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Path to the kids' squares at the 2012 I Modnnari Street Painting Festival
California
Every year hundreds of artists turn the Mission Driveway into a temporary art gallery using nothing more than chalk and creativity. The kids can join in the fun in their own section where they receive some chalk and a smaller square to unleash their creativity and just have fun.
Copyright: Bill Heller
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Uploaded: 24/06/2012
Updated: 10/04/2014
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Tags: festival; i modnnari; santa barbara; santa barbara mission; california missions; california historical landmark; chalk; street painting
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