Chalk it up: Chelsea Chalk Art Contest

. June 30, 2018.

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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