New York, NY (PRWEB) March 7, 2011
With more than 100 Asia-focused events going on daily from March 17 - 28, collectors and art lovers will be able to see the week at a glance on the new Asian Arts Week website. An Asian Arts Week map makes it easy for visitors to find event and exhibition locations throughout the city.
This is the first time all of the events and exhibitions inspired by the vibrant round of Asian art auctions are accessible through one source. The Asian Arts Week (http://asianartsweek.com) initiative provides a citywide guide in two formats - a website and a print map.
According to the campaign's director, Regina Kolbe, art writer and president of a boutique public relations firm (http://www.prtothetrade.com) that specializes in antiques and art related promotions, "The Asian Arts Week materials establish a reference point for collectors, curators and the many for whom culture is life. The website includes complete listing, dates and times of events. The print map makes it easy for visitors to chart a path to the numerous citywide galleries offering exhibits."
The campaign (http://asianartsweek.com) to source all the events began in mid-January and in six weeks has emerged as the first comprehensive source for event information during the week of March 18 - 27.
The Asian Arts Week website offers a directory that includes museum exhibits, selling exhibitions and fairs, the lectures, films and performances that have sprung up around the robust Asia art auction schedule at the major auction houses.
A printed map shows locations of interest, including galleries, shows, auction houses, gardens and theaters with Asian-themed events, is being distributed throughout the week at exclusive high traffic sites.
The map will be available at the concierge desk in select hotels, the Arts of Pacific Asia Show, galleries and auction houses. It is also accessible on the Internet at http://www.asianartsweek.com or by mail by sending an email to staff(at)asianartsweek(dot)com Concierges will have an electronic version of the map, for the convenience of visitors.
The Asian Arts Week campaign includes a podcast giving background on the events. The date of the podcast will be announced on the News page of the website.
"The new approach gives a clear picture of the week's rich and inspiring events," Ms. Kolbe stated.
For more information, visit http:asianartsweek.com. The Asian Arts Week map will be circulated mid-march. In the meantime, the website carries both a text and graphic version of the events. The news page will carry map distribution points.http://asianartsweek.com/news.html
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Regina Kolbe is President of PR To the Trade a public relations firm specializing in art and antiques related promotions. Please visit http://www.prtothetrade.com for more information. Support for Asian Arts Week comes from dealers and shows.
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