Over the past three decades Lark Mason has frequently been interviewed and quoted by journalists with national and international print and broadcast media companies. He has appeared on ABC, NBC, CBS, and Fox television networks, appearing twice on Good Morning America. In addition to his appearances on PBS Antiques Roadshow, he has appeared on many local PBS affiliate stations and been interviewed on National Public Radio. He has been quoted and interviewed by journalists with the Associated Press, Reuters, The New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Time Magazine, Businessweek, and others, in addition to numerous regional newspapers and magazines.
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"I cannot thank you enough for all that you did to make this conference a success. We are particularly grateful to you for springing into action and giving a wonderful presentation...."
New York University conference "Exotic Wares from a Distant Land: The China Trade for the Western Market"
"Lark Mason is an exceptional teacher..."
Parsons School of Design, New York
"...thank you very much for assisting us with our fundraising project. It was a wonderful weekend and we felt honored to have the three of you here to not only raise funds on behalf of the Museum, but to offer a service to the community."
Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts
"Asia Week at Sotheby's, New York began with a symposium entitled 'Filled with Favors Bathed in Blessings, China's Imperial Heritage: Chinese Furniture,' held from 12 to 14 September at Sotheby's Institute..... Lark Mason, Jr. the furniture expert at Sotheby's, organized the symposium as a way to introduce new buyers and museum curators to topics beyond huanghuali....participants from the United States, Europe, and Asia attended and included collectors, dealers, and museum curators. Their response was extremely positive..."
"I need to thank you for spending the entire day with us...It was a fabulous day... you were wonderful in all you did, from your lecture to your hands-on activities and answering all sorts of questions from the participants and us."
Peabody Essex Museum