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SnowDay Snow Sculptures (2016)

SnowDay is an annual event that takes place on Family Day at Prince Arthur's Landing. The event focuses on snow carvings created by teams selected through open competition. The theme of the competition in 2016 was "True North." 

Artists who are interested in producing a carving in future SnowDay events are encouraged to check the open call to artists page and to sign up for the City's email notification list for public art competitions. Both new and experienced carving teams are welcome.

2016 Statistics
 9 carving teams
23 participating artists
 9 sculptures created
 2 additional blocks carved (January 31st workshop) 

For Those We've Lost 

For Those We've Lost

By Stephanie Adams and team

Winner of People's Choice Award 
 The Snow Family

 The Snow Family

By Bret and Kate Nicol

 Winner of Carvers' Choice Award
 When You're Not At Camp

 When You're Not at Camp

By Matt Dirks and Anthony Epp

 Winner of Sponsors and Supporters Choice Award
 Northern Exposure

 

 Northern Exposure

By Michael Dorval, Lila Cano, Hanna Dorval, Sasha Dorval

 
 The Frozen Sea Kelpie

The Frozen Sea Kelpie

By Chris Rantala and Becky Davis

 
 Campsite Visitor

 Campsite Visitor

By Judi Vinni, Robin Noland, Eric Wainio, Isaac Lysmo

 
 Sundial

 Sundial

By Aaron Veldstra

 
 Is Cailleach Bheur Sleeping

Is Cailleach Bheur Sleeping?

By Chad Kirvan, Jimmy Breslin, MaryJane McDonald 

 
 The Elusive Bigfoot

The Elusive Bigfoot

By Shayne Ehman, Zoe Gordon, Axel Ehman