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2018 year in review montage

Year in review

2018 has flown by, and what a journey! £2.8 million raised with charity partners 600+ sculptures by artists, children and young people on art trails Six special dragons around the gardens of historic Kew Palace Debut of Snailspace sculptures helping... View Article


Sally-Ann starts new chapter

After 10 years at the helm alongside Charlie, Sally-Ann will be stepping aside as Director of Wild in Art at the end of the year. After co-founding Wild in Art in 2008, Sally-Ann Wilkinson is stepping aside as Director to... View Article

Bee in the City wins This is MCR awards

Bee in the City wins Leading Live Event

As well as winning the hearts of Manchester’s residents and visitors, Bee in the City has been recognised at the inaugural This is Manchester Awards. The Wild in Art team took home a trophy for Leading Live Event after judges... View Article

walking with the snowman live painting

The Snowman art trail comes to MediaCityUK this Christmas

A festive sculpture trail is to take place around MediaCityUK this Christmas to celebrate the 40th anniversary of Raymond Briggs’ heart-warming picture book The Snowman. This is the first time that a sculpture trail inspired by the nation’s favourite Christmas... View Article

be more snail day with norman cook

Norm’s Snails Pace Marathon

1 Day, 26 Miles, 50 Snails… legendary DJ & Martlets’ Ambassador, Norman Cook, AKA Fatboy Slim, took on a fundraising challenge for Martlets. On Friday 19 October Norman walked, rather than ran, a marathon around all 50 of Snailspace’s mighty molluscs,... View Article

hoodwinked auction

Robins fly at auction for 130k for Nottinghamshire Hospice

Robin sculptures sold at auction for a phenomenal £133,300 in the grand finale to the Hoodwinked public art event. Auctioneer Charles Hanson performed to a packed audience with an estimated 150 people in St Mary’s Church plus another 200 registered... View Article

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