The Colonial Williamsburg Foundation is pleased to once again offer scholarships to attend the 66th annual Antiques Forum held February 14-18, 2014. While scholarships typically cover registration costs, we are especially excited to again offer housing as a part of this year’s award.
The program, “New Findings in the Arts of the Coastal South” will gather acclaimed curators, dealers, and museum directors from across the United States to share their most recent findings and insights in the fine and decorative arts of the 18th and 19th centuries. Scheduled speakers include J. Thomas Savage, Jr., director of museum affairs, Winterthur Museum; Sumpter Priddy, scholar and antiques dealer; Rob Hunter, leading ceramics scholar and editor, American Ceramics; Carol Borchert Cadou, vice president for historic preservation and collections, George Washington’s Mount Vernon; and Carter Hudgins, II, director of preservation and education at Charleston’s Drayton Hall.
For detailed information about this year’s upcoming Antiques Forum and to apply online for scholarship, please visit this link. Please note the deadline for submitting materials is FRIDAY, DECEMBER 20, 2013.