SCAD Sand Arts Festival
The annual SCAD Sand Arts Festival showcases the sculptural talents of SCAD students, alumni and staff as they scramble to create temporary masterpieces in the Tybee Island sand. Presented by the SCAD School of Foundation Studies, this event features competitions in sandcastle design, sand sculpture, sand relief and wind sculpture.
Competition is limited to SCAD students, alumni and staff, but the public is invited to observe the creation of these works of art.
Registration is free and takes place the day of the event.
For more information, email foundation studies professor Matt Toole.
UPDATED: High school students are invited to sculpt the sand at the annual SCAD Sand Arts Festival on Friday May 6th 2016. Transform Tybee Island’s North Beach into a seaside art gallery alongside SCAD students, alumni, faculty and staff. This popular community event is free and open to the public.