Rodger Francis entered the professional division of the 2019 Capital Chalk Art Fair not to win, but to make a statement. This year’s event will be virtual, with participants decorating their own driveway or sidewalk and submitting photos of the finished piece. News Tribune file photo This year’s Capital Chalk Art Competition will look a bit different.
In past years, this outdoor event attracted people to come and decorate a boring piece of concrete or asphalt with original creations. But with ongoing public health concerns surrounding the global pandemic, the event this year is going virtual.
Leann Porrello, cultural arts specialist, […]