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CHALK FOR CHANGE

Seven artists create sidewalk chalk messages of hope and healing as the culminating event for TTP.

If you are a BIPOC artist interested in participating in TTP 2022, please fill out this contact form to receive more information.

On Wednesday, June 30th, 2021 the Trust Transfer Project (TTP) hosted a public art installation as the culminating event to the city-wide Trust Transfer Project. This special event, called CHALK FOR CHANGE took place on Springfield sidewalks as seven aerosol artists create sidewalk chalk art messages promoting hope and healing in Springfield and spread the positive health messaging of the Trust Transfer Project across the city. 

Chalk for Change artists used messaging created by local Springfield BIPOC artists who contributed work to the TTP over the past five months through visual art, music, and spoken word. READ THE PRESS RELEASE 

Chalk for Change Locations:
– Community Music School of Springfield, 127 State Street
– South End Community Center, 99 Marble Street
– Square One, 1095 Main Street
– Springfield Museums, Edwards and Chestnut Street
– Theodores / Get Set Marketing, 201 Worthington Street
– Medina Supermarket, 2705 Main Street; 115 &185 Dwight Street

Chalk for Change Artists:
– Common Wealth Murals @common.wealth.murals/
– Nero @uncle_ro/
– Marc Austin @marc_austin_is_crazy/
– Ramiro Davaro-Comas @ramirostudios/
– Steve @budahnyc/
– Repo @reponueve/
– Wane One @waneonecod/
– Souls NYC @soulsnyc/

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