13
October 2017
Friday 13 October 2017, 18:30 - Friday 13 October 2017, 20:30
Nadder Centre
Weaveland Road Tisbury SP3 6HJ

Join us for a glass of wine and a free lecture where Mark Hill of the BBC Antiques Roadshow unlocks the world of antiques and collectibles.

Antiques. I don’t understand them and they’re beyond my budget. They’re not for me.” A persuasive introduction to buying antiques and integrating and using them in today’s homes. The state of the antiques market and the different meanings of the word value are considered, and we take a look at what current and future generations of collectors are buying, why they are buying it and how they are displaying it.

To get a taste of what The Arts Society has to offer, why not join us for a glass of wine and a free lecture?

Join us as Mark Hill, popular The Arts Society Accredited Lecturer and BBC Antiques Roadshow Expert unlocks the world of antiques and shows that they are not just the province of the wealthy.

To book your place please visit https://undressingantiques.eventbrite.co.uk

ABOUT THE LECTURER

Mr Mark Hill

Studied History of Art & Architecture (BA Hons), and began his career as a porter and Junior Cataloguer at Bonhams, before moving to Sotheby's where he was a Specialist in the Collectors' Department. Became director of an internet company forming and running a ground-breaking deal with eBay Live Auctions. Has since 2002 been the co-author of the internationally published Collectables Price Guide with Judith Miller, initially with DK and now with Miller's. Founded his own publishing company in 2005 and has since published over 12 books on specialist subjects in 20th century design and decorative arts. A Miscellaneous expert on the Antiques Roadshow since 2007, and has co-presented three primetime factual TV series on antiques and collecting for BBC2. Has lectured across the world, including at the V&A in London, and contributed to many newspapers, magazines, radio and TV programmes. A Freeman of the Worshipful Company of Arts Scholars and a Freeman of the City of London.