Events

Piccadilly Area Chalk Art Project

UPDATE: Thank you to everyone who participated in our Piccadilly Chalk Art Project this September! Come take a tour of our art gallery and see what our neighbours created!

Let’s create chalk art for all our neighbours to enjoy!

Share your creation for the chance to win prizes from local businesses!

The Canvas:  Piccadilly Area sidewalks, paths and driveways

The Dates:  From Wednesday, August 26 to Tuesday, September 8

The Artists:  Any resident of Piccadilly Area. Any age

The Art:   Create images, text and/or games.

The Draw: 
All participants who share images of their creations before the deadline will be entered into a draw from gift certificates from local area businesses.

To be entered in the draw, be sure to share a photo of your art by September 8th to your medium of choice:

Winners will be announced by September 9 and posted on Facebook. If you win, we’ll notify you on the platform you used to submit your photo, so be sure to check your messages!

Need Chalk? Pick up a free bag of chalk (one per household, while supplies last) at one of these local businesses during open hours between Wednesday, August 26 and Monday, September 7

The Bag Lady, Pall Mall at Maitland: Wed – Sun, 8am – 2pm

The Tea Lounge
, Piccadilly Street at Wellington: Wed & Thurs, 11am – 4pm; Fri & Sat, 11am – 5 pm; Sun 11am – 4pm

Locomotive Espresso, Pall Mall at Colborne: Mon – Sun, 8am – 2pm.

The Gallery: A chalk art image gallery will be produced and shared with the neighbourhood on the PANA website at www.piccadillyarea.ca so that neighbours near and far can see your works of art.

This is a PANA project for Piccadilly Area residents, with funding from The Urban League of London.

The Tea Lounge, Piccadilly Street at Wellington: Wed & Thurs, 11am – 4pm; Fri & Sat, 11am – 5 pm; Sun 11am – 4pm

Locomotive Espresso, Pall Mall at Colborne: Mon – Sun, 8am – 2pm.

The Gallery: A chalk art image gallery will be produced and shared with the neighbourhood on the PANA website at www.piccadillyarea.ca so that neighbours near and far can see your works of art.

This is a PANA project for Piccadilly Area residents, with funding from The Urban League of London.