International Sand Sculpture Festival
Described as the largest sand sculpture event in the world, the International Sand Sculpture Festival or Festival Internacional de Escultura em Areia (FIESA) has been held in Pêra, Algarve, Portugal annually since 2003. The site at Coordinates: occupies 15,000 square metres (3.7 acres). Each year about 60 artists use 35000 tons of sand to create 50 works of art. The exhibition is also open in the evenings with atmospheric lighting.
Each year the exhibition has a different theme:
2014: Music II
2011: Animal Kingdom
2010: Living World
2008: Hollywood Films and Characters
2007: Wonders of the World
2005: Lost Worlds
2004: Tales of Enchantment
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- "All star cast : International Sand Sculpture Festival". The Star. Malaysia. 28 May 2008. Retrieved 2 May 2010.
- "Sand Sculpture - FIESA 2009". The Art Inquirer. 25 May 2009. Retrieved 2 May 2010.
- Algarve Guide Book
- FIESA website
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