The Premier Show for Americana Welcomes New Leadership for its 2014 Show PHILADELPHIA, PA (July 31, 2013) – The Philadelphia Antiques Show is pleased to announce the appointment of Catherine
The Premier Show for Americana Welcomes New Leadership for its 2014 Show
PHILADELPHIA, PA (July 31, 2013) – The Philadelphia Antiques Show is pleased to announce the appointment of Catherine Sweeney Singer as Director of The Philadelphia Antiques Show. The position of director is a new position for The Philadelphia Antiques Show. Working with the exhibitors, Show Board and its Advisory Committee, Sweeney Singer will oversee the short- and long-term direction and strategy of the Show and will be responsible for its overall management, replacing Keeling Wainwright Associates. Sweeney Singer is an excellent fit for the new position. Sweeney Singer comes to The Philadelphia Antiques Show as an accomplished professional in art and antiques show management, and has extensive experience in event planning, marketing, and exhibition development. To name a few of her current professional endeavors, Sweeney Singer embarks on her 20th year as Executive Director of the Winter Antiques Show in New York and is a Director of The American Art Fair. She consulted on both the recent revival of Asia Week New York and The New York Botanical Garden’s annual garden antiques show. Earlier in her career, Sweeney Singer was involved in magazine development serving as the first Associate Publisher and Advertising Director of Art & Auction, and for the re-launch of Art & Antiques. “The Show’s Board and Advisory Committee realize it is important for the Show to continue to grow and evolve and we are ecstatic to have this wonderful opportunity to work with Catherine,” stated Nancy Kneeland, 2014 Show Chair. “Philadelphia is the birthplace of America, and The Philadelphia Antiques Show has a legacy of offering a vast selection of quality Americana,” stated Catherine Sweeney Singer, Director of The Philadelphia Antiques Show. “I am thrilled to have the opportunity to work with the exhibitors, The Philadelphia Antiques Show Board and Advisory Committee to continue the Show’s growth as well as maintain its reputation as the premier Show for Americana.” The 53rd Annual Philadelphia Antiques Show returns to the Pennsylvania Convention Center on April 26, 2014 – April 29, 2014 with a Preview Party on April 25, 2014. An annual benefit for Penn Medicine, the Show offers the greatest selection of antiques alongside important art and modern objects fit for the today’s American home. For more information about The Philadelphia Antiques Show, Antiques & Art through the 20th Century, please visit: www.ThePhiladelphiaAntiquesShow.org “Like” the Show on Facebook at The Philadelphia Antiques Show or “Follow” the Show on Twitter @PhilaAntiques.