At the beginning of the day, a mostly shapeless pile of sand occupied the stage. A sign hung to the right promotes “A World of Voices at Walt Disney World.” The sand sculpture honors Asian Pacific American Heritage Month. The sign reads:
Walt Disney World Resort is honoring the talents, cultures, and contributions of the Asian American and Pacific Islander community with unique and special offerings throughout our Parks, Resorts, and Disney Springs.
To the left, we see a sign letting guests know that the sculpture is inspired by Disney’s Moana.
Before it can be sculpted, the sand must be wetted and packed.
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Artists use shovels to pack and shape the sand before carving the sculpture.