Sand sculpting is challenging to create, but just a blow of wind can destroy it. People with immense concentration and focus and achieve to be the best. These best sculptors will participate in many of the world’s events to prove that they are the best.
Portugal’s International Sand Sculptures Festival
If you ever visit Portugal, don’t miss out on watching for these events that are going on here. The International Sand Sculptures Festival has been running since 2003, and even today, it has the popularity it deserved. It is also known as the biggest Sand Sculpture festival in the world. Here, a group of sand Sculptures from different countries works together to exhibit 12-meter Sculptures, including various themes or models like people, animals, buildings, or entire tableaux.
Many other things keep the amateurs entertained by the professional sculptors. The Sand Sculpting Competition and Exhibition
This exhibition is a significant attraction to the Sand Sculpting masters worldwide and is an official qualifying event in the World’s Championship of Sand Sculpting. It is a four days event where the artists get 30 hours to create their Sculptures. The entry fees are donated to local NPOs.
There is a coastal community sculpting zone for amateur sculptors in daring hubris; the festival site is next to a waterpark. Unlike other Sand Sculpting events, this Canadian competition provides chairs to visitors with limited mobility. It is a must-visit event where you can see the uniqueness of the artists by the Sand Sculptures. It can be a guaranteed four days to be a Grand event with expectations to be reached.
International Antalya and Sculptures Festival from Turkey
This place is so-known as “Sandland” Turkey’s Global Design Art World has organized this event and uses more than 10,000 tons of sand. Many themes are presented to the sculptors every year. According to 2017, the theme was focused on “14 wonders of the world and mythology.”