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Through the generosity of these partners and sponsors, we are able to create this safe and engaging event for our community!

Their support ensures that local artists receive a much-needed, safe, paid opportunity to showcase their talent. 


For more information about our partners and sponsors, check out the links below and follow their important work!


Rivers Casino Philadelphia is committed to being a good and responsible neighbor for our community, including local residents and nearby businesses. We believe in doing all we can to support and enhance the quality of life in our area and contribute to making Philadelphia a great place to work, visit, and play.

This event is co-presented by Rivers Casino Philadelphia

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This event is co-presented by Fishtown District. 

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The Fishtown District is an eclectic community made up of award-winning restaurants, lively nightlife and taverns, boutique hotels, art galleries, one-of-a-kind boutiques, and the unrivaled Fillmore concert venue. Whatever you are looking for you will “Find It In Fishtown.”


This event is co-sponsored by Painted Bride Art Center

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"As a multi-disciplinary arts presenter, the Bride collaborates with independent artists, supporting their creative process from inception to presentation. This support manifests in myriad ways, including identifying funding opportunities, cultivating strategic partnerships for audience development, and championing artists and their work to a now international network of partners."


This event is co-sponsored by Mural Arts Philadelphia

Find out more about Mural Arts at | @muralarts

"Mural Arts engages communities in 50–100 public art projects each year, and maintains its growing collection through a restoration initiative. Our core program areas—Art Education, Restorative Justice, and Porch Light—yield unique, project-based learning opportunities for thousands of youth and adults."


Community College of Philadelphia is proud to sponsor an artist in the 2020 Philadelphia Chalk Festival

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The Community College of Philadelphia is an open-admission institution that provides both academic resources and support services to help students achieve their academic goals. As the largest public institution of higher education in Philadelphia, the College has served more than 685,000 of the city's residents since 1965.

'Equal parts restaurant, entertainment venue and private dining space, Fabrika offers variety-show style entertainment and private events for up to 550 guests. Executive Chef, Konstantinos Pitsillides offers a full service menu inspired by eastern Mediterranean & Levantine cuisine. The venue features two floors, 3 bars and mainstage, including a VIP viewing area on the mezzanine, and both private and semi-private dining and viewing areas'

Fabrika is proud to sponsor two artists in the 2020 Philadelphia Chalk Festival

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Sponsored by New Kensington CDC and Coral Street Arts House


Coral Street Arts House was developed by NKCDC in 2005 to provide qualify affordable housing to artists and non-artists alike. Residents and artists curate and host events that enhance the local Frankford Ave Arts scene and build a sense of community-connectedness in East Kensington.

The International is proud to sponsor an artist in the 2020 Philadelphia Chalk Festival

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Global beer, cocktails, and food from the creators of Standard Tap & Johnny Brendas. 


The Philadelphia Chalk Festival thanks Kensington Voice for their support.

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The Monkey Club is proud to sponsor an artist in the 2020 Philadelphia Chalk Festival

A delightful bar with great drinks, atmosphere, and a full upstairs game room. Tucked away in Kensington, it's sure to become your next favorite haunt.

Kensington Voice is a community-driven newsroom and publication serving the heart of Kensington in North Philadelphia. We generally cover stories from Cecil B. Moore Avenue to Tioga Street and from 6th Street to Aramingo Avenue. This includes parts of Norris Square, Fairhill, Harrowgate, and Port Richmond.

Special thanks to our GoFundMe Donors

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Rachel Dilliplane is a stage actor turned voiceover artist, specializing in characters and dialects. As a Philadelphia native and champion of the arts (especially murals), Rachel was delighted to provide the audio description services for this year’s Philly Chalk Festival.  

Special thanks to Rachel Dilliplane for donating her time and talents 

Find out more about Rachel's voiceovers at

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