Town Talk for March 23
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Lost earring while walking in Eagle-Vail, from Stone Creek circling to the end of Deer Boulevard. If you find a silver hoop with a green/blue opal, please call 970-845-7744.
The origins, history, and authenticity of lost and stolen art provide an intensely interesting backdrop for today’s recovery challenges. International corporate and trial lawyer Michael Lacher and Monica Dugot, international director of restitution and senior vice president at Christie’s, will join the Vail Symposium on Saturday for a program called “The World’s Most Wanted Art: Recovering Looted Art.” Lacher and Dugot will discuss those challenges, as well as the challenges of identifying possibly plundered but unrestituted objects and assisting in resolving restitution claims for works consigned for sale. They will be discussing the looting of art that took place during World War II and the challenges of dealing with the continued circulation of looted art on the market. The discussion starts at 6 p.m. at the Edwards Interfaith Chapel following a reception at 5:30 p.m. Tickets are $35, or $25 for Vail Symposium donors. Please call 970-476-0954 or visit http://www.vailsymposium.org for more information.