Silver Skate Festival

Feb 10-20, 2023 • Hawrelak Park

Edmonton's longest running winter festival!

Snow Sculptures

Snow sculpture is a perennial favourite at the Silver Skate Festival! Each yearteams of 2-3 artists demonstrate how to transform 8-ft high x 8-ft wide x 8-ft deep blocks of snow into magical creations. When they are finished, eight artworks create an ephemeral sculpture garden for the public to enjoy for the duration of the festival. 

The Snow Sculptures Garden will be up in Hawrelak Park from Festival until Mother Nature says it's spring. We'd love for you to come take a peek at your leisure. 

2023 Teams

Abhyduday (India)
Captain: Sunil Kumar Kushwaha

Subzero (Germany)
Captain: Franziska Agrawal

Bocanegra (Spain)
Captain: Roger Vilanova Allón

The West Foundry Art (Wales)
Captain: Oliver Annaly

Voyageur (Red Deer)
Captain: Brian McArthur

Cook (Edmonton)
Captain: Lucy Cook

A Team (Edmonton)
Captain: Annique Shields

Frozen Warriors (Edmonton)
Captain: Barb Marcinkoski

 

10Feb

Snow Sculpture builds day 1/3

10:00 am - 10:00 pm
11Feb

Snow Sculpture builds day 2/3

10:00 am - 10:00 pm
12Feb

Snow Sculpture builds day 3/3

10:00 am - 2:00 pm
12Feb

Snow Sculpture awards

4:00 pm - 4:30 pm
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2022 Snow Sculptures

FESTIVAL GRANTORS & PARTNERS
Edmonton Arts CouncilFunded by the Government of CanadaAlberta Foundation for the ArtsAlberta Government
EdmontonWinter City EdmontonMammoetStephensons Rental ServicesSuperior Tent Rentals
Pattison MediaGlobal EdmontonExplore Edmonton

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SILVER SKATE FESTIVAL

The mission of the Silver Skate Festival Society is to provide a free family-oriented winter celebration blending sport, recreation, arts and culture, showcasing various skating disciplines and promoting outdoor activities in Alberta.

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