Vastari Webinars host important industry conversations: challenging assumptions, asking difficult questions and finding solutions to complex problems. Bringing together an unrivalled network of contributors from both within and outside the arts and culture space, these events are essential for anyone actively participating in, or seeking a foothold within, this ecosystem. The full event recordings are available exclusively on our portal.
Royal Academy Trustee Lady Alison Myners described a need to connect with younger generations. By setting up a younger, shadow board in 2015 that met regularly with the senior team, Gucci doubled their turnover in just 4 years.
We will be exploring this trend for collecting NFTs that grew in 2020, and the potential for these digital artworks to be displayed in museums in the coming years.
The data from Vastari’s Reports on Collecting indicates that collectors under 50 are much more investment-driven than their over 50 year old counterparts. Those who currently lend to museums are overwhelmingly in the over 50 category. While young investment-driven collectors stand out as being the most willing to donate and lend to museums, these collectors also frequently describe museums as unapproachable.
In this webinar the panellists discuss the ways in which the art market can begin to create long term sustainable solutions. Crown Fine Art and Ki Culture share information about the ways they are leading sustainable change in the cultural industry. Then, two artists from different parts of the world explain the ways they have been using their practices to raise awareness of the climate crisis.
“ As a Museum Trustee, I have found Vastari's seminars invaluable in terms of learning best practice from experts on the new technologies and partnership models museums must now embrace to engage with their communities.
“ There is no going back to the old way of doing things and Vastari's seminars shine a light on a future full of opportunities.
Dr Carol Bell
Vice President, National Museum Wales
“ I've attended Vastari webinars as a guest, a panelist and indeed a sponsor. Their events are always professional, engaging and insightful.
Vastari facilitates connections between content owners and museums globally, bringing together collectors and exhibition industry professionals. Operating at the intersection of culture and technology enables us to analyse the latest worldwide trends and behaviours around collections, exhibitions, institutions and beyond. Vastari reports are compiled with the participation of exhibition industry professionals and individuals located across over fifty countries.
Challenge your understanding of how the industry works. Through detailed analysis from our large and diverse dataset, we shed light on the forces and tensions affecting the exhibition and art ecosystem.
Vastari asks the right questions and provides you with unique insights, meaning that future behaviours and strategies are formulated with the benefit of greater intelligence.
Global Trends Reports
Global Collector Trends
Key developments amongst Vastari's global collectors looking at their age, demographic, motivations, and relationships with museums, artists and suppliers.
Vastari Global Trends
Extensive analysis of the museum industry, identifying the key trends in the exhibitions ecosystem.
The Finances Behind Collecting
Examining how budgets are allocated to owning, developing and managing a collection. Do collectors lend to museums out of financial interest or are other reasons emerging?
Exhibition Finance Trends
Statistics and analyses of museum budgets and the wider economics of exhibitions.
“ The Vastari Collector Report has enabled us to gain a valuable insight into the diversity and motivations of our client demographic, delightfully reassuring us that our global business is moving in the right direction with our activities and plans.
“ This has also challenged us to think about what a client looks for in their art handling storage provider, all so very important for an ever-changing and eco-aware art world.
Regional Director UK & Ireland, Crown Fine Art