We are back with another #ARCSChat bonus episode for the month of May! #ARCSChat hosted a much-requested special episode about how the numerous changes in the world resulting from COVID-19 will affect our insurance policies and requirements. Representatives from these fantastic ARCS sponsors Huntington T. Block, Willis Towers Watson, Liberty Mutual Underwriters, and Berkley Asset Protection weighed in on the issues and responded to your live questions. A special thanks goes out to all who wrote in and requested this topic!
Better care for your collections by tearing up your existing loan contracts. Yes, you read that correctly! In a two episode series, #ARCSchat considers two important aspects of our loan contracts and why we should re-evaluate both our knowledge of the subjects and the content of our contracts.
Episode 1 deconstructs our insurance requirements. Hosts John Robinette (@CargaLatina), Robin Bauer Kilgo (@rbkilgo) and Amanda Robinson (@ARobKabob) are joined by guests Mary Pontillo, the National Fine Arts Practice Leader/SVP at Dewitt Stern Fine Art, and Adrienne Reid, the Vice President of Fine Art Insurance at Huntington T. Block. You can find Mary at firstname.lastname@example.org and Adrienne email@example.com and @reid_insures_art.
The courier conundrum: Send or don't send? We tackle the ethics and responsibility behind the decision to send a courier and all that's involved in making the decision. This chat will work in conjunction with the courier training workshop put on by ARCS in Ft. Worth, Texas at the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth. This workshop will address the necessary skills required to travel as well as seek to establish a standard in the quality of supervision. We will also reference research done by ARCS about when institutions decide to send a courier and, if so, who.