Antique Rug & Textile Show: ARTS

WE ARE BACK!  ARTS San Francisco is returning for our 12th annual show!

Visit us this year from Friday December 3rd to Sunday December 5th  2021 at… 

The Capri
2015 Greenwich St
San Francisco, California

Our venue is under contract and will be available for our dealers only. If you will be visiting San Francisco from out of town and would like to know about nearby places to stay please contact us.

Over the last decade ARTS has become the leading venue in both the US and internationally for authentic and unique antique rugs and ethnographic textiles  and an annual highlight for collectors and dealers alike. Top international dealers will be participating in the ARTS Dealers’ Row.  Ask about our seminars for collectors and those new to collecting antique rugs and textiles.

Please RSVP for our opening reception and early buying, Friday December 3, 2021 at 2:30 pm. Dinner and refreshments served from 5:00 pm. Our traditional dinner buffet will have to be significantly altered due to the covid situation. We are taking precautions together with our caterer to facilitate a safe and delicious meal!

Please use the PayPal link or send a check to our mailbox.  The cost is $25 when you RSVP or $40 at the door. Student groups, please contact us for complimentary entry information. We reserve the right to refuse service or admittance to anyone.

Pay with a credit card through PayPal:

Please make checks out to ‘ARTAA’ and send to:

ARTAA (Antique Rug & Textile Arts Association)
2055 Sacramento St #607
San Francisco CA 94109

Please note, while we are extremely grateful at the level of anticipation that ARTS is generating, we kindly advise visitors that browsing before the show officially begins or during setup will not be permitted.

Admittance is free and open to the public Saturday, December 4th from 10:00 am to 8:00 pm and Sunday, December 5th from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm.

Join us this year for an ARTS special exhibition! 

Our theme exhibition is still being organized. We have an idea in mind concerning tribal bagfaces that should appeal to the rug collecting community. Stay tuned!

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