May. 6, 2009 at 12:28am
The Frost Park Chalk Off Rules
The Frost Park phenomenon has very few rules which has allowed it to grow organically and thrive while other art ventures through Tacoma have failed. Frost Park is a public park after all and anyone can chalk there and anyone can write, blog or photograph the weekly event.
The first set of rules can be found on RR Anderson's site in an article entitled appropriately The Official Rule Book. This should be required reading for chalk challengers.
The technique required to cast a valid vote in a chalk off, is another subject completely, and is described by Adam the Alien in this U tube post (starting at 00:50) in five simple steps. Watch carefully. Its all there.
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by Erik on 5/7/2009 @ 12:32pm
|Looks like it will be a nice day for chalking tomorrow at Frost Park.|
by Dave_L on 5/7/2009 @ 5:55pm
|I wonder who all may show up tomorrow, Erik.
Is the Garfield wall cleaned? Maybe I can check on my way home.
by NineInchNachos on 5/7/2009 @ 11:35pm
by kiru13 on 9/4/2009 @ 1:37pm
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