Tenn. Secretary of State
Division of Charitable Solicitations
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Now in its second year, the Arts Council of Williamson County's ‘Chalk it Up’ Art Show is a collaborative event presented by the Arts Council of Williamson County (ACWC) and Wholy Crepe. The art show is proudly sponsored by the Boyle Investment.
The ‘Chalk it Up’ Art Show will consist of talented artists and their booths lining Meridian Blvd., at the Meridian Office Complex in Cool Springs off Carothers Pkwy. A variety of art by professional artists will include pottery, paintings, glass, photography, jewelry, sculpture, live demos and more! Local musicians will provide enjoyment for everyone throughout the day. In addition to the unique mix of artwork, a fun sidewalk chalk art contest for all ages will take place. The sidewalks lining Meridian Blvd. become canvases for chalk art and all participating chalk artists will be competing for prizes.
Proceeds benefit ACWC’s Artist-in-Residence Program. The Artist-In-Residence Program is a mutual partnership between practicing artists and participating schools at the middle and high school level, allowing students to work hands-on with a professional artist, creating a curriculum based art project that becomes a permanent installation at their school.