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Arts & Culture

  1. Winter Arts Snow Sculpting Competition

    February 10, 2021, 8:00 AM - February 13, 2021, 5:00 PM @ Washington Park

    The City of Dubuque Office of Arts and Cultural Affairs and the Dubuque Museum of Art partner to present the 2021 Winter Arts Snow Sculpting Competition in Washington Park from Wed, Feb. 10, through Sat, Feb. 13. The event will feature professional teams from Dubuque and a student team from the University of Wisconsin-Platteville. Teams will begin carving on Wednesday and will have until noon on Saturday to complete their sculptures, each carved from a 6-ft square by 8-ft high block of manufactured snow. Due to COVID-19 concerns, the traditional Saturday afternoon family-event is shifting to safer, socially distanced and home-based opportunities. Online voting methods will be offered to vote for the People’s Choice Award. At-home, winter-inspired activities and interviews with the sculptors will be offered through Facebook and YouTube. Drive-by sculpture viewing is encouraged. The park will remain open to foot traffic; masks required and social distancing should be observed.

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  2. Winter Arts Snow Sculpting Competition

    February 11, 2021, 8:00 AM - February 14, 2021, 5:00 PM @ Washington Park

    The City of Dubuque Office of Arts and Cultural Affairs and the Dubuque Museum of Art partner to present the 2021 Winter Arts Snow Sculpting Competition in Washington Park from Wed, Feb. 10, through Sat, Feb. 13. The event will feature professional teams from Dubuque and a student team from the University of Wisconsin-Platteville. Teams will begin carving on Wednesday and will have until noon on Saturday to complete their sculptures, each carved from a 6-ft square by 8-ft high block of manufactured snow. Due to COVID-19 concerns, the traditional Saturday afternoon family-event is shifting to safer, socially distanced and home-based opportunities. Online voting methods will be offered to vote for the People’s Choice Award. At-home, winter-inspired activities and interviews with the sculptors will be offered through Facebook and YouTube. Drive-by sculpture viewing is encouraged. The park will remain open to foot traffic; masks required and social distancing should be observed.

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  3. Winter Arts Snow Sculpting Competition

    February 12, 2021, 8:00 AM - February 15, 2021, 5:00 PM @ Washington Park

    The City of Dubuque Office of Arts and Cultural Affairs and the Dubuque Museum of Art partner to present the 2021 Winter Arts Snow Sculpting Competition in Washington Park from Wed, Feb. 10, through Sat, Feb. 13. The event will feature professional teams from Dubuque and a student team from the University of Wisconsin-Platteville. Teams will begin carving on Wednesday and will have until noon on Saturday to complete their sculptures, each carved from a 6-ft square by 8-ft high block of manufactured snow. Due to COVID-19 concerns, the traditional Saturday afternoon family-event is shifting to safer, socially distanced and home-based opportunities. Online voting methods will be offered to vote for the People’s Choice Award. At-home, winter-inspired activities and interviews with the sculptors will be offered through Facebook and YouTube. Drive-by sculpture viewing is encouraged. The park will remain open to foot traffic; masks required and social distancing should be observed.

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  4. Winter Arts Snow Sculpting Competition

    February 13, 2021, 8:00 AM - February 16, 2021, 5:00 PM @ Washington Park

    The City of Dubuque Office of Arts and Cultural Affairs and the Dubuque Museum of Art partner to present the 2021 Winter Arts Snow Sculpting Competition in Washington Park from Wed, Feb. 10, through Sat, Feb. 13. The event will feature professional teams from Dubuque and a student team from the University of Wisconsin-Platteville. Teams will begin carving on Wednesday and will have until noon on Saturday to complete their sculptures, each carved from a 6-ft square by 8-ft high block of manufactured snow. Due to COVID-19 concerns, the traditional Saturday afternoon family-event is shifting to safer, socially distanced and home-based opportunities. Online voting methods will be offered to vote for the People’s Choice Award. At-home, winter-inspired activities and interviews with the sculptors will be offered through Facebook and YouTube. Drive-by sculpture viewing is encouraged. The park will remain open to foot traffic; masks required and social distancing should be observed.

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