Marianne Magnin

Executive Director, Art Identification Standard (AIS) Marianne has a Master of Science from Kedge business school and gained further education at INSEAD, Harvard, King's College and Goldsmiths, University of London.

Art Identification Standard (AIS)

About this speaker

Over the last 12 years, Marianne has dedicated her time and resources towards developing solutions that positively contribute to our society. She founded The Cornelius Arts Foundation (TCAF), a UK charity whose mission is to unleash the transformative power of art through R&D. Its areas of focus are education, innovation, sustainability and wellbeing.

For the last four years, she has been steering the establishment and development of Art Identification Standard (AIS), an international consortium aiming at introducing a unique identifier for artworks, facilitated by decentralized technologies and benefiting all art stakeholders.

This standard will be the cornerstone for ushering the art world into web3 and promoting fairer practices. So doing, she is leveraging the business experience and skills she has acquired since graduating, working first for large corporations such as PwC and RDS then honing her business acumen as an entrepreneur at the intersection of art, sustainability and technology. She writes on the arts, is a published poet, translator and editor of poetry notably for Poetry International. She has produced and curated more than one hundred art events and advises artists.

She is regularly invited to talk, lecture and write on art, philanthropy, business and politics, topics which she intersects with matters of governance, sustainability, innovation and experiential economy as key drivers of change. Marianne is a Fellow of the Royal Society for arts, manufactures and commerce (FRSA) - a unique global network of change-makers enabling people, places and the planet to flourish. She graduated with a Master of Science from Kedge business school and gained further education at INSEAD, Harvard, King's College and Goldsmiths, University of London.

Talks

Artwork DIDs: Empowering Artists with Blockchain and Web3

27 November 2023, 02:00 PM
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Stickerbeat

Canada Council for the Arts

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Artcryption

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Cultural Policy Hub, OCADU

Fineline

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Art Identification Standard

Art Identification Standard is a non-profit developing a universal standard or unique identifier for artworks leveraging blockchain technology.

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