the entertainment industry with case studies including but not limited to project financing to the environmental educational impact of animation… and beyond.  Understanding the BUSINESS behind Entertainment.

March 17, 2021:
The Rise of Netflix and the Global Streaming Markets
February 10, 2021
Animation Financing 101 – Giving Equity the Upper Hand

January 20, 2021
Entertainment Forecast 2021: Trends & Numbers

December 16, 2020:
The Impact of Environmental Animation

November 17, 2020
Animation Investment 101 – Generating Recurring Revenues

Truffle Talks in cooperation with TRUFFLE is an annual discussion at the intersection between the financial markets and politics of critical issues facing the world today. A Thought Leadership event where COMPLEX TOPICS and RESPECTFUL DISCUSSION are the foundation behind each program. Our guests include, but are not limited to: institutional investors, treasury, pension funds, family offices and anyone that wants to be challenged to think “outside the box”.

March 9 (Tue), 2021: 9-12 Uhr CET
March 9 (Tue), 2021: 9-12 Uhr CET
March 10 (Wed), 2021: 9-12 Uhr CET
The Global Balancing Act:
Population Growth vs. Dwindling Resources

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