HSNY Kicks off 2019 Traveling Education in San Diego & Chicago

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After a wildly successful year of Traveling Education, the Horological Society of New York (HSNY) announces today the launch of its 2019 courses, commencing in San Diego and Chicago

Watch enthusiasts will get a taste of what it’s like to be a watchmaker with stops in San Diego, hosted by Passion Fine Jewelry on February 2-3, following a Midwest visit to Chicago’s Oak & Oscar on February 16-17

The 153-year-old Society, whose mission is to advance the art and science of horology, will revisit both cities - and hosts - backed by popular demand. 

Each Traveling Education course is taught by HSNY expert watchmakers who work one-on-one with students and cover material from Horology 101-103 classes taught weekly in New York City. During a four-hour course, students will have the opportunity to disassemble and reassemble a complete ETA 6497 mechanical movement and gain a comprehensive understanding of modern horology. No previous experience is required to take this course.

Last year, HSNY’s Traveling Education made stops throughout the United States and launched an International Traveling Education program which received rave reviews from attendees in Toronto, Canada and Singapore. 

For tickets, please visit HSNY’s Eventbrite page for a breakdown of dates and times. Ticket sales are reinvested directly back into HSNY’s ongoing educational mission.