FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
What are the boundaries of the Carthage Historic Downtown Art Walk?
For the purposes of the Carthage Art Walk, the square district is defined as the Carthage Square and one block off from Second Street to Fifth Street and Lyon to Howard and all locations within those streets as formed in a square.
What time does Carthage Historic Downtown Art Walk begin?
Carthage Art Walk begins at 6:00 p.m. and ends at 9:00 p.m. every Fourth Friday of the month between April and September. Businesses with storefronts may stay open later than 9 p.m. Our committee would love to promote after-hours activities!
How do I get involved?
We have a tab for that! Visit our Get Involved page for registration and sponsorship information. Visit the artist and venue pages for the complete list and the most current information on attending artists and participating galleries for the upcoming art walk. Don’t forget to also check out our Facebook page where we will introduce you to many of our artists and let you know about special activities throughout the year. Or contact Wendi Douglas email@example.com at the Carthage CVB 417-359-8181 with additional questions.
What time can I set-up?
Designated streets close at 3:30pm. Set Up time is 4:30pm.
Can my organization come and give freebies during the event?
Please check in with the committee; do not distribute free food or drink items without committee and health department approval. Any participant in Carthage Art Walk may distribute free non-edible items.
What happens if it rains?
Carthage Art Walk happens RAIN, SNOW, OR SHINE! Even in pouring rain, our fans love to explore the Historic Carthage Square and see our artists. Our committee will never cancel any portion of Art Walk.
What does Carthage Art Walk need to sustain this event?
This event is truly a community effort! We are always in need of volunteers, sponsors, and space on the Square for artists and performers. Let us know if you would like to support Carthage Art Walk.
Have questions or want additional updates?
Wendi Douglas, Carthage Convention & Visitor’s Bureau, Executive Director