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Success @ Chalk the Walk Central Coast 2020

Chalk the Walk Central Coast 2020 was a great success! The crowds came out to have fun in the sun and interact with the 3D artworks created by Anton Pulvirenti, Leo Uribe,  Rudy Kistler, Mealie B and Dom Intelisano at Waterfront Plaza, The Entrance. From sharing an ice cream with Mealie’s vivacious crab, feeling the chill on Anton’s ice cubes to catching some speed on Rudy’s skateboard – locals had a blast posing with the artworks and speaking with the artists about how they create 3d street art. Local artists chalked up their own original artworks on the day and had o

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Calling all local Central Coast artists!

We are looking for up to 10 local artists (18 years and over) to Chalk the Walk with us and bring Waterfront Plaza at The Entrance alive with colour. You will be given the opportunity to attend a 2 hour workshop at The Entrance Lake House with master 3D artist, Anton Pulvirenti, a chalk pastel starter kit, followed by a day to create your own pavement artwork based on the theme ‘Fun in the Sun’ at Waterfront Plaza, The Entrance. No previous experience with chalk is necessary – all levels of experience welcome! *ENTRY IS FREE*Exclusive Chalk the Walk Artist breakf

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Coming soon! Chalk the Walk Central Coast 2020

Returning to Waterfront Plaza, The Entrance - Chalk the Walk is ready to have fun in the sun on the Central Coast. Last year’s event was a hit with locals and visitors, and artists alike. Feedback from last year was "More, more, more 3D artworks ". You want more, you’re getting more! This year's program features 3D Artists Anton Pulvirenti, Leo Uribe, Rudy Kistler, Mealie B, and Dom Intelisano . We’ll be working with local artists and the public to create chalk artworks in an open-air studio. Join us for live music, children’s activities, and plenty

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Kurt Wenner – Recreating Creativity

While at Sarasota Chalk Festival I attended a lecture on creativity by Master Artist, Kurt Wenner and almost 3 weeks later I'm still thinking about it.  Here's a very brief summary that touches on a few points that were discussed as well as a few images that demonstrate Wenner's creativity.   In his lecture Wenner discussed how society is starting to realise that creativity is a vital part of human intelligence that may determine the success or failure of an individual or even of a nation in the next decades. But, he questions, how can creativity be incorporated into edu