Houston’s two-day chalk art festival is back after a hiatus of more than two years, offering artists of all ages a casual interactive canvas in a downtown parking lot.
“Being able to talk to people is fantastic,” said Brenda Chapa, 27, a Houston-area artist participating in the Via Colori street painting festival downtown.
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