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3rd Street Section St James Court Art Show

PO Box 3012
Louisville,  KY 40201

Phone: (502) 386-8093

3rd Street Section St James Court Art Show

More than 350,000 people visit the Art Show every year which is held in the heart of historic Old Louisville, which boasts one of the largest collection of Victorian homes in the country. Old Louisville is an elegant backdrop for this display of fine arts. Event organizers work diligently to cater to all artistic preferences and budgets. The result is a tasteful selection of high quality original works that include paintings, sculpture, pottery,leather, woodcrafts, photography, textiles, glass art and other fine arts. Admission is free and this outdoor event is held rain or shine. No pets, please.

3rd Street Section St James Court Art Show is one of the 6 sections of SJCAS. We welcome artist and patrons from around the country and globe.

The 3rd Street Section of the St. James Court Art Show has 110 artists within the show of over 750 artists which is sponsored by 5 non-profit neighborhood associations. This is a juried fine arts and fine crafts show which is produced in a residential area in the Old Louisville Historic District located in downtown Louisville Kentucky. The 3rd Street Section accommodates parking directly behind the artist booths in most cases. The 3rd Street Section Jury awards their own prizes to the section's top 3 artists-a free booth for the following year and $1000 for 1st, $750 for 2nd, and $500 for 3rd. The show has won numerous awards-including #1 Fine Art and Craft show in the country by Sunshine Artist magazines "200 Best" list, September 2007 & 2010!-and continues to attract artists and visitors from all over the world for the 1st weekend in October.

This year's show is October 5th, 6th and 7th. Artist registration is Thursday September 4th from 8 am to 8pm. Invited artists should refer to their email for more information.

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