Art Crime and the FBI: A Special Meet Me at the CAM program

  • Date:  November 14, 2017
  • Time:  10:00am – 12:00pm
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What are some of the greatest art crimes that the FBI has investigated? Some of them may even have a local connection. Join us and find out in this exciting discussion from a top expert with the FBI. Christopher McKeogh is a former university science professor and possesses two master’s degrees in physics.

As a special agent with the FBI, he has over 14 years of experience working investigations. SA McKeogh currently exclusively investigates art crime matters in the FBI’s New York office. His efforts have led to the arrest and conviction of numerous perpetrators of art crime and have led to the recovery of countless works of art, from antiquity to modern.

FREE. Tickets available beginning Sept. 14.
Only a few tickets are still available and you must have a ticket to attend. Numbered tickets will be available for pick up only at the CAM during regular hours. Contact Susan Clements at 716.286.8201 for more information.

PARKING is always a challenge on the NU campus. Please arrive early to secure a parking space. Visitors may park in the Gallagher, Dwyer or O'Shea lots (see attached map) in any yellow-lined space. A parking pass is not necessary for this program. Since classes are in session, you may need to park in one of the large lots (Dwyer or O'Shea. It is a 3-5 minute walk to the museum from either lot.  Doors open at 9 a.m., and the earlier you get here, the better chance you have of securing a spot. If you are unable to walk that distance, you may call Campus Safety and request a ride. Their number is 286-8111. However, you may have to wait some time for an officer to get to you. Consider carpooling, or calling a taxiUber  or Lyft.

 n  Co-sponsors: Castellani Art Museum, Niagara University Continuing Education, FBI Buffalo Field Office, NU Criminal Justice Student Association. Art Crime and the FBI