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Olympia to debate the future of the gallery

28 May 2013Written by ATG Reporter

Are the costs of running a gallery still necessary in the face of technology and a changing market? That will be the subject up for debate on Monday, June 10, at the Summer Olympia fair.

Chaired by Antiques Trade Gazette editor Ivan Macquisten, the subject will be explored by a panel of two: Susan Mumford, founder of art industry training, networking and mentoring company Be Smart About Art, who also founded and chairs the Association of Women Art Dealers; and Lennox Cato, the well-known furniture dealer from Edenbridge in Kent, who also runs The Edenbridge Galleries antiques centre.

The debate takes place from 5.30-6.30pm.

To reserve your seats, please contact Ciara Hinton on or call 020 7384 8148.

The debate will be held in the London Room, Grand Hall, Olympia Exhibition Centre, Olympia Way, London, W14 8UX.

Entry is free to those with valid tickets for the fair.

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