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Wild in Art brings the creativity and enjoyment of public art to thousands of people through its high profile and popular events.

Working with host partners, artists, communities and schools together with public and private sector organisations, we produce mass participation events that animate cities and towns around the UK and beyond.

Through inspiring partnerships, our events bring immense pride to communities while offering extraordinary social and economic benefits as thousands of residents and tourists alike discover the wonderful world of creativity in a truly memorable shared experience.

Conservation and citizenship are at the heart of our education work. We offer a unique range of animal sculptures and a cross curriculum creativity pack designed to enhance learning through the creative process. From rhinos and elephants to penguins and gorillas, and everything in between, our education projects offer fun, collaborative learning that inspires children of all abilities, to unleash their creative talent!

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NEWS FROM WILD IN ART

Year of the Bus

New Routemaste Bus Sculptures Unveiled in Trafalgar Square

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Twenty-eight New Routemaster bus sculptures, painted and adorned by well-known and aspiring artists will be unveiled against the iconic backdrop of Trafalgar Square on Friday 17 October 2014.  The sculptures form a collection of up to 60 bus sculptures, commissioned … Read More

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The Barons’ Charter Sculpture Trail is coming to Salisbury

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To help mark the 800th anniversary of Magna Carta, Salisbury based charity the Trussell Trust and Wild in Art are creating a large scale public art event in Salisbury in the summer of 2015. The event will feature 35+ sculptures featuring … Read More

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‘Clyde’s Trail’ will see colourful mascot sculptures popping up across Glasgow for the Commonwealth Games

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A series of colourful sculptures of Clyde – the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games mascot – are to go on display in the city. ‘Clyde’s Trail’ will see 25 unique life-sized fibreglass statues pop-up at locations across Glasgow from this weekend … Read More

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