One hundred highly respected and renowned international exhibitors are expected to showcase an extensive selection of fine art, antiques and jewelry at the Dallas International Art Show this coming weekend.
More than two hundred thousand individual items will be on display for purchase. Come see the extensive selection: Silver, Asian Art & Antiquities, Furniture, Porcelain, Ceramics & Pottery, Objets D’Art, Antique & Fine Jewelry, Paintings, Textiles, Sculpture, Watches, Clocks, Oriental Carpets, Art Glass, Bronzes, Political Memorabilia, Antique Armor, Nostalgia, Other Antiquities & 20th Century Design.
The Texas Cultural Trust will be honored at the Exclusive Opening Night Preview Event for the DALLAS International Art, Antique & Jewelry Show. Since 1995, the Texas Cultural Trust has been promoting the importance of the arts by educating children and sustaining the vibrant Texas economy through awareness, outreach, economic research, and the development of an art and digital literacy curriculum for public school students. Programs of the Texas Cultural Trust include the biennial Texas Medal of Arts Awards, the Young Masters Program, Create Texas, Art of Economic Development, Art & Digital Literacy Curriculum, Adventures in the ARTS-a children’s book, Texas Women for the Arts, and Founders for the Arts.
“The Texas Cultural Trust and Texas Women for the Arts are proud to partner with this outstanding organization, and pleased to be the featured charitable organization for this year’s show,” said Karen Oswalt, chair of the Texas Cultural Trust Board of Directors. “The Dallas show is a great opportunity for collaboration in support of the cultural arts across the state.”
A highlight of this year’s show will be the “Designers Showcase” honoring DIFFA Dallas 2013, curated by local esteemed interior designer, John Bobbitt. The exhibit will feature several room vignettes created by Bobbitt and other top interior designers including Joe Minton and Marianna Riley Stephens. The designers will utilize fine art, furniture, and decorative accessories from exhibitors in the show to create beautiful spaces that exemplify how antiques integrate into today’s lifestyles.
“What makes this show so unique is that it brings together some of the world’s most elite galleries in a location that couldn’t be more fitting for an event of this nature,” said Scott Diament, President and CEO of the Palm Beach Show Group. “It is with great pleasure that we will honor the Texas Cultural Trust and their continued contributions to cultural arts in the great state of Texas.”
The Dallas International Art, Antique & Jewelry Show is a from November 8th through November 12th at Dallas Market Hall and open to the public. Tickets are only $15/day or $25 for the whole weekend.
- Friday, November 9th: 11am – 7pm
- Saturday, November 10th: 11am – 7pm
- Sunday, November 11th: 11am-7pm
- Monday, November 12th: 11am-6pm