Interactive ice displays add a fun factor to any event including special events, winter festivals and sport competitions. Iceculture has developed a number of activities for all ages that will guarantee peoples’ involvement - ice slides, photo opportunities, “ kiddie cubes” toys frozen in ice, games, mazes, carving demonstrations, team building and more! Programs can be designed and themed to suit your specific event.
The sound of chainsaws and power tools and the sight of flying ice and snow attracts the attention of everyone. The art of creating a sculpture from such an interesting medium is an eye-opener for all ages.
Ranging from one-block carving demos to multi-block themed carvings, the possibilities are endless.
Tic Tac Toe
Ice Building Bricks
Kiddie Ice Cubes or Zoo Cubes as they are sometimes known make up one of our most popular activities and it ties in well with a carving demonstration. Iceculture freezes small inexpensive toys into our crystal clear ice blocks. The blocks are then cut into small cubes and given to children.
Interactive Photo Op
Few community events reflect the winter season as well as a winter festival. And many times, it gives a boost to the local economy when things are generally quiet. Count on Iceculture to create a successful community event, with more exciting ideas than you could ever imagine! Iceculture participates in more than twenty winter festivals each year and has many years experience combining skill, service and team spirit to help winter carnival volunteer committees, businesses, government groups and sponsors create a top notch ice festival experience. Our team of trained ice professionals work with event organizers to develop a complete program to suit the available budget. We know people like to participate in events, not simply watch them and our program elements include interactive activities (link to interactive activities), carving demonstrations (link to carving demos), sponsor logo sculptures (link to logos), large themed sculptures (link to sculptures), ice bars and lounges (link to ice bars), lumieres and more! If you want an exciting winter festival, turn to Iceculture.
The aim is to build your abstract ice sculpture as high and as wide as possible without it toppling. And there is a bonus if you can actually make it look like something instantly recognizable.
Teams first learn the basics of handling ice and how to make a successful fuse. Then they are let loose, working together to demonstrate creativity in design and execution along with a competitive spirit.
The winning team attains its goals set as either the fastest time or the most creative sculpture, which is then judged. The group can then sit down to dinner with their creation on show as a table centrepiece.
Find out how cool ice-fusing can be. Put together a group of friends or business colleagues and have a lot of fun.
Explore the ice-fusing challenge!