HOT ART, COOL NIGHTS A Mid-City Merchants Art Festival

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Apr 06 2016

HOT ART, COOL NIGHTS A Mid-City Merchants Art Festival

The 13th annual Baton Rouge Mid-City Merchants sponsored spring art festival, “Hot Art, Cool Nights”, will be held on Friday night, May 6 2016, from 6 p.m. until 10 p.m. This spring art festival is a premier event for the city. Participating businesses will be filled with thousands of shoppers, artists, musicians and art and music lovers.

During the event, Mid-City businesses sponsor local artists showcasing their original work. Some will be well known artists and some will showcase new and never before seen talent. Participants are sure to see various mediums and styles of art from works of sculptors, painters, jewelry designers, photographers, live music and more.

Participating businesses include: Abat-Jour Interiors, Aladdin’s Lamp Antiques, Atomic Pop Shop, Bistro Byronz, Brewbachers Grill, Brew Ha Ha!, Caffery Gallery, Calandro’s Supermarket, Create Studios, Culinary Productions, Cutrone’s Barber Shop, DH-Promotions, Elizabethan Gallery, Giraphic Prints, Gouter Restaurant, House of Jamba, Laurin Maier State Farm Agency, Mid City Redevelopment Alliance, Monjunis Italian Café & Grocery, Mosaic Garden, Nature’s Gallery, Painting With a Twist, Radio Bar, Red Stick Spice Company, Reginelli’s Pizzeria, Ritter Maher Architects, Rotolo’s Pizzeria, Rue Cou Cou, Sabai Jewelry Gallery, Sally’s Circa 1857, Shavarsh K Jewelry Design Shop, Shoppers Value Foods, Simple Joe Café, Soiree By Bustle, Studio C, Superior Grill & Bar, The Guru, The Pink Elephant Antiques, Theatre Baton Rouge, Time Warp Boutique, Whitney Bank, Wooden Haven Furniture Company, Yvette Marie’s café, and Victoria’s Toy Station.

Mid-City is truly the most unique art and design district of the city. Its area spans from I-10 to Lobdell Avenue and from Claycut/Broussard to Florida Blvd/North St. Shuttle bus transportation will be available or you may just want to stroll along Government Street and take in the art and excitement.

Proceeds from the art festival will help purchase public art for the Mid-City area of Baton Rouge.

For more information, please email Check out Mid-City Merchants Facebook page for participating merchants their featured artwork and artists.

Let art arise! Come out and have a wonderful evening with us!