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Ice Sculpture Competitions

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Ice Sculpture Competitions

Among all the different ice sculpture competitions that are held in the UK and in the rest of the world, the one called the London Ice Sculpting Festival is one that many ice sculptors would will certainly want to take part in.

This is an international ice sculpture competition that is being held under the care of The Ice Box and an event company called Artalone. This is one of the more exciting ice sculpture competitions that is to be held between 13 and 15th of January, 2011 and you can attend it in the center of Canary Wharf, that is close to the ice rink that is part of Canada Square Park.

Bigger and better

This festival is expected to be better and even bigger than it ever was and there are two main ice sculpture competitions to be held pitting ice sculptors from different parts of the globe. Here is a look at some of the ice sculpture competitions to be held in the London Ice Sculpting Festival.

Singles competition

On 13th January, 2011 a singles competition called Pedal Power will be held with sculptors from each team sculpting their interpretations of PEDAL POWER. They will need to create ice sculptures from a one meter block of ice.

Doubles Competition

There is also a doubles competition called Love London that is to be held on 14th January, 2011. In this competition, two men teams will have to sculpt their own interpretations of LOVE LONDON. They will be given a 2 meter block of ice from which they will have to create their ice sculptures.

Prize ceremony

Prize ceremony for this ice sculpture competition will be held on 15th January, 2011 and prizes are going to be given to winners of the Singles and also the Doubles ice sculpture competition. Entry to this competition is free and so anyone can attend it. A wonderful time is guaranteed for everyone.

International Ice Sculpture Competition

Among the other more exciting ice sculpture competitions, the one called the International Ice Sculpture Competition which is to be held in Asahikawa, Japan is also worth checking out. This competition is open to teams and individuals who will be given some slabs of ice and they will then have 36 hours in which to create their ice sculptures. No allowance will be made for bad weather conditions.

There are many ice sculpture competitions being held in different parts of the world. Ice Alaska is an example of these ice sculpture competitions. It is now in its 22nd year and is one of the largest annual ice art competitions in the world.

Most ice sculpture competitions are very exciting and the competition is fierce because ice sculptors from around the world compete and do their best to win the main prizes by creating real masterpieces. They have to work with limited amounts of ice and they have to also beat the clock and must at the same time create the best ice sculpture. It is equally thrilling for the audience who can watch topnotch ice sculptors create masterpieces of the very highest quality in the hope that theirs will be the prize winning ice sculpture.