Airstream Fine Art Invitational

The second annual Airstream Fine Art Invitational will take place from May 30 – June 3, 2017 at our headquarters in Jackson Center, Ohio. The show will run in conjunction with Alumapalooza, the annual gathering of hundreds of Airstream enthusiasts.

Show Hours:
Tuesday, May 30 from 9AM-4PM
Wednesday, May 31 from 9AM-4PM
Thursday, June 1 from 9AM-4PM
Friday, June 2 from 9AM-4PM
Saturday, June 3 from 9AM-2PM

The show will be held in the Touring Coach Production Facility, located on the south side of 274.

While you’re here, take part in the factory tour! Tours are given Monday – Friday at 2PM. Additional tours will be given at 10AM on Thursday, June 1 and Friday, June 2.

Join the Western Ohio Watercolor Society on the morning of Saturday, June 3 for a Quick Draw. More information can be found at

About Alumapalooza

Alumapalooza® is an annual event held at the Airstream, Inc. factory in Jackson Center, Ohio! Produced with the support of Airstream, Inc., Airstream Life magazine, and other sponsors, it is five days of Airstream fun. Each year Alumapalooza is different, but generally includes camping, seminars, entertainment, door prizes, gifts, factory tours, a group meal or two, and unlimited socializing.

Airstream owners from all over the country travel to Alumapalooza every year to socialize with other Airstreamers and learn more about the Airstream company and its products.

Meet the Judge

James H. Nottage, Vice President and Chief Curatorial Officer, joined the Eiteljorg staff in 2001 and also serves as Gund Curator of Western Art. He was founding Chief Curator at the Autry National Center in Los Angeles; earlier, he worked for the Kansas State Historical Society and was a graduate research fellow at the Smithsonian Institution.

He has curated or developed more than 100 special exhibitions and authored or contributed to over twenty books. Nottage was named an outstanding alumnus at the University of Wyoming in 2011 where he earned BA and MA degrees. He also has an MA in Museum Studies from the Cooperstown Graduate Program and is a graduate of the Getty Leadership Institute for Museum Management.

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