Before M2M

Presentation at Gemeente Maastricht

January 30, 2018

On January 30, 2018 Rachel and Anouk went to the ‘kennismiddag’ (knowledge afternoon) of the Gemeente Maastricht to present results from the Mapping Maastricht study. The participants gave some great feedback to incorporate in the final report on the study, which will be published this March.

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Presentation during seminar “Exploring Fashion Capitals in the Long Twentieth Century”

December 8, 2017

On December 7 and 8, Anouk attended and presented at the two-day semiar “Exploring Fashion Capitals in the Long Twentieth Century” hosted by Erasmus University. A very diverse collection of research was presented here, all around the topic of fashion. Anouk presented pre-liminary results on our Mapping Maastricht study, specifically on the cultural and creative […]

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Presentation during “Trending Now” at RGS in London

August 30, 2017

On August 30th, 2017 Anouk presented the preliminary results of our research on cultural and creative industries in peripheral areas. This is a pre-study for the Mapping Maastricht report which will be presented in March 2018. The conference was organised by and hosted at the Royal Geographical Society and the session Anouk presented in was […]

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Research presentations CFE-CMStatistics 2016

December 8, 2016

On 8 and 9 December 2016, Made2Measure’s Marina Gertsberg and Anouk Duivenvoorden went to Seville to present two research projects at the CFE-CMStatistics conference. This conference is organized by the ERCIM Working Group on Computational and Methodological Statistics (CMStatistics), University of Seville, Queen Mary University of London and Birkbeck University of London. The new journal […]

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NWFashion Conference 2016

November 24, 2016

On Thursday November 24th, 2016 Anouk attended the 4th NWFashion Conference in Antwerp. Officially called the Non-Western Fashion Conference, part of the event was focused around the development of Non-Western Fashion. The main theme of the conference, however, was to  explore the contribution of small and medium fashion companies to the sustainable development of their […]

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Poster Presentation 19th International Conference on Cultural Economics

June 24, 2016

On Friday 24th of June 2016, Marina Gertsberg and Anouk Duivenvoorden presented a poster of the Made2Measure project during the 19th Conference on Cultural Economics (ACEI 2016) in Valladolid. This poster session was meant for local research within cultural economics. Marina and Anouk presented the projects which fall under Made2Measure. If you would like to have […]

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Deloitte Art & Finance Conference 2016

April 24, 2016

On Thursday April 24th, 2016, Professor Rachel Pownall was part of the 9th Art & Finance Conference hosted in Amsterdam by Deloitte Luxemburg. This year’s conference was organised together with the Van Gogh museum and focused on Fine Art collectors’ needs and how they can add value to their art collections. Professor Pownall was invited to share […]

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Common Knowledge #26

March 22, 2016

On Tuesday March 22nd, 2016 Rachel Pownall and Anouk Duivenvoorden were part of the discussion panel during Common Knowledge #26: Subsidizing Culture, how to measure the return of the investment? Common Knowledge is a monthly series that offers a space of exchange for ideas, knowledge and experience supporting  cultural entrepreneurship. It connects professionals in the creative sector, and […]

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Paper presentation MACCH Annual Conference 2016

March 18, 2016

On Friday March 18th, 2016, Marina Gertsberg presented during the MACCH Annual Conference 2016. This year’s conference was themed Fair and Just Practices: Art and heritage worlds from the perspectives of markets and law.  Marina presented her paper on acquisition strategies of art dealers in London-based auctions during 1765-1913 during the first panel session on Prices and Regulations. This […]

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Inauguration Professor Rachel A. J. Pownall

March 18, 2016

On Friday, March 18th, Rachel Pownall’s inaugural lecture for Maastricht University took place at the Minderbroedersberg. Rachel already was professor at TIAS business school, where she holds the art & finance chair. Her inaugural lecture for TIAS, an affiliation of Tilburg University, can be found here. Rachel’s inaugural in Maastricht took place during the MACCH Annual […]

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Conference – What’s Next? The Future of the Fashion Industry

March 10, 2016

On Thursday March 10th, 2016, Anouk visited the conference What’s Next? The Future of the Fashion Industry at Het Nieuwe Instituut in Rotterdam. The conference’s aim was to map today’s practice and challenges of the fashion industry. This topic covers the whole value chain, from design to production and distribution. During the day, a number of industry experts […]

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Paper presentation SEA 2015

November 21, 2015

On November 21st, 2015, Marina had the chance to present at the 2015 meeting of the Southern Economics Association (SEA). The SEA is one of the oldest Economics Associations in the US and has been publishing the Southern Economics Journal since 1933. Marina presented her paper Acquisition Strategies of Art Dealers during the session hosted […]

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Institute of Cultural Capital 5th Anniversary Symposium

November 10, 2015

The Institute of Cultural Capital (ICC) in is a strategic collaboration between the University of Liverpool and Liverpool John Moores University in the UK. They conduct collaborative and interdisciplinary research that critically examines the role and value of cultural interventions in urban environments, from grassroots initiatives to large-scale cultural events and festivals The ICC’s director, Professor Simeon […]

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Consortium in Research on Emotional Finance – 2015

May 15, 2015

This event was organized by Rachel in collaboration with the Financial Management Association (FMA) and was held in New York in May 2015. The event centered around the theme ‘Emotional Finance’. The programme consisted two sessions, one discussing several papers and the other hosting a panel, and a closing keynote. Three papers around the topic ‘Behavioural Finance’ were discussed […]

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KvK Mix & Match: Research, Knowledge and Money

April 20, 2015

On April 20th, 2015, Anouk visited the Mix & Match activity of the Dutch Chamber of Commerce. They offer multiple networking events to stimulate crossovers between the creative industry and other industries within the Netherlands. This event was aimed at a combination between creative industry and research. The first half of the day was filled […]

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Art Markets Symposium Luxembourg – 2014

September 17, 2014

The 8th Art Markets Symposium was the first one not hosted in conjunction with an art fair. It was held in Luxembourg as a collaboration between Maastricht University, TIAS Business School and Deloitte Luxembourg. This year’s symposium discussed all things related to ‘Understanding Art Value’. At the end of two sessions discussing different research papers, participants […]

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Art Markets Symposium Maastricht – 2013

March 14, 2013

The 7th Art Markets Symposium return to Maastricht and took place during TEFAF 2013. It was again hosted in collaboration with Maastricht University and Deloitte Luxembourg. The programme was centered around the theme ‘Art & Emotions’ with papers like ‘Inside the head of a collector: Emotions at Work’ by Shirley Mueller. Full programme: Art Market […]

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Museum visit

Art Markets Symposium Basel – 2012

June 14, 2012

The 6th Art Markets Symposium was again hosted in collaboration with Maastricht University and Deloitte Luxembourg, this time during Art Basel in Basel. This year, the symposium lasted one day which was filled with prominent figures in the art finance / art economics field. Six papers were presented, all discussed by fellow researchers and participants. Full […]

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Art Markets Symposium Miami – 2011

December 1, 2011

The 2011 Art Markets Symposium was organized in collaboration with Maastricht University and Deloitte Luxembourg and was hosted simultaneously with Art Basel in Miami. Maastricht University took care of the programme for the first day, which was focused on academics, and Deloitte accounted for the second day which had a broader subject and mainly consisted of panel sessions […]

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Art Markets Symposium Paris – 2010

October 20, 2010

The 2010 Art Markets Symposium was organized in collaboration with Maastricht University and FIAC Paris. The programme existed of one intensive day of discussing seven papers in the art markets field, again with a finance view. After the symposium, participants were welcome to visit FIAC (Foire Internationale d’Art Contemporain) Paris. Full programme: Art Markets Symposium […]

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Art Markets Symposium London – 2009

October 12, 2009

The 2009 symposium was organized by Rachel in collaboration with FRIEZE Art Fair in London, Deloitte and Maastricht University. The symposium consisted of two academic sessions spread out over two days and a panel session following the academic programme. After the symposium, participants were able to visit the FRIEZE Art Fair. Full programme: Art Markets Symposium […]

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Art Markets Symposium Maastricht – 2008

March 5, 2008

The Art Market Symposium in 2008 was again hosted in collaboration with TEFAF and Maastricht University. The programme consisted of four days, starting with a welcome reception. The first day of the panel sessions was especially focused on academics and gave researchers the opportunity to present their papers in the field. Topics were of course […]

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Art Market Symposium Maastricht – 2007

March 9, 2007

The first Art Market Symposium was hosted in collaboration with TEFAF and Maastricht University. It was a four day programme consisting of a welcome reception, two full days of panel sessions and one day visiting the TEFAF. Papers discussed were all related to the arts and finance, ranging from art investment funds to the dynamics […]

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