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Bee in the city art selection

Final designs selected for Bee in the City’s public art trail across Manchester

On Monday 9 April, the final designs were chosen for Bee in the City. Hundreds of regional and national artists have submitted their unique designs hoping to see their work adorn the giant Bee sculptures that will be part of a... View Article

elmer plymouth

Three is the magic number as third Elmer’s Big Art Parade is revealed

Turning the country patchwork in 2019, we’re excited to introduce a third public art event featuring world-famous Elmer the patchwork elephant. When it comes to encouraging more open discussion around the sensitive subjects of death and dying, St Luke’s Hospice... View Article

Well Pharmacy back Bee in the City

It’s all about Well-beeing as national pharmacy chain backs Bee in the City

Manchester City Centre was treated to a dazzling preview of this summer’s public art exhibition, Bee in the City, when its 1.8m golden chrome ‘Au’ bee toured key locations across the city. The ‘Au’ bee was spotted in St Peter’s... View Article

Brandwatch back Snailspace

Global leader Brandwatch backs Brighton’s SnailSpace

Brighton business Brandwatch, the world’s leading social intelligence group, has signed up as Headline Sponsor for Snailspace, this autumn’s must-see public art event in Brighton & Hove. Speaking about their decision to back the Snailspace event, Katja Garrood, Creative Director... View Article

Hoodwinked school pupils

Fifty-two schools join Robin’s merry band

Fifty-two Nottingham primary schools have joined Robin Hood’s merry band by signing up for the Hoodwinked education programme, Robin’s Tales. The programme of novel literacy and art activities will bring the Robin Hood legend to life for thousands of children... View Article

Phareoh and Osc-Hare

Norfolk town will be hopping like an Egyptian for GoGoHares

A Norfolk town will be welcoming visitors to walk like an Egyptian following the reveal of a moongazer hare sculpture to celebrate 50 years of local children’s charity, Break. The chosen sculpture, designed and created by Sophie Green, is part... View Article