frequently asked questions
Who are the Exhibiting Artists?
Only the best original fine art is represented at our shows. Categories include Drawing, Pastel, Mixed Media, Oil & Acrylic, Printmaking, Watercolor and Sculpture. 145 fine artists are chosen for each show, representing a diversity of styles. Once the jurying process is completed, the selected artists are listed on our website.
When is the show?
Friday, June 2, 2023 - 11am to 6pm
Saturday, June 3, 2023 - 11am to 6pm
Sunday, June 4, 2023 - 11am to 5pm
Where is the show?
Rittenhouse Square Park in Philadelphia PA
Known as "the square," the park is widely considered one of the finest urban public spaces in the United States.
The square cuts off 19th Street at Walnut Street and also at a half block above Manning Street. Its boundaries are 18th Street to the East, Walnut St. to the north, Rittenhouse Square West (a north-south boundary street), and Rittenhouse Square South (an east-west boundary street), making the park approximately two short blocks on each side.
Is there an admission fee?
The show is FREE for all to enjoy. There has never been an admission fee, and there never will be!
Is there a map of the show?
The professional artists line the perimeter of the park, while the students and community involvement partners fill the center of the square.
Is there a show program available?
A full program with map and list of artists is available at the show. Look for our show program at each of the twelve entrances to the square.
Where can I park?
If you want to utilize metered parking. Download the app prior to arrival.
What else can I do after I see the show?
Philadelphia is rich in history, culture and the arts - the perfect place to host a fine art show and a great place for the entire family to visit and enjoy. The Rittenhouse Square Fine Art Show can be the centerpiece for a fantastic family visit - for the day, weekend or longer.
Great dining and hotel accommodations surround Rittenhouse Square, with shopping and world class museums, art galleries and other attractions in the immediate vicinity.