The Ogden Museum of Southern Art is unable to appraise artworks. The Museum recommends that an accredited appraiser be contacted directly. The following information is provided to aid in your search for an expert in a field related to your artwork. For assistance with finding an appraiser, please contact:
International Society of Appraisers
737 North Michigan Avenue
Chicago, Illinois 60611
PH: 866-481-1689 toll-free or 312-981-6778
Appraisers Association of America, Inc.
386 Park Avenue South, between 27th & 28th
Suite 2000, 20th floor
New York, New York 10016
Before choosing a conservator, we suggest that you refer to the American Institute of Historic & Artistic Works brochure guidelines. The brochure can be accessed at www.vagarights.org.
For assistance in finding a conservator, please contact:
The Ogden Museum of Southern Art does not recommend one appraiser, conservator, framer or other art professional over another. This list includes suggestions of organizations that may be consulted; but the Museum will not be held responsible for conservation or appraisals. This information is provided solely as a resource, and not an endorsement of any entity.
Patron gifts are essential to the growth of the Museum’s collection. Gifts of art to the Museum serve to increase both the quantity and quality of the permanent collection, and further enhance our ability to engage visitors in visual art.
Collectors can give works of art to the Ogden Museum of Southern Art:
As an outright gift
As an irrevocable promised gift
As a bequest
As the gift of a percentage of value over a time period designated by the giver
Gifts must be approved by the Board of Trustees.
The Museum recommends discussing your gift and estate plans with your own legal and financial advisors to ensure your personal and charitable goals are wisely met. We are grateful to all our friends and donors. For more information on giving art to the Ogden Museum of Southern Art, please contact the Curatorial Assistant at email@example.com.
The mission of the Ogden Museum of Southern Art is to broaden the knowledge, understanding, interpretation and appreciation of the visual arts and culture of the American South through its events, permanent collections, changing exhibitions, educational programs, publications and research.