For more than 135 years, Saint Luke’s has been at the heart of Kansas City health care. Just like the Country Club Plaza, we’re a Kansas City original. That’s why we’re honored to support another longtime tradition, the Plaza Art Fair. Visit us at the fair!
Relax and refresh in our tent, located at the heart of the fair.
Visit our Nursing Mother’s Lounge at re located at the corner of Nichols Road and Wyandotte. Enjoy a private, comfortable space to nurse or bottle-feed your baby. Open Saturday 10 a.m.-8 p.m. and Sunday 11 a.m.-4 p.m.
Take a picture with our giant GO LIFE sculptures and photo wall.
Stop by our tent for balloons and prizes throughout the fair.
Enter to win original artwork from this year's featured artist.
Saint Luke's is also the proud provider of first-aid services during the Plaza Art Fair.
Nelson Street STUDIO
Come build with Egyptian blocks and take inspired selfies at the photo op of Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art booth! We are celebrating Queen Nefertari: Eternal Egypt, a remarkable exhibition that opens at the museum this fall. You will see hieroglyphs, animals and insects, and gods and goddesses depicted on cardboard building blocks. Sign up to be a member of the museum, and discover member benefits for the fall season. Again this year, buy the new Charlie Hustle Art & Soul tee shirts before they are gone!
ArtsKC – Regional Arts Council and Saint Luke’s Health System have partnered to present Experience ArtsKC – an immersive arts experience at the Plaza Art Fair. Fair-goers are encouraged to visit booths representing 16 local arts agencies located on Broadway north of Nichols Road. Discover great community arts events and organizations that Kansas City has to offer year-round!
Experience ArtsKC Participants:
The Coterie Theatre
Metropolitan Community College
Arrowhead Arts Collection
Nerman Museum of Contemporary Art
Carlsen Center – Johnson County Community College
Kansas City Symphony
Kansas City Ballet
Bach Aria Soloists
The American Theatre Guild
Heart of America Shakespeare Festival
Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art
Stage Right Performing Arts
pembroke hill school
It’s art for the mind and body in the Pembroke Hill Children’s Art Booth! Pedal a bicycle while you spin art; explore the sensory table; capture the magical scarves; contribute to a community yarn art piece: and settle your inner self with Zen-like coloring activities. A perfect combination - Pedal. Paint. Play.
additional broadway PARTNERS:
Humane Society of Greater Kansas City