Chalk it up: Chelsea Chalk Art Contest

. June 30, 2018.
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Chelsea invites you to cover the streets with color this summer. The Chalk Art Contest features fanciful chalk art creations by artists young and old, novice and master, in a vibrant display of city love. The event is part of the Chelsea’s Sights and Sounds Festival, July 26-28. Competing artists get one 5’x5’ pavement space, a t-shirt and a box of chalk. Pre-Registration required by July 13, 2018 to be eligible for prizes

$25 for competing artists | Saturday, July 28 | 8am-4pm. Downtown Chelsea
Register 
at www.chelseafestivals.com/chalk-art

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