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Call For Entries

The Salisbury Public Art Committee invites artists of all ages and skillsets to submit their best designs! This will be the first Salisbury Paint the Pavement Project.

Selected artist + teams will paint their design on one of five crosswalks in the Railwalk Arts District. The crosswalks are at the intersection of Kerr Street and Lee Street, as well as on a new crosswalk at Lee Street Theatre and the Farmer’s Market Pavilion.

There is no cost to enter, and all materials will be supplied by the Salisbury Public Art Committee. This project is made possible through a Rowan Arts Council grant.


Eligible applicants include: individual artists or groups of artists representing neighborhood associations, community organizations, schools, organized groups, businesses, or nonprofits. Artists should reside or work in the City of Salisbury or Rowan County.

It is the Public Art Committee’s objective to seek out diverse representation and encourages ‘artists’ from all over our City to apply.

Please read the Supporting Information (PDF) and Guidelines (PDF) for more details.

Project Location

Five crosswalks in Salisbury’s downtown Railwalk Arts District:

  • Four crosswalks at the intersection of Lee Street and Kerr Street
  • One midblock crosswalk on the 200 block of East Kerr Street that connects the two brick pathways that fill in historic train tracks.
aerial map of the 5 crosswalk locations

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