This year marks the 50th Anniversary of the Cathedral Antiques Show! Beginning January 20 - January 24, 2021, Atlanta-area neighbors and guests will visit the Cathedral of St. Philip to explore the worlds of antiques, architecture, art, florals and design.
The Chair of the 2021 Show is Anne Matthews, and Caroline Wallace is our Co-Chair, with our Honorary Chairs, Sam and Boog Candler and our Honorary Architectural and Design Chair, Norman Askins.
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Our thoughts are with those who have been affected by COVID-19, and we are closely monitoring the impacts of COVID-19 and how they may affect the 50th Anniversary Cathedral Antiques Show. We will ensure updates are given as soon as possible. You may also refer to our social channels for updates!
January 21 - 23
Be the first to see the 50th anniversary Show! This gala party offers attendees first choice of fine period furniture, art, jewelry and accessories and a viewing of the beautiful Flower Festival. Enjoy wine and delicious food and stroll the Cathedral, known for its fabulous architecture and adorned in a floral display.
We look forward to welcoming many of our favorite dealers back to the 50th anniversary Show, along with some exciting new faces.
Quality and variety are the heart of the Show, where our visitors will delight in a fabulous selection of authenticated period furniture, interesting and unique items for personalizing home decor, fine art and estate jewelry in the Show's uniquely gracious atmosphere.
See the best in floral design: masterpieces of classic style and examples of the latest trends.
50th Anniversary Tour of Homes
Step into a world of timeless style as five of some of Atlanta's most beautiful residences are opened to the public for just one day.
Addresses and schedule to be announced later.
City of Refuge (COR) was founded by Bruce Deel in 1997 with a mission to transform the lives of individuals and communities in Atlanta and beyond. The faith-based nonprofit is housed in a 210,000-square-foot warehouse on the Westside in the 30314 zip code: a neighborhood where 60% of murders in Atlanta happen and nearly 40% of the residents live below the federal poverty line.
COR is a leader in the business of social transformation and continuously works to empower and equip individuals with the tools to succeed. Since its founding, COR has helped more than 20,000 people return to self-sufficiency by focusing on four key impact areas: health and wellness, housing, vocational training and youth development. In 2019 alone, COR placed 485 individuals in jobs, 455 individuals in permanent housing and served 350,000 meals.
Through its holistic approach, COR is able to meet immediate and long-term needs for individuals – all under “one roof” – from childcare to education to safe housing for victims of sex trafficking and more. To achieve its goals, COR has formed partnerships with several organizations such as NAPA, the Westside Future Fund, Mercy Care and Bright Futures Atlanta.
The grant received from the 2021 Cathedral Antiques Show will go toward renovating the 180 Degree Kitchen, a fully operational culinary environment where meals are prepped and served three times a day, 365 days a year. Over the past 12 years, more than two million meals have been served from the 180 Degree Kitchen. It also acts as a training center for students in the Culinary Arts vocational training program, one of COR’s most successful and longest-running programs.