Amplify: VIBES Edmond’s First Thursday July 7 Features “Chalk Up Downtown Edmond”
VIBES Edmond’s First Thursdays invites attendees to join chalk artists in covering the sidewalks of Downtown Edmond with colorful and creative chalk art!
Join five chalk artists: Chandler Domingos, Theresa Hutlberg, Al Lovett of FLWR PWR OKC, Sara Sharp and Sat as they create chalk artwork on the public sidewalks of Downtown Edmond. In addition to these artist creating pieces, there will be multiple locations setup throughout DTE with chalk encouraging attendees to join the fun and add their own artwork. This event is free for all ages to participate in and enjoy.
Check out the other excellent features at the July VIBES, including the high-flying feats of Scissortail Flying Co., street dancing by the Groovemeant Community in front of Vault 405, a duo performance by Edgar Cruz and Stan Carrier at the corner of 1st and Broadway, and all the visual and performing artists. Stay up to date on all the monthly features by following @Edmond_Vibes on Instagram or the www.edmondvibes.org website.
Don’t forget to participate in the VIBES Visa Challenge happening each month! Attendees can pick up a VIBES Visa Challenge “task card” from participating downtown businesses, complete any variation of tasks listed on the back, and return it to the drop-box located at the Edmond Fine Arts to enter the challenge. Tasks include visiting visual artists and businesses, making purchases from any VIBES business or artist, or posting on social media using the hashtag #VIBESVISA. Monthly prize packages vary but include gift cards, original art, and VIBES merchandise. A new winner is selected each month!
VIBES, Edmond’s First Thursdays is a program of the Fine Arts Institute, Edmond’s nonprofit community arts organization providing visual and performing art classes for children and adults year-round, and the 3rd and 4th grade Art in Schools Program in Edmond Public Schools. For more information, visit EdmondFineArts.com or call 405-340-4481. The 2022 VIBES Season is made possible by Citizens Bank of Edmond, Mercy, Edmond Electric, First Bank & Trust Co., Engel & Volkers The Duncan Group, The Mule, Small Architects, Valor Bank, and the City of Edmond.