3D Pavement Art

The 2015 Chalk Festival details and dates will be available February 2015. About the Festival & 3D Street Painting The Chalk Festival started in 2007 in Sarasota, Florida but it wasn’t until 2009 that the first 3D pavement art appeared at the festival. By 2010, three teams were invited to create…

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Traditional Pavement Art

The 2015 Chalk Festival details and dates will be available February 2015. Featured Street Painters that use chalk as their medium and the road surface as their canvas. Each artist, on average, chalks for 12 hours over three days of the festival, generally Friday, Saturday and completing a 12’x12′ painting…

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Student Chalk Block

The 2015 Chalk Festival details and dates will be available February 2015. Students are an integral part of the Chalk Festival and are encouraged to participate as a performing artist. They bring fresh creative energy, ideas, strategy and style to their performance as emerging artists. They develop new skills such…

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Children’s Chalk Block

The 2015 Chalk Festival details and dates will be available February 2015. The Children’s Chalk Block is family affair – an interactive and playful area dedicated to free chalking for the young and the young-at-heart. The area is usually available Saturday and Sunday during the festival. At the Children’s Chalk…

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Viewing Day of Completed Artwork

The 2015 Chalk Festival details and dates will be available February 2015. The Chalk Festival is a performance festival where the public is an integral part of the creative process by showing up as the viewer. Visitors are able to see the entire process from beginning to completion and all…

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