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The Illicit Art Game

University of Western Sydney, The Art Game Symposium

Date:  12 June 2015
Bankstown campus, UWS College Building 17

Art has the simultaneous ability to not only demonstrate a nation’s prestigious cultural domain, but to also present a most tempting ‘commodity’ target for a range of criminal endeavours.  The theft of cultural objects impacts developed and developing countries alike.  The illicit traffic in cultural heritage is a transnational crime that affects the countries of origin, transit and final destination.

University of Western Sydney – Bankstown is holding a one day seminar called The Art Game on June 12 to highlight some of the issues for Australia.

For further details and to register click here.

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