If you missed the launch party last week at 1stdibs@NYDC celebrating the New Traditionals, you can meet them in person at the Spring Show NYC Young Patrons Arts' Night Out at the Park Avenue Armory on April 29.
New Traditionals Robert Passal, Lisa Sternfeld from Studio LSID, Ron Marvin and Tom Delavan will be on-hand for one-on-one design consultations. Visitors are encouraged to bring along paint chips and fabric swatches to layout a room with the help of a design pro. In addition, visitors will have the opportunity to place their silent bids for a one-hour design consultation by Patrick Lonn Design, Sara Gilbane Interiors, Bonestreet Trout Hall, Tilton-Fenwick, and Megan Rice Yager Interior Design, all of whom have donated their services to benefit the ASPCA.
"The Art and Antique Dealers League of America is thrilled to celebrate Art and Antiques Week in New York with the young patrons from many of New York's prominent cultural institutions," said Clinton Howell, president of AADLA. "We welcome the opportunity to introduce an enthusiastic new audience to the world of fine and decorative arts, and encourage them to bring their shopping lists and floor plans!"
According to Howell, over thirty of the city's top young patrons groups are expected to attend.
The $30 ticket, available at the door, includes that day's admission to the AADLA Spring Show NYC plus beer, wine and ABSOLUT cocktails from 5 to 9 pm. Arts' Night Out is sponsored by Doyle New York, Antiques and Fine Arts magazine, and ABSOLUT Vodka.
Photos courtesy Traditional Home.
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