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Chalk on the Walk - Information for Artists
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2018 Chalk on the Walk Artist FormCalling All Artists!

Show Your Talent

Win Prizes!

 

2021 Artist Registration Form (Click here to open)

 

 

 

 

2021 cash prizes: An esteemed panel of judges will award  prizes for First ($500), Second ($300) and Third ($200) places.  Additonal prizes will be awarded to those selected in our "People's Choice" voting.

 

Complete the registration form and email it to chalk@cambridgerotary.org.

 

Drawing is done directly on the asphalt – just like graffiti or you can submit other media like painting, textile or photograph.  Let your imagination run wild. Reproduce a renaissance painting, or a family photograph, or create a fantasy landscape, or a cartoon, or portrait – whatever of drama and color and beauty and fun the artist.  

 

Artist Information - contact Joe Kobialka at 617-974-5336 or chalk@cambridgerotary.org.

 

Important Suggestions:

  • We encourage street painters to sign their work at the bottom of the drawing. To help us identify photos, please write your name next to the Square Number next to your drawing.
     
  • If you are reproducing an image originally created by another artist (living or deceased), it is important to credit the original artist and the title at the base of your drawing.
     
  • Artwork must be appropriate for public viewing. 
     
  • Chalk on the Walk is entitled to photograph and reproduce the street painting for purposes of historical record and future publicity.