When the venerable Philadelphia Antiques Show opens it doors in the Convention Center in Philadelphia on Friday, April 27, and the 23rd Street Armory Show takes up residence in the armory of the same name, it will mark another running of Philadelphia Antiques Week. This year, for the first time, visitors will be able to get all the information they need about the shows, museums, and attractions at one website, PhiladelphiaAntiquesWeek.com
The fourth in a series of travel sites designed to serve consumers and collectors shopping the named market weeks, PhiladelphiaAntiquesWeek.com brings clarity to the week’s events.
As Eric Miller, who, along with Regina Kolbe, co-founded the online publications, stated, “The purpose of the site is to provide easy access to the many facets of the week. From lectures to awards ceremonies, from information about shuttle bus service to loan exhibits, PhiladelphiaAntiquesWeeks.com brings it all together under one URL.”
Miller further stated, "Philadelphia Antiques Week is about more than shopping, however. The site helps enhance the overall experience with educational and leisure options for spending more time in Philly."
Supporters of PhiladelphiaAntiquesWeek.com include the Philadelphia Antiques Show, the 23rd Street Armory Show and Freemans Auctioneers. Featured dealers on the site are Christine Magne, Dolan/Maxwell, Fine Antique Prints, Lillian Nassau, LLC, Schwarz Gallery and Van Tassel Baumann. The featured dealers are presented on a special "Dealer" page.
Recipient of the Antiques Weeks Media, LLC, donation in kind for publicity is Woodmere Art Museum.
Collectors, media and participants in Philadelphia Antiques Week are invited to view the website, where they will also find interesting and original content on the works of Philadelphia makers and artists..
An accompanying free download for mobile devices, makes this information instantly accessible to folks who make last minute plans. It is a downloadable at www.PhiladelphiaAntiquesWeek.com.
For full details of the April 27 - May 1 events in Philadelphia, please visit www.PhiladelphiaAntiquesWeek.com.