Masterpieces of the world will be on display in the Sand sculpture park "Summer Signs 2022"
On June 4th and 5th the largest sand sculpture park in the Baltics “Summer Signs 2022” will open it’s doors, where the world's masterpieces will have found their place in the artworks of sculptors from 10 countries.
Divine proportion or golden ratio, the splendor of traditional Venetian masks, the interpretation of Pablo Picasso's painting "Guernica", the Science Center in Canada, built in the form of snowflakes; a chameleon that changes color under the influence of the environment; modern technologies - these are all masterpieces created by man, nature or the universe, masterpieces that can take your breath away. This is the feeling of admiration, surprise and inspiration that will be created by the participants of the “Summer Signs 2022” - giving visitors the opportunity to get to know outstanding achievements and masterpieces.
The sand sculpture park will be created by 17 artists from 10 countries
Soon 17 sculptors from 10 countries - Czech Republic, Spain, Ukraine, Canada, Turkey, Bulgaria, Mongolia, Estonia, Lithuania and Latvia - will come to Jelgava and transform sand into true masterpieces. Artists will create fifteen competition and one demo sculpture on Pasta Island.
“Summer Signs 2022” entertainment program
The Sand Sculpture Park will be open from 10 AM to 11 PM. A variety of activities are planned for the children, including bubble workshops, foam parties and different attractions. On both days, vinyl DJ Mareks Ameriks will take care of the musical atmosphere on the Pasta Island. Saturday, June 4th, Riga Reggae will perform at 7 pm, and Edavārdi will step on the stage at 9 pm. However on Sunday, June 5th, at 8 pm visitors will be delighted by Ivo Fomins.
Tickets are already available at “Biļešu Paradīze” box offices and online bilesuparadize.lv. Tickets can be purchased cheaper in the pre-sale until June 3rd.
International Sand sculpture park is organised by city of Jelgava, establishment “Kultūra”, supported by “Ramirent” and “Pilsētas Elpa”.