Fourth Annual Chalkfest Scheduled for September 13th

Tulsa Chalkfest is a fun-filled annual event for kids and adults to make the streets of downtown Tulsa come alive with art.

The streets of Tulsa’s Deco District will come alive during the Fourth Annual Chalkfest on Saturday, September 13, 2014 from 11:00 a.m. until 6:00 p.m., produced by the Tulsa Deco District Association (). This family-friendly, fun and colorful event is a great way to continue to show Tulsa that downtown is alive and thriving.

There are two ways to participate:

Be a street muralist:
There are three categories: High school, Adult and Professional. Artists will be given a 10’x10’ square of asphalt on which do produce a mural. The artwork must be approved prior to the day of the festival. On event day, the artist will receive $25 to cover the cost of your supplies. There are no budget restrictions for participants but any addition cost will not be covered by . This year each category will draw in three different time slots. High school students are from 10am-2pm, Adults at 11am-3pm and Professionals from 12-4pm. Participants should plan to arrive an hour before their time slot to check in. Judging will begin at 4:00 p.m. and prizes and ribbons will be given out at 5p.m.

Have a booth to sell your art:
Participating artists will be provided room for a 10 × 10 booth sell original pieces of artwork like oils, giclee, pottery, photography, jewelry, etc. The booth space fee is $25 you will provide any needed tables or tents. You keep all the proceeds of the day, are responsible for paying your Oklahoma sales tax.

Forms to participate are available online at More information is available by contacting Pat Kroblin at or by calling 918-260-7680. Artists registration deadline is September 5, 2014.

This family-friendly event will be centered around 5th and Boston in downtown Tulsa and also feature several bands and other activities.

Updated 07-26-2014

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