The Beltway and Beyond: Neoclassical Furniture of Washington, D.C., Baltimore, and the Coastal Mid-Atlantic
April 23–24, 2020
Registration now open!
Furniture scholars and master craftspeople will share new research on the cabinetmaking shops of Washington, D.C., and explore cabinetmaking and the furniture trades in the burgeoning style center of 19th-century Baltimore. Following a day of lectures, participants will have the opportunity to study examples of Mid-Atlantic furniture up close and to observe techniques of
pictorial veneer and furniture paint-decoration. Download the brochure for more information. To apply for a scholarship, download the scholarship form.
There are four ways to register:
- Register online for both days or register online for Friday only
- Call 800.448.3883
- Download the brochure, fill out the registration form and mail it in
- Download the brochure, fill out the registration form and fax it
Image at top: Detail, secretary, Possibly Georgetown, Md., or Alexandria, Va., ca. 1810. Mahogany, tulip poplar, red cedar, possibly
white pine. Gift of Elizabeth C. Weld and Elizabeth B. Weld, in memory of Louis Mackall Weld, Jr., 2019.0014.001