a short fiction writing competition

Competition Details: Judges

Tom Flynn

Dr Tom Flynn FRICS is a London-based art historian, critic and specialist on art and business. He has written on the art market, contemporary art, museums and art crime for a broad range of international publications including the Art Newspaper, Art & Auction, Art Review, Apollo, Art News, Museums Journal, The Spectator, and many others.

He is director of the postgraduate Masters course in Art Appraisal (Professional Practice) at Kingston University, London and also teaches at Christie's Masters course in Art & Business; at the London-based Masters courses in Art & Business run by the Institut des Études Supérieures des Arts (IESA) in Paris; and on the Postgraduate Certificate in Art Crime and Cultural Heritage Protection run by the Association for Research into Crimes Against Art (ARCA) in Amelia, Umbria.


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This writing competition, initiated by Tom Kazas, is the result of a team effort by a number of activists who met and discussed the possibilities for action following the 2013 Sydney International Colloquy. More info...

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