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Event Archive - Victoria International Chalk Art Festival: Julie Kirk-Purcell, Jamin Zuroski, Adry Del Rocio, Joel Yau, Lori Escalara, Ruben Poncia, Sarah Jim, Wayne And Cheryl Renshaw, Scott Gillies, Ken Winchester, Lorelle Miller, Paul Bains, Ever Galvez, Naomi Kennedy, Erica Pelletier, Iskew Singers, Adam Bay, Shauna Janz, Twelve Tones, The Late Boomers, Drinkable Jazz

Sun. September 11th 2016 - Sun. September 11th 2016 Ship Point (Inner Harbour) (All Ages)
Welcome to Canada’s largest street painting festival! Our family friendly, free-to-attend arts celebration presents some of the world’s top street painters (including 3D chalk art) as well as those from across British Columbia and our local region at Ship Point in the Inner Harbour & The Bay Centre.

Our festival’s First Nation’s theme for 2016 is “Adventure in the Forest World; a Celebration of Nature’s Spirits”. We present a number of First Nation’s singers, dancers and drummers on our outdoor performance stage on the Victoria waterfront which is also home to our kid’s chalk zone – free chalk provided!


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Scott Gillies

Scott Gillies, originally from Viking, Alberta, now lives in the Strawberry Vale district of Vancouver Island. After completing a science degree in Forestry from the UofA, Scott worked in the Forestry industry for six years taking him to Northern BC, Alberta, Northern Ontario and Missouri. This science background and appreciation for nature was a c... more info

Naomi Kennedy (expressionist/emotional)

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Naomi Kennedy was born in Penticton, BC in 1983 and lives and works in Victoria, BC. Art is a powerful vessel, for it is a visceral way to merge design, color and iconography. As an artist, and community worker Naomi Kennedy holds two integral beliefs. The first are the words of Jon O’Donahue, that "beauty can incite healing on a person when t... more info

Shauna Janz (indie folk rock)

Shauna is “perhaps something of an unusual combination in the music business – a grief support worker and educator who found music as a method for creative release, but turned it into an upstart and promising career” (Nanaimo Daily News, August 2015). The passion Shauna has for her work translates into her newest album - This Regal Heart - wi... more info
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Drinkable Jazz

Quench you thirst with Drinkable Jazz Drinkable Jazz is fronted by Victoria resident, Linda Billings. She is a passionate vocalist who brings heart and soul into each of her diverse styles of songs. Jazz and blues standards with a smattering of country are featured in her eclectic repertoire. more info