Mid-City Artisans
A Retail Gallery and Art Learning Center

 

Open every day except Monday!  

Featuring the works of over 115 regional Louisiana artisans in our indoor retail gallery.

We now have locally made

jellies and jams.

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EVENTS - (See our public calendar below or Events page for schedule.)

                    August: 7th:  Art Day and Poetry Reading / Slam

                                  27 - 29: a weekend with Dusty Reed, the Cajun Picasso!

                    September/December:

                                 11th: KID's MAKERS MARKET!

CLASSES - (See our Classes page for specific classes for either kids or adults

                   Painting, Pottery, Jewelry, Beading, Photography, Furniture Rescue, Collage, etc 

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If you are an artisan and want to learn more click I'm an Artisan.

 

Please call the store if you are interested in items from our Instagram feed below or see our Online Gallery to purchase select items online.

Mid-City Artisans Store Hours

Sunday: 12 - 5pm

Monday: Closed

Tuesday:  10am - 7pm

Wednesday: 10am - 6pm

Thursday: 10am-8pm

Friday: 10am - 8 pm

Saturday: 9am - 4pm

Mid-City Artisans Location

516 Moore St Suite 101  (Corner of Government St in Square 46)

Baton Rouge  LA 70806

225 412 2802

info@mid-cityartisans.com 

Parking in the rear and in Letterman's parking lot on Saturday & Sunday only.

 

Supporting the Arts

For our customers:

  • Great selection of locally made items from over 110 artisans. We have body products, books, jelly, furniture, glass decor, jewelry, metal works, paintings, pottery, resin art, sculptures, woodworking, and much more.

  • Accept custom orders: We work with you and the artisan to create exactly the piece you are looking for.

  • Weekly Meet the Artisans day where you can meet the person who actually made the piece you purchased or are considering. They will be happy to answer any questions about their work and craft.

  • Workshops and classes where you can learn special techniques and how to create your own art.

  • Rotating Student Art Shows from various different schools.

  • Student Workshops and classes where students can learn more about the different arts directly from our Artisans.

For our artisans:

  • Creative merchandising and marketing of your creations with no out of pocket cost to you.

  • Meet the Artisans days will help promote you and your art.

  • Teaching opportunities in the schools and in small classes.