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Art under Fire: Art Crime in Times of War and Peace

An excursion into the dark underbelly of the art world with members of the Association for Research Into Crimes Against Art .
When Oct 20, 2015
from 06:30 PM to 08:30 PM
Where Classics Faculty, room G19 AND Museum of Classical Archaeology
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Contact Phone (01223) 330402
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**FULLY BOOKED**

Join Dr Noah Charney, Dr Christos Tsirogiannis and Judge Arthur Tompkins of the Association for Research Into Crimes Against Art for this excursion into the dark underbelly of the art world as they explore the impact of forgeries, illicit trade and international conflicts on the very writing of art history itself.

Drinks to follow in the Museum of Classical Archaeology's Cast Gallery. Due to limited numbers, tickets will be issued to the first 90 attendees who wish to join the reception on the door.

For adults. Booking necessary.

**Attendees at this event will receive a 30% discount on Noah Charney's new book, Art Crime: Terrorists, Tomb Raiders, Forgers and Thieves, valid until 30th November 2015. Terms and conditions apply.**

This event is part of the University of Cambridge's Festival of Ideas.

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**Please note that bookings for all Festival of Ideas events open at 10am on Monday 21st September.**

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