The Philadelphia Show Cancels, Looks Forward To 2021

March 20, 2020

In view of the latest guidelines issued by the Centers for Disease Control regarding the spread of COVID-19, The Philadelphia Show leadership has made the decision to cancel the show that had been scheduled for April 23 to 26.
“We are disappointed to have to cancel this year’s show. Our team has worked hard, but the health and safety of our exhibitors, visitors and committee is our top priority. We appreciate your support and that of our sponsors and partners during this time,” shared Lynn Gadsden, The Philadelphia Show chair. “We hope you can join us in 2021 for the 58th edition of The Philadelphia Show.”
The website, Facebook and Instagram accounts will be updated with new information.
Founded in 1962 as the University Hospital Antiques Show, The Philadelphia Show benefited and was organized by Penn Medicine until 2018. In 2018, the Philadelphia Museum of Art assumed responsibility for the show, bolstered by support from its Women's Committee and the many volunteers who have served the show for years. All net proceeds benefit the museum’s Division of Education and Public Programs. The Philadelphia Show is hosted annually and features the finest dealers in jewelry, decorative arts, design and fine art.
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