28th annual Baltimore Summer Antiques Show July 21, 2008Posted by grhomeboy in Antiques.
28th ANNUAL BALTIMORE SUMMER ANTIQUES SHOW ANNOUNCES LECTURE SERIES ALL-STAR LINE-UP > Presentations hosted by industry experts and are free to the public
This Labor Day weekend, August 28-31, 2008, the 28th annual Baltimore Summer Antiques Show will open its doors to over 30,000 attendees looking for unique, one-of-a-kind treasures among over 550 international dealers and a 60-dealer Antiquarian Book Fair. An educational lecture series enhances the show and will offer attendees and the general public a chance to learn about a wide range of topics relating to antiques featuring an all-star line-up of speakers, all renowned experts in their fields.
“The Baltimore Summer Antiques Show is truly a cultural experience and offers an extraordinary opportunity for guests to view and purchase some of the finest antiques in the world,” says Scott Diament, co-owner and COO of the Palm Beach Show Group. “The lecture series affords a wonderful opportunity for the public and other dealers to learn from industry experts in an informal environment that fosters the understanding and appreciation of antiques.”
A sample of lecture topics include “A Journey of Artistic Splendor: 20th Century Jewelry Design” presented by Gus Davis of Camilla Dietz Bergeron Ltd. in New York and “Collecting Rarities in Silver: Every Treasure Tells a Story” with Spencer Gordon and Mark McHugh of Spencer Marks Ltd. in Massachusetts.
The Baltimore Summer Antiques Show lecture series will take place at scheduled times each day of the show with lectures on a variety of fascinating topics that represent various genres. A complete schedule including speakers, lecture descriptions and speaker biographies is outlined at > http://www.baltimoresummerantiques.com