Making Money In Art

Following on from the webinar on art investing, Aidan Meller and Graham Rowan are pleased to invite you to join us for an evening at the Royal Academy of Arts on Wednesday 25th April.

Aidan Meller combines a passion for art with a nose for a profit

What makes Aidan unique is his ability to combine a passionate love of fine art with an investor’s acumen for making money from that passion. He is excited to bring that combination to Elite Investor Club by leading our new division, Elite Investor Art. Not surprisingly, the theme of our first art-focused event is Making Money In Art.

In the exalted surroundings of the Royal Academy, Aidan will share how we can invest with SAFETY – you’ll find out what each letter of the acronym stands fro on the night!

No prior knowledge or experience is assumed, and you will most definitely NOT be allowed to make any investment decisions on the night! This is a social and educational occasion aimed at opening your eyes to the possibility that fine art can play a role in creating the long term, multi generational wealth that all Elite members aspire to.

Here’s the programme for the evening:

  • 6:30pm – Arrival, drinks and canapes
  • 7:00pm – Introduction by Graham Rowan
  • 7:10pm – Art Investing in SAFETY – Aidan Meller
  • 8:10pm – Examples of art in the room
  • 8:20pm – Questions and Answers
  • 8:30pm – Networking
  • 9:00pm – Close  

Book your ticket now for just £20 including wine and canapes.

 

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About The Keeper’s House at the Royal Academy

Sydney Smirke RA knew how to build an artist’s home. Nestled in the corner of the RA’s Annenberg Courtyard, the Keeper’s House is his sideways extension of the grand urban palace, Burlington House. Created over 140 years ago, the space was the grace and favour residence for the Academy’s Keeper. Smirke’s plans guaranteed every nineteenth century convenience from the finest vaulted wine cellars to the Models’ Staircase, a private external entrance giving direct access to the Keeper’s studio at all hours for a select few.

Award winning architects Long & Kentish have sensitively restored the Keeper’s House retaining many details from vaults to old ceiling beams and hearths originating from the 1660s. This history is matched with contemporary luxurious interiors designed by award-winning architect David Chipperfield RA.The scope of what is now called the Keeper’s House may have widened, however hospitality remains at the core of this revitalised space – in essence, ‘a home away from home’ – for Friends of the RA, Patrons, Royal Academicians and visitors.Book Your Seat At This Exclusive Event Now!

Here’s what you can expect on Wednesday 25th April:A historic venue in Piccadily

An informative talk on investing in fine art

Socialising with like minded investors