The Fort St. John Community Arts Council is pleased to announce the winners from the 8th Annual High On Ice Festival. Carving events took place by professional and amateur carvers from January 13 to 15 in Centennial Park. The
For the second year in a row, professional and amateur ice carvers are braving bitter cold to produce the sculptures that always seem to rise above the weather conditions and amaze all of us who are brave enough to walk
The High on Ice Carving competition is well underway at Centennial Park and conditions are good with the colder weather arriving just in time. The Single Block sculptures have been completed and judged. Carvers are now hard at work on
Mild Temps Won’t Derail Family Fun at Carving Contest Fort St. John BC (January 11, 2012)— The weather outside may feel like spring, but winter will be in the air this weekend during an outdoor carving extravaganza teaming with fun
History The Arts Council partners with the City of Fort St. John to deliver the High On Ice Festival. The Fort St. John Community Arts Council delivers the ice and snow carving events, including an international NICA (National Ice Carving
Fort St. John BC (January 17, 2011) — The Fort St. John Community Arts Council is pleased to announce the winners from the 7th Annual High On Ice Festival. Sculpting events took place by professional, amateur and intermediate carvers from
The High On Ice Festival’s Professional Ice Carving Competition is known globally as a premier competition for carvers. The masterpieces created each year by professional and amateur carvers alike offer a unique attraction in Northern British Columbia, Canada. Please read
A big thanks to all of our sponsors and friends who made this year’s High on Ice a huge success. Please read more to see a complete list of our sponsors.