Collectors spend many years passionately creating and developing valuable collections; from antique watches, china and jewelry to woven rugs and contemporary art.
What many collectors do not realize is that their treasures can also be a substantial asset in terms of their estate.
Join us at The Print Center where a panel of experts will discuss the personal, legal and financial aspects of collections, as well as the potential benefits of charitable contributions as part of estate and legacy planning.
Managing Director, Charitable Planning Consultant, Schwab Charitable
National Gallery of Art Curator, (1980 - 2012); organizer of The Dorothy and Herbert Vogel Fifty Gifts for Fifty States project; Chair, Roy Lichtenstein Foundation
CFP(r) Vice President, Financial Planner and Client Advisor, 1919 Investment Counsel
Donald M. Millinger
Senior Advisor, Philadelphia Contemporary; Former Vice President & General Counsel, GCAM/Global Cultural Asset Management, New York; Former Special Counsel, Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum
Robert J. Morrison
Board of Governors, The Print Center, art collector and author with Rockefeller Philanthropy Advisors of The Fine Art of Tangible Assets
Head of Department, Appraisals; Head of Department, Trusts & Estates; Vice-President, Freeman's
5:30pm - Registration
6:00pm - Panel Discussion and Questions
7:00pm - Cocktail Reception and Networking
Please RSVP by November 3, 2017
to Mikaela Hawk at firstname.lastname@example.org or 215.735.6090 x1