Submit a color sketch of your proposed piece (color copy OK). You can scan and e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org. The First Friday Committee reserves the right to deem any submitted subject matter as inappropriate. Non-compliance with the rules will result in immediate removal from the event. Do not submit your original artwork, please – Artwork willnot be returned. Each Adult Chalk Artist/Team will be paid a $50 stipend to be mailed out the Monday after the event. Anyindividual artist under the age of 18 that applies and is selected will receive a $25 stipend. Chalk artists may begin working on their sections at 5pm at the earliest -- but must begin at 6pm at the latest. Chalk pastels are the medium and works produced are temporary. Chalk will be provided. You need only provideyour talents and enthusiasm and any other supplies you desire to have. PASTELS ARE THE MEDIUM. Onlychalk pastels in a solid form may be used for street art. NO PAINT! All Artists will be drawing on sidewalk or pavement, please note that this is physically demanding and tiring.Please only participate if you are physically able to do so safely and plan your supplies accordingly. All art selections must be family friendly, there are to be NO political advertisements or statements, written, visualor implied. This is a juried selection process and only the best sketches will be chosen. Teams are restricted to a maximum 4 artists (due to space restrictions) Art Spaces will be approx. 4 ft. by 6 ft Canton First Friday reserves the right to photograph and reproduce the street paintings by the artists in anymanner. The artist retains rights to reproduce and sell images of his/her work. Accepted artists will need to check in at the First Friday Information Table (Court Ave N & 4th St. NW). TheInformation Table will be open at 4:30 PM on Friday, August 4. You will be given your assigned space and pastels atcheck-in. If there is inclement weather the evening of the event, the artist will be offered an alternative date to chalk. If thedate doesn’t work for the artist, the artist forfeits the payment.