Chalk Waco 2022
May 14 - 15, 2022
Saturday 12 - 8 pm
Sunday 12 - 5 pm
New name, same awesome event…but bigger and better! Creative Waco is partnering with Eastside Market, LuluBelle's Market, Waco Downtown Farmers Market and STORIES Market to take over four blocks on Austin Avenue May 14 from 12-8pm and May 15 from 12-5pm spotlighting talented muralists and local businesses in our community.
Chalk Waco 2022 is a free event featuring chalk murals created by local artists representing local businesses within McLennan County, a two-day market and much more! Bring the whole family out to marvel at the amazing chalk artworks and support local vendors, food trucks, and explore all that Downtown Waco has to offer.
New additions to this year's festival include: a family fun zone filled with hands-on activities, street performers, musicians, and the VIP Every Color is Beautiful Fashion Show featuring Waco-based designers and businesses, including diverse young designers and students. Businesses along Austin Avenue are creating arts-focused interactive pop-up spaces at their storefronts as you stroll down Austin Ave. Check out last year's Wacotown Chalk + Walk to get a sneak peek of what to expect this year. Keep reading for the many ways to get involved! We can’t wait to see you May 14-15, 2022 on Austin Avenue!
Thank you to all who made Chalk Waco 2022 possible:
Creative Waco, City of Waco, Waco CVB, Texas Commission on the Arts, Eastside Market, LuluBelle’s Market, STORIES Market, and Waco Downtown Farmers Market
Double Gold & Gold Sponsors:
TFNB Your Bank For Life, Texas State Technical College - Waco, TX, H-E-B, and Alliance Bank
Allen Samuels Auto Group, American Bank, Data Bank, Hello Bello, Maritza Perez - Kelly, Realtors, Slow Burn Mobile Cigar Lounge, The Mitchell Group, Truett Insurance, Waco Family Medicine, White Label Realty
Wall Mural Sponsors:
Alkeme Gallery, Bankston's, Bird-Kultgen Ford, Community Bank & Trust, Cricket's Draft House & Grill, Extraco Banks, Deep in the Heart Film Festival, Joshua Tree, McLennan Community College, Pedro Lozano, Regian Tool & Equipment, Waco Friends of the Climate, and We Grow The Co
Street Mural Sponsors:
Art Center of Waco, Balcones Distillery, Brotherwell Brewing, Champions Salon & Barber, Consignment Furniture Showroom, Creative Man Studio, Cultural Arts, Dichotomy, Dr Pepper Museum, Erik Vaughn, Fables Bookshop, GGA Pest Management, Hacienda Boutique, Hotel Índigo, Imagination Library Waco, Keep Smiling Waco, Lelia Photography, Mayborn Museum, Mission Waco, Next Level Development, Rachelle Real Estate, Schleicher Law Firm, PLLC, Sherwin-Williams, Silent House Theatre Co., Texas Operation Lifesaver, Inc., Tru Jamaica, Waco Ale, Waco Central Texas Links Inc., Waco Lock & Key, and Waco Pride Network
April Villella, Arianna Dunford, Autumn Outlaw & Keith Kusler, Brad Settles, Brandon Edwards, Brittany Speights, Cade Kegerreis, Cambria Blanton, Chesley Chapman, Christal Peterson, Christopher Ramsey, Clara Griffey, Cory Lind, Daniel Galaviz, Domo, Eliah Contreras, Ema Sweetz, Emily Martinka, Erik Vaughn, Hope Gereghty, Jaquette Harris, Jay Carvajal, Jenna Haas, Jillian McNeil, Joe Rooster, Julie Akin, Julian Rosas, Kally Swain, Kevin Rivera, Kimberly Bobbitt, Laura Caruthers, Margarita Maldonado, Naomi Canale, Natalie and Emma Erler, Natalie Ward & Rapoport Academy Students, Nicole Cardenas, Parker Lucas, Pedro Lozano, Peyton Milstead, Raj Solanki, Raven Long, Rianna Alvarado, Rick Vives, Russell Campbell, Sadee Regian, Samantha Janes, Samantha Pittman, Shawna McDaniel, Shay MacMorran, Skcoobaveli Trevino, Sophie Jones, Steve Atoz, Susan Sistrunk, Tahlia Tran, Tashita Bibles, Travis Dickens, Truman Cunningham, Tucker Roberson, Valerie Martinka Davis, Vicky Fashbaugh, Victoria Hasbun