Browse through booths of exquisite décor, furniture, and more, while hearing from talented designers and experts at the Theta Charity Antiques Show at George R. Brown Convention Center, from Friday, November 22 through Sunday, November 24, 2019.
For seven decades, the Theta Charity Antiques Show has been assembling top exhibitors, designers, collectors, and admirers of fine arts and décor to raise money for deserving local charities.
This year, the 67th Annual Theta Charity Antiques Show celebrates their long history with a Grand Finale Show, gathering nearly 70 exhibitors from across the U.S. and Europe to present fine art, furniture, and décor spanning a diverse range of design styles and time periods.
In addition, a lineup of renowned talented designers will be on hand to dive into their projects and dish on design culture during afternoon talks and panel discussions.
Hitting the Show Floor
Whether you’re searching for fine art to hang, antique globes, oriental rugs, or jewelry and more, there is plenty to see and shop for at Theta Charity Antiques Show.
Visitors to the Show can browse exquisite treasures—including estate jewelry, antique silver, hand-woven rugs, and period furniture—and learn more about art and antiques from top designers and experts from around the country, who will offer insight and a special look at how they approach the Show floor.
The Bobby Sue Smith Cohn Speakers Series
A collection of renowned designers highlight this year’s Theta Charity Antiques Show, providing insights and discussion throughout the weekend on design culture and their projects.
- Panel & Book Signing with Alexa Hampton, Thomas Jayne, Charlotte Moss, and Thomas O’Brien, moderated by Margot Shaw | Friday, November 22 – Led by Flower Magazine founder Margot Shaw, this panel discussion features designers and authors Alexa Hampton (Mark Hampton, LLC; Alexa Hampton Inc.), Thomas Jayne (Jayne Design Studio), Charlotte Moss (Elle Décor Grand Master List of Top Designers; Charlotte Moss Entertains), and Thomas O’Brien (Aero Studios; Library House).
- Talk & Book Signing with Steve and Brooke Giannetti | Saturday, November 23 – The couple behind their established design firm, and popular design blog Velvet and Linen, talk about their projects and most recent book release, Patina Living.
About Theta Charity Antiques Show
Founded in 1952 by the Houston Alumnae Chapter of Kappa Alpha Theta, the Theta Charity Antiques Show brings together top exhibitors, designers, collectors, and admirers of fine arts and décor for a three-day show that benefits deserving local charities. Since its inaugural event at the Shamrock Hotel in Downtown, the Theta Charity Antiques Show has donated nearly $8 million to cultural, community, educational, and medical causes in Houston.
This year’s Theta Charity Antiques Show will also raise proceeds benefiting four permanent organizations (Bayou Bend Collections and Gardens, Child Advocates, Kappa Alpha Theta Foundation, and Texas Children’s Cancer and Hematology Centers) as well as seven beneficiaries chosen for the 2019 Show (Amazing Place, Bo’s Place, Camp for All, Holly Hall, Nick Finnegan Counseling Center, The Rise School, and The Rose).
2019 Theta Charity Antiques Show at GRB Convention Center
- Dates: Friday, November 22 through Sunday, November 24, 2019
- Times: Friday and Saturday 10am to 6pm; Sunday noon to 6pm
- Location: George R. Brown Convention Center, 1001 Avenida De Las Americas, Houston, TX 77010
- Parking: Paid lot and street parking is available in the surrounding area
- Admission: Tickets are $25 and include access to all Show events, including speakers and dealer talks. Preview Party admission ranges from $50 to $250. Click here for more information and to purchase tickets.
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