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Waterfront Plaza to Become Giant Chalk Art Canvas
Locals and visitors are invited to engage with an interactive pavement gallery featuring a large 3D artwork and an additional six pieces by renowned master street artist, Anton Pulvirenti, and a further 10 chalk masterpieces produced by local artists.
Central Coast Council Unit Manager Community Partnerships, Glenn Cannard said 'Chalk the Walk' will be an exciting celebration of this unique form of street art.
"People of all ages and interests will appreciate this great event that showcases the work of a master street artist and incredible local talent," Mr Cannard said.
"Chalk art lets artists use the pavement as their canvas and sees physical spaces temporarily transformed in amazing ways.
"Head down to The Entrance and experience this year's chalk art - interact with the art and enjoy the live music and entertainment throughout the day."
Mayor Lisa Matthews said Chalk the Walk will offer a number of different ways for the community to become part of the creative streetscape.
"Children of all ages are free to go wild and express themselves on the chalkboard snake, and there'll be an opportunity for 10 local artists to take part in the event," Mayor Matthews said.
"We invite the community to grab their cameras, head down to The Entrance and 'strike a pose' in front of some of the most creative artworks you will ever see on the pavement."
'Chalk the Walk' event
Saturday 22 February, 2020
Waterfront Plaza, The Entrance
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