Art shows and events
Images courtesy of the Washington Winter Show

The Washington Winter Show, the Washington Antiques Show, was founded in 1955 for the purpose of raising funds for local charities serving the needs of at-risk children and families by sponsoring an annual show devoted to antiques and fine arts.

This year’s Washington Winter Show will spotlight a number of high-profile tastemakers within the arts and design world including:

  • Bronson van Wyck: Celebrity event designer and producer
  • Whitney Robinson: Editor-in-chief of ELLE DECOR
  • Leanne Ford: Star of HGTV
  • Sarah Bartholomew & Eddie Ross: Celebrated interior designers

2019 Washington Winter Show Highlights:

  • Takes place January 10–13
  • Location: American University’s Katzen Center
  • Over 40 dealers from across the US and Europe
  • Tickets starting at $25 for general admission
  • Luncheon hosted by celebrated event designer and producer, Bronson van Wyck
  • Designer Panel moderated by Whitney Robinson, Editor-in-Chief of ELLE DECOR
  • Saturday lecture hosted by William Allman, former White House curator
  • Loan exhibit provided by George Washington’s Mount Vernon, themed around elegant entertaining
  • Show benefits three local charities: the Founders Board of St. John’s Community Service, the Bishop T. Walker School for Boys, and THEARC.

For more information about the Washington Winter Show, visit

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