Sculpture Festival educates | PNG Loop
This has so far seen three weekends of classic exhibitions of sculptures created from objects that would have been discarded, rubbish.
The BSP team was on site at the Parc this weekend (18e-19e June), helping clients open accounts and coordinating various activities for children.
BSP PR and Communications Manager Lavinia Mul said: “Of these activities we have the opening of accounting, we have a bouncy castle for the kids where the kids come to play, coloring contests here , kids learn to color, then they trade prizes for themselves.”
She said BSP has been a sponsor and supporter of the sculpture festival for the past four years.
“It’s about raising awareness about the reuse of plastic. We turn waste into sculptures where we display it here, children can walk around, parents can walk around and see the sculptures that have been created from plastic waste.
The BSP Trash to Treasure festival features sculptures created from scrap cans, bottles, plastics and glass. The sculptures will be displayed during the two remaining weekends which end on July 3rd to see it all. Park visitors are encouraged to be part of this fantastic event by being responsible for the environment.
The objective of the festival is to raise awareness of the growing problem of waste, in particular plastic pollution, to encourage the public to rethink their waste and the amount that everyone creates, and to challenge the reuse of objects that would normally be thrown away. .