The public art of sand sculpting

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The ephemeral art of sand sculpting. Steve Machell has been a sandologist for over 10 years during which time he has developed a local and international following http://www.sandology.com/index_start.php .

Steve will be appearing at the Kirra Kite Festival http://www.kirrakitefestival.com/kirrakitefestival/Kirra_kite_festival.html Kirra Beach, Sunday 21st November, from 10-3pm.

Each sand creation takes about 6 hours to complete using only sand, water and imagination, and when sunset arrives the works take on a magic of their own…

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About Suzette Sayer

As part of my role as heritage consultant I am constantly on the look out for iconic forms of design and architecture. My current project is a grass roots initiative to create a Mobile Museum that captures the stories of the Gold Coast through community interactions in temporary pop-up exhibitions. The project aims to be facilitated through the Hip! (Heritage in Paradise) Mobile, a vintage style tear drop caravan equipped with a recording studio, and room for exhibition materials. So join us on this journey of discovery and help us uncover HIP! Suzette Sayer

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