Today marked the 60th anniversary for the St. James Court Art Show here in Louisville. The show continues all weekend and features over 700 artists from around the country and in many different medias. Everything from clay to clothes to photography will be represented. The festival also provides one scholarship per year to a talented high school student studying art. The festival takes up multiple blocks in the Old Louisville neighborhood near Central Park and street closure information is available for the area.
Parking is available around town and shuttles are provided from some of the garages or patrons can look at for TARC schedules that go to the area. If you are considering visiting the show this weekend, you should know that the show will go on rain or shine. Be sure to dress appropriately and be prepared for the rain. Admission is free and the event is open to everyone. On Saturday, the show opens at 10 AM and goes until 6 PM and on Sunday, the show opens at 10 AM and goes until 5 PM. Even though the festival is outside, please leave your pets at home as they will not be admitted into the show area.