Check out the cool 3D Chalk The Walk art trail, part of City of Newcastle’s New Annual Festival. Four talented artists are transforming our footpaths into interactive art. We explored the trail yesterday to see the different artists in action. It’s incredible to see the art that they have produced.
Find Jenny McCracken’s artwork called “Steampunk Search Engine” at Visitor Information Centre,
Look for the signs that tell you where to view the
Place your feet in the yellow outline to get the full 3D view.
Have fun interacting with Rudy Kistler’s artwork at Market Street Lawn near Signal Box.
You can jump up and look like you’re jumping on the 3D artwork.
Interact with two of Zac Craig’s artwork at Laman Street by the library.
The 3D designs are incredible. You can stand or crouch down on the fish.
The fourth chalk drawing is Leo Uribe’s artwork at Crown Street & Hunter Street by The Lucky Hotel.
You can explore the trail until 21 February 2021.
Even with the rain, the artworks are still available to see. According to Chalk the Walk, the artworks are complete and have been sealed. You can pose for photos. Chalk the Walk just ask you to be gentle with them in the wet weather.
Strike a Pose and tag #NewCTW
For more information, visit the Chalk the Walk website.
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