Sands at Salter
Bishops Landing Apartments, Lower Water Street, Halifax
Facing North - A new urban beach area to enjoy on the Halifax waterfront at the foot of Salter Street.
From September 19 to October 17, Sculpture Nova Scotia connects artists and people to public-art making. A group of experience stone carvers has been invited to practice and demonstrate their ancient art form on the Halifax Waterfront. This creation forms the core of a month long, outdoor sculpture-arts festival. This symposium includes an arts residency, a mentorship program, and a free community festival and active-learning forum. By the time these monumental granite sculptures are finished and installed, Nova Scotia’s citizens will be hungry for the next sculpture symposium in 2017!