Chalk It Up is a significant fundraiser for the nonprofit Artpace, which is known for its international residency program.
Join in with your community to color the streets of downtown San Antonio along Main Avenue and Houston Street on Oct. 13 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
The 14th annual Artpace Chalk It Up brought San Antonians in their thousands downtown.
If cultural equity is in the air, it finds expression in the chalk dust that will color San Antonio’s downtown streets.
The 17th annual Centropolitan Awards celebrated the food, innovation, places, events, and people that shape the landscape of downtown San Antonio.
The streets and sidewalks for several blocks of East Houston Street turned into canvases on Saturday as hundreds of children, adults, musicians, and artists, took to the streets to draw colorful chalk designs, stencil works, and portraits for Artpace’s 13th annual Chalk It Up event.
On the rooftop of Artpace Wednesday, students from the Henry Ford Academy Alameda School for Art and Design were making chalk drawings as a preview of what’s to come at the 13th annual Chalk It Up art festival on Saturday, Oct.
The 13th annual Chalk It Up festival, which transforms historic Houston Street into a canvas on which both professional and hobby artists can unleash their creativity, will return to downtown on Saturday, Oct.
Chalk-stained hands were commonplace downtown this Saturday as kids, parents, and artists spread vibrant colors across Houston Street during Artpace’s Chalk It Up, a free festival of contemporary art.
On Saturday, Oct.