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Date count run19 Mar 2021
Election rulesERS97 STV
Candidates running3
Available position1
Total ballots15
Valid votes15
Invalid votes0


Round Lola Kaeppelin Lucy Achhorner RON (Re-Open Nominations) Exhausted Surplus Threshold
1 4.00 11.00 0.00 3.50 7.50
Count of first choices. The initial quota is 7.50. Candidate Lucy Achhorner has reached the threshold and is elected.

Winner is Lucy Achhorner.

Number of vacancies: 1


Lola Kaeppelin
I want to participate in the creation of the Art Business society external events, using my previous background as an assistant of curators and the interactions I have with many artists. As a member of this society, I particularly appreciated the different interventions with curators and artists and would want to create some more. I am fortunate to have parents working in the art world that have passed on their passion for it to me. Therefore, I would like to be able to share the contacts I have made over the years. I will potentially do an internship in an auction house in the near future and hope to share this experience too. I would also like to bring a diversity of "arts" into the society, to discover the field of fine arts, but eventually open the door to other arts such as music, cinema or fashion, always keeping the business aspect in mind. For questions, contact me: [email protected]
Lucy Achhorner
Hey there, I'm Lucy and I'm running for the External Relations Officer position! I'm currently a first year Philosophy and History of Art student and in addition to loving my course, the Art Business Society has added so much more to my degree than I expected. I love meeting new people and having engaging conversations about Art and every area its reach extends to which I feel makes me a perfect candidate for this role. I have lots of experience in various artistically inclined fields including work in galleries and museums, educational and public programs, art consultancies, and most importantly liaising and communication, giving me a well rounded view of the art world as we know it today and what is required to foster connections within it. Having said this, the art world is changing at a rapid pace which will require us to communicate and continue to engage in order to keep up. Now more than ever we have the chance to shape the art industry and push it into the direction we want it to grow in. The pandemic has only sped up this process and the first step to being able to hit the ground running next year is to be aware of the changes happening, the new jobs being created every day and the new meanings and forms art is taking.
I'm very approachable both online and in person and I'm always open to suggestions, I want to hear about what you want to get out of this society so that I can help put it into practice and extend our network within and beyond the art world.