[Lab] Snow Sculpting Competition
anna at malchow-perryman.com
Wed Jan 20 12:35:50 EST 2016
Cool! If there is a team forming and still looking for another helper I'd
love to join - although I wouldn't be available 30th & 31st due to another
snow-related gig :-) ...
I have never worked on this kind of scale, but do a lot of, er ... mixed
media type snow & ice sculptures (
https://www.facebook.com/HelloSnowman/photos_stream ) - so this would be an
exciting new experience!
From: Lab [mailto:lab-bounces at artengine.ca] On Behalf Of Jason Cobill
Sent: Monday, 18. January 2016 11:09
Subject: [Lab] Snow Sculpting Competition
This went out in the Artlist a few days ago and I've registered a team.
:) I thought it would be fun to throw the challenge out to the lab list to
see if any more of you are up for some friendly competition - there's still
a few spots available.
There will be a master carver on hand to demonstrate techniques so no
experience is necessary! Last year a family with a bunch of young kids
entered and did a bang-up job. :)
Seeking teams for sculptures at Lansdowne / Recherchées pour les sculptures
Lansdowne Park is proud to present the 2nd Annual Lansdowne Park Snowscapes
Community Snow Sculpture contest: Snow Creatures. Design and carve a
sculpture of a real or imagined creature.
Get your team together and join in the fun! Showcase your talents and
community spirit while competing for cash prizes!
Snow sculpting will take place from 7:30 a.m. Jan. 30 7:30 p.m. Feb.5
There will be a maximum of 10 teams selected from the entries. Register for
the Lansdowne Park Snowscapes Community Snow Sculpture contest by January
Links to online application form: http://ottawaxyz.ottawa.ca/
Presented by the City of Ottawa with funding provided by the Government of
Check out http://ottawa.ca/2/en/events/lansdowne-park-snowscapes-community-
ture-contest> snow-sculpture-contest and the attached rules.
Parking - You will be provided one parking pass for your team usage. This
pass is for the underground parking lot which is accessible from either the
Bank St. or Queen Elizabeth Driveway. If you require additional vehicles you
can use the paid underground parking or the above ground pay-and-display
parking along Exhibition Way and Marche Way on site.
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