A Louisville Tradition: Art, Food and Fun
St. James Court Art Show Sept. 30 – Oct. 2, 2022
by Mike Hall
Houses along St. James Court, including the Conrad-Caldwell House (upper left) and the Dodd House (lower left). (Broken Sidewalk; Courtesy Google)
From clay to wood, more than 600 artists from across the country will inhabit a four-block radius in Old Louisville during the St. James Court Art Show Sept. 30 - Oct. 2.
This popular and historical Louisville event is one reason to love living and working in a city that appreciates culture.
St. James Court Art Show features artists who work in 17 different mediums along with food vendors to keep you refreshed and on the go all day.
The art show began in 1957 to preserve the St. James Court fountain. It worked and within 10 years, the show’s attendance had grown to 40,000. The art show continues to spur growth in the St. James Court and around Old Louisville.
If you attend the event this autumn and fall in love with the area (the architecture of Old Louisville is stunning), talk to a Red Edge agent about setting up a special search feature to send you homes for sale in that area. We’d love to help you!...