• November 28, 2021

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Chalk the Block Returns to Downtown this weekend

EL PASO, Texas —The City of El Paso is excited to announce the return of the highly anticipated Chalk the Block! The City’s Museums and Cultural Affairs Department invites the entire community to enjoy the annual Chalk the Block Public Arts Festival Saturday, October 9 and Sunday, October 10 in downtown El Paso. Entering its 14th […]Read More

Artists, Vendors, Food Trucks wanted for Chalk the Block 2021

The El Paso Museums and Cultural Affairs Department (MCAD) has opened the online application period for artists and vendors to participate at Chalk the Block 2021 (CTB14). “Chalk the Block has served as an opportunity for local artists to showcase their work as well as bring internationally known installations to the borderland,” said Cultural Affairs and […]Read More

Virtual Chalk the Block 2020 set for October: MCAD accepting

The largest public arts festival in the region has adapted with the current COVID-19 climate and is scheduled to launch virtually on Saturday, October 10. “Chalk the Block has served as an opportunity for local artists to showcase their work as well as bring internationally known installations to the borderland,” said Cultural Affairs and Recreation […]Read More

12th Annual Chalk the Block hits the Streets in Downtown

The Museums and Cultural Affairs Department (MCAD), in partnership with the El Paso Community Foundation, invites the community to the 12th annual Chalk the Block (CTB) Public Art Festival this weekend. Chalk the Block 2019 runs from Friday, October 11, to Sunday, October 13, in downtown El Paso. Every year, the family-friendly event brings more than […]Read More

Latin Grammy Award winning band Diamante Eléctrico headlines Chalk the

Friday afternoon, the Museums and Cultural Affairs Department announced that Latin Grammy Award winner Diamante Eléctrico will headline this year’s Chalk the Block festival. The band made of three Colombian musicians, are scheduled to take stage “SS9” at 9 p.m. on Saturday, October 12. Diamante Eléctrico is described as a cross between Green Day and […]Read More

Cine Fantástico returns to Plaza Theatre with 3 classic Mexican

Cine Fantástico, El Paso’s free celebration of popular Mexican film, returns to the Plaza Theatre during the upcoming Chalk the Block festival. The 2019 edition of Cine Fantástico – set for Saturday, October 12 – is a project of the Paso del Norte Community Foundation and part of the annual Downtown arts festival Chalk the Block. Cine Fantástico will […]Read More

MCAD announces Artist Line Up for Chalk the Block

On Tuesday, Museums and Cultural Affairs Department officials announced the artist line-up for this year’s Chalk the Block festival that takes place from October 11 to October 13 in the downtown Arts Festival Plaza. “When we started there were 12 artists and 5,000 people attending. We have steadily grown to include more than 200 artists, […]Read More

Artist, Vendor applications now available for ‘Chalk the Block 2019’

The El Paso Museums and Cultural Affairs Department (MCAD) has opened the application period for artists and vendors to participate in Chalk the Block 2019 (CTB12). “Chalk the Block is an opportunity for artists to have their work seen by thousands of people throughout the festival weekend alongside internationally known featured installation and performing artists,” […]Read More

Chalk the Block Returns to Downtown El Paso Friday

The 11th annual Chalk the Block (CTB) Public Art Festival returns to Downtown El Paos, starting Friday, October 12 and running through Sunday, October 14. Each year, the free family-friendly event brings more than 40,000 people to downtown El Paso to enjoy a sidewalk chalk art competition, temporary art pieces, street performances, live music stage, […]Read More

Chalk the Block Announces Artist Line-Up, Headlining Band

On Sunday, the Museums and Cultural Affairs Department (MCAD) rolled out the artist line-up and headlining band for Chalk the Block 2018. “When we started, there were 12 artists and 5,000 people attending. We have steadily grown to include more than 200 artists, vendors and musicians and installations from around the world,” said Museums and […]Read More

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