Producer of the Luna Park Chalk Art Festival in San José, CA, the Luna Park Arts Foundation provides free and low cost opportunities for the community to come together to participate in creative projects.

These activities include the Chalk Art Festival, interactive workshops at schools, libraries and parks, and interactive chalk art areas at local events.

We raise money to provide grants to K-12 visual / performing arts programs in local schools and nonprofit youth programs, as well as stipend opportunities for local artists.

We operate entirely by volunteers and bring together artists, students, teachers and neighbors to make it happen.

We believe that everyone should have opportunities

-to create

-to learn about the arts

-to interact with their community

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Chalk Art Festival

SAVE THE DATE!

Luna Park Chalk Art Festival

Saturday, September 21, 2019
10AM to 5PM
AND THIS YEAR ONLY:
Sunday, September 22, 2019 the chalking will continue as we will join forces with VivaCalleSJ as they take over Backesto Park!

Backesto Park – San José, California

Free to attend!
  • Over 250 pieces of art chalked throughout the park
  • Arts and crafts vendors
  • Food trucks
  • Live music
  • Proceeds benefit K-12 arts programs in local schools
Festival registration is now open:
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News and Updates

  • Chalk Artists at the Spring 2019 VivaCalleSJ - May 19 Sunday, May 19, 201910am-3pmSt. James Park - Near the fountain stageFree!Food trucks, entertainment, and other activities are also happening at this hub!read more!
    Posted Apr 23, 2019, 4:05 PM by Clif Gold
  • 2018 Festival Gallery and Recap Check out photos from last year's festival!
    Posted Apr 23, 2019, 4:34 PM by Clif Gold
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Your Support at Work

  • 2018 K-12 Grant Recipients and Projects Congratulations to our 2018 K-12 Grant Recipients. We look forward to seeing your creative projects!Bachrodt PTA   Tie Dye T-Shirts   $1,000Burnett Middle School   Screen Print TShirts ...
    Posted Apr 23, 2019, 6:07 PM by Clif Gold
  • 2016-17 Grant Recipients The Cottage High School ($400) ­ screen printing kit, various inks, screens, and t-shirtsDowntown Enrichment Program ($500) ­starter-supplies and a five week arts & literacy program for kamishsibai and ...
    Posted Apr 11, 2018, 4:10 PM by Hello LunaParkArts
  • Printmaking at Washington Open Elementary School (2015-16 Grant Recipient) By Jen Johnson, Art Instructor   The $1000 grant from the Luna Park Arts Foundation allowed artists at Washington Open Elementary School to be introduced to a new art process: printmaking ...
    Posted Aug 12, 2016, 5:41 PM by Hello LunaParkArts
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