On Saturday, March 23, at 2 p.m., Kate Avery, artist, furniture designer, painter, blogger and influencer, is on tap to share her knowledge and design savvy with a fresh twist. She will show how to incorporate that unique and special antique object into a 21st century setting and how to curate a space as a reflection of your individuality and style. Although known for her re-furbished painted furniture, Kate has a deep understanding and respect for the exceptional and unique pieces found at the Connecticut Spring Show.
On Sunday, March 24, Kate and web-designer and collector, Emily Brandenburg will host an afternoon drop-in session at the space they create with an array of antiques/art and the essentials of a millennial. Visit with them from 1-4 p.m. and learn how they use that special antique piece in their unique living space or how a piece of original and exceptional artwork can be a showstopper and conversation piece in a millennial space.
$15 admission to the show. On Sunday, March 24 visitor's age 35 and younger will receive free admission. Area museums will be showcased to highlight Hartford's numerous cultural venues which make the region a desirable destination.