NEW YORK, N.Y. — U.S. Antique Shows announced today that the company will be one of five sponsors for the upcoming panel discussion, The Future of Antiques: Antiques and Design in the 21st Century. The evening affair, hosted by The HighBoy, will be held Nov. 20, 2014 from 7-9 p.m. at the Jonathan Burden gallery in Tribeca, in New York City.
“The HighBoy aims to bring antiques to a whole new generation of buyers,” says founder Olga Granda-Scott. “Those buyers don’t just want a marketplace; they want an experience, which includes cultivating a real sense of the people and ideas that unite design and antiques. The HighBoy hopes that events, such as The Future of Antiques, will begin a new conversation and community for antique and design lovers.”
The event will include an engaging panel featuring esteemed antique experts Judith Miller, Toma Clark Haines, and Olga Granda-Scott. It will be moderated by Traditional Home Senior Editor Doris Athineos. Immediately following the panel, Judith Miller will be available to sign copies of her latest book, Arts & Crafts: Living with Arts & Crafts. Cocktails will be served.
Admission is free for all attendees who confirm their attendance at futureofantiques.thehighboy.com. Each attendee will also receive complimentary admission to the Pier Antique Show, Nov. 22-23 at Pier 94. The Jonathan Burden gallery is located at 180 Duane St. in New York City.
The HighBoy is the Curated Marketplace for Antiques & Fine Art. As an antique dealer herself for over a decade at Alhambra The HighBoy is a new, curated online marketplace for antiques, fine art and 20th century design. For more information, visit www.TheHighBoy.com.