Directional Aviation’s Sentient Jet will be the presenting partner of Sculpture in Motion, an antique car show that showcases over a dozen one-of-a-kind, classic pre- and post-war automobiles in Palm Beach, Florida on Saturday, November 17th at the Ann Norton Sculpture Gardens. The event invites guests of all ages to peruse beautiful cars spanning several distinct decades. Highlights of the exhibition will include children’s programming in the Gardens’ new Environmental Classroom, special tours and presentations of the cars hosted by industry experts and a special VIP cocktail reception allowing for an even more intimate viewing of the automobiles.
“Following an immensely successful inaugural year in 2017, we’re thrilled to be returning to Palm Beach as a presenting partner of this ‘dream car’ exhibition,” said Andrew Collins, president and CEO of Sentient Jet. “A fan favorite for our cardholders, many of whom collect classic cars themselves, Sculpture in Motion gives guests the opportunity to engage with some of the most impeccable automobiles in the world in a truly unique setting. We’re looking forward to celebrating these incredible works of art alongside our partners, clients, and friends.”
As the presenting partner of Sculpture in Motion, Sentient Jet will serve as the host of the cocktail reception immediately following the exhibition, where awards will be presented to the car collectors based on votes accumulated by guests throughout the day. Award categories will include Most Artistic, Most Elegant, People’s Choice and Young Connoisseur. Throughout the evening, guests will enjoy creative cocktails from a hosted bourbon bar in addition to treats from a chocolate bar that will also be available during the day.
Sentient recently announced a fourth-quarter promotion. Directional, parent of Flexjet and Skyjet recently added U.K.-based charter and jet card broker PrivateFly to its portfolio.