Decorative Arts Trust Spring Symposium

14 - 18 Apr 2021Postponed 
Hilton Lexington/Downtown, Lexington, USA
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Symposium participants enjoy a comprehensive introduction to Kentucky history through the superb and varied landscapes, cultural sites, and architectural achievements, as well as an opportunity to sample the state’s iconic export: bourbon. Located on what was a 660-acre estate belonging to Henry Clay, US Senator and Speaker of the House, Ashland offers visitors a unique glimpse into elite 19th-century life in Lexington. Pope Villa, designed by “America’s first architect” Benjamin Henry .. continue reading Latrobe, was built for U.S. Pope’s wife Eliza played an integral role in the design of the house, collaborating with Latrobe to create a home perfect for entertaining. The Old State Capitol served as home of the Kentucky General Assembly from 1830 to 1910 and was designed in the Greek Revival style by Gideon Shryock, an early Lexington architect. Built in 1796 by John Brown, Kentucky’s first Senator, the Neoclassical Liberty Hall is furnished with early-19th-century decorative arts and offers an appealing location for lunch. The afternoon includes a visit to a privately owned Greek-Revival home with an exceptional collection.


09:00 AM-06:00 PM (expected)
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100 - 500
Based on previous editions

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Building & Construction
Arts & Crafts


Apr 2021
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Frequency Annual

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