Join Us as We Celebrate 153 Years of New York’s Horological Tradition!
Wednesday, April 17, 2019, 6-9pm
Charity Auction, Presented by Christie’s
HSNY's 2019 Charity Auction, presented by Christie's, will take place at the Gala. A selection of extraordinary timepieces, exceptional experiences and horological miscellanea will be up for sale, with all proceeds benefitting HSNY's ongoing educational programs. There will be no buyer's premiums, and all bidding will take place live in the room. Absentee bids will be accepted via email until 24 hours prior to the Gala & Charity Auction start time. Preview will be held at the HSNY office & classroom from 2pm-4pm, Tuesday, April 16, 2019.
Henry B. Fried Scholarship
For 2019, HSNY will award multiple watchmaking students with the $10,000 Henry B. Fried Scholarship.
Most watchmaking schools in the USA are free. Tuition is covered by a sponsoring brand, and usually the only school expense that the students cover are their tools. These schools are full-time two year programs, meaning paying for living expenses can be difficult. This is where the Henry B. Fried Scholarship comes in; the Horological Society of New York wants to help American watchmaking students succeed in every way. The winners of the 2019 Henry B. Fried Scholarship will be announced at the 2019 Gala & Charity Auction.
The Howard Fass award is given to individuals judged to have shown extraordinary dedication to the ideals which the Society pursues. This award is HSNY’s highest honor, and has only been given once before (shown above). At the 2019 Gala & Charity Auction, the Howard Fass award will be presented to a recipient who has dedicated their life and career to horological education, guiding hundreds of watchmaking students through school and into their professional careers.
Howard Fass Award
Food, DrinK & Music
Cocktail hour from 6-7pm, with premium open bar, passed hors d'oeuvres and live music. Seated dinner beginning at 7pm. The suggested attire is business formal.
Venue & Program
Doors open at 6pm, program begins at 7pm.
Remarks by Ed Hydeman (Executive Director, Horological Society of New York)
Remarks by Nicholas Manousos (President, Horological Society of New York)
Remarks by Aaron Recksiek (President, American Watchmakers-Clockmakers Institute)
Presentation of the Howard Fass Award by John Teifert (Vice President, Horological Society of New York)
Presentation of the Henry B. Fried Scholarships by Steve Eagle (Director of Education, Horological Society of New York)
Charity Auction, presented by Christie’s