Let's go to Pasadena Chalk Art Festival.
We will meet at 1pm at The Paseo. I will post more detail once I got there that day.
If you have any questions on the day of, please TEXT ME. Do NOT post on the website, as I might not be able to check all the time, bad connection, etc.
They also have car show and concerts
History of Madonnari
For centuries artists (known in Italy as “Madonnari” or street painters) have painted beautiful images on the boulevards and squares of great cities, using the pavements as the street surfaces as their canvas. After World War II, scores of itinerant artists made their living from the unique art of street painting. Currently prestigious cultural festivals in Europe, North and South America celebrate this traditional art form and have become popular attractions for artists, art lovers and people from all walks of life.
History of the Pasadena Chalk Festival
The Pasadena Chalk Festival began in Protected content a summer intern at the Light Bringer Project attended a street painting festival in Paris and brought back her amazing pictures and observations. The first “Chalk on the Walk” took place at Centennial Square at Pasadena City Hall with over Protected content artists participating in the first Los Angeles-area event.
In Protected content , The Pasadena Chalk Festival was officially named the largest street painting festival by the Guinness World Record,
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