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SandBlast Festival 2018

July 21, 2018 @ 12:00 pm - July 22, 2018 @ 7:00 pm



July 21 & 22, 2018
Each Day Begins at Noon


Free – Family Friendly

SandBlast Festival of the Arts, presented by Duvall Foundation for the Arts (DFA), has been a staple in the community for over two decades. Celebrating its 24th year, SandBlast will be held the weekend of July 21 and 22There will be fine arts, live bands, theater performances, and sand sculpting along the shores of the beautiful and historic Snoqualmie River at McCormick Park (26200 NE Stephens St, Duvall).

Each day begins at noonBring your family and friends and stay all day!

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It’s a weekend full of art, live music and an amazing sand sculpture created in real time during the event! What will Kali Bradford create this year? You’ll have to see it to believe it!

International Sand Sculpture, Kali Bradford’s career has spanned more than 30 years, where she has traveled the world creating scalable and detailed sand sculptures, ranging from three foot displays, to a 64 foot architectural installation. She’s sculpted sand in China, Australia, France, Germany, Holland, Belgium, Puerto Rico, Canada, Mexico, and India as well as throughout the United States. A multi-media artist, Bradford also paints, writes poetry and teaches. Kali is a National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) recipient, and has been granted awards on nine separate occasions in California, and two in Washington as an artist-in-residence. Kali say, “Sand sculpture is art happening, a performing art, a positive addiction that gives satisfaction to the participants with its multi-task emphasis, so that whether you are the water carrier, using a shovel or carving the finest details it is easy to be enamored with the process as well as the end product.”



July 21, 2018 @ 12:00 pm
July 22, 2018 @ 7:00 pm


Duvall Foundation for the Arts


McCormick Park
26200 NE Stephens St
Duvall, 98019 United States
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