Thursday, November 11, 2010

Call for Entries - 2011 Anderson Ranch Wintersculpt Snow Sculpture Competition: January 13-15, 2011

Snowmass Village, CO – Test your skill in Aspen’s best snow sculpture event! Grab your buckets and snow shovels – it’s time to apply for Wintersculpt, January 13-15, 2011.  Carve an 8 sq ft cube of snow in 48 hours on the Aspen pedestrian mall as part of Aspen’s 2011 60th Anniversary Wintersköl festivities.  Anderson Ranch Arts Center is seeking submissions from artists and amateurs, sculptors, builders and tinkerers, friends, families and businesses, young and old. Everyone is invited to participate.  It only takes a good idea, a love of snow, and a few pairs of mittens. 

The 2011 theme is based on Wintersköl’s 60th “Diamond” Anniversary.

Click here to download an entry form and guidelines. DEADLINE to apply is December 10, 2010.

Participation stipend is $200 per team with prizes awarded for 1st ($400), 2nd ($200) and 3rd place ($100). Sculptures will be judged on Saturday, January 15 at 4 pm and awards will be announced at 6 pm at the EPIC WinterFest on the Cooper Ave Mall in downtown Aspen.

Visit for more information or contact Sonya Taylor at 970/923-3181 ext 204 or

Anderson Ranch Arts Center is a world-class learning community dedicated to creativity and growth through the making and understanding of the visual arts. We promote the personal and professional development of artists of all levels of expertise through year-round workshops, artists’ residencies, exhibitions, lectures, public events and community outreach. The facilities feature fully-equipped studios, galleries, café, dormitory and ArtWorks store. Anderson Ranch programs and activities attract thousands of artists, art-lovers, students, faculty and patrons annually to this historic and beautiful 5-acre mountain ranch near Aspen.

For more information on our programs, call 970.923.3181, email, write Anderson Ranch Arts Center, P.O. Box 5598, Snowmass Village, CO 81615, or visit our web site at

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