11-06-09 Stolen Art at the Walters!

November 6, 2009 at 8:28 pm Leave a comment

Listen to the story here.

The first in a series of public discussions hosted by Walters Director and host of WYPR’s Postcards from the Walters Gary Vikan happens on Saturday. He’ll be talking to Noah Charney, author of the novel The Art Thief, and director of the Association for Research into Crimes against Art. We invited Vikan into our studio to preview the discussion–Noah Charney was on the phone from his home in Connecticut.

Gary Vikan and Noah Charney will have a public conversation about art theft on Saturday at 4p.m. at the Walters Art Museum in Baltimore. More information here.

External links:
Association for Research into Crimes against Art
Noah Charney’s website
The New Statesmen on the Gardiner Museum theft

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