The 56th annual St. James Court Art Show is taking place today through Sunday in Louisville. Here’s the view from my front porch:
And here’s another one:
There is a steady parade of people, far more than what I saw last year. And this is supposed to be the slow day.
Here’s a brief description:
The St. James Court Art Show® is a juried fine arts and fine crafts show that hosts an impressive 750 artists from North America. Held in the heart of historic Old Louisville among the country’s largest collection of Victorian homes, the St. James Court Art Show® has for over five decades provided our neighborhood, city and state with a rich cultural and artistic legacy.
It really must be fancy. It has that little “R” with the circle around it.
As I have during the past couple of years, I helped some of the artists set up their tents. Lots of familiar faces. And on Sunday, I’ll help them take their tents down. I’ll plan to walk around the whole show today. Maybe pick up a few items along the way. That is, if I can get through the teeming masses.
There are two annual events in Louisville that draw huge crowds. I will see more people pass in front of my house than the number of people who attend the Kentucky Derby. That’s how big this is.
- Top Ten Art Festivals in the US (buriedadventures.com)