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Organisations join forces to sponsor giraffe

Historic institution has joined forces with property organisations to sponsor a giraffe sculpture for a public art trail. Worcester’s Hopmarket has teamed up with Fisher German and Fortis Living to fund the sculpture – which will stand alongside 29 others... View Article

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Top businesses sign up to taste success of Bee in the City

Fifteen high-profile Manchester businesses have signed up to support the city’s latest creative adventure – its biggest ever public art trail, Bee in the City. Wild in Art is delighted to announce its first corporate Sponsors (listed in order of... View Article

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Sign up to Snailspace & win a visit from award-winning illustrator Nick Sharratt

Martlets Hospice are delighted to announce that award-winning author/illustrator Nick Sharratt has climbed aboard the Snailway to become the Learners Ambassador for Snailspace, this autumn’s must-see public art event by the charity and Wild in Art. Nearly 30 schools, after-school... View Article

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Business support needed to bring iconic BookBenches to Stoke-on-Trent

Plans are underway to bring a striking trail of book-shaped benches to Stoke-on-Trent in 2019, as part of the Stoke Reads campaign. Around 30 BookBenches will be decorated by local schools with designs inspired by books and stories. The colourful... View Article

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Here’s to a wild 2018

Wow, what a year 2017 has been: £700k raised with charity partners 500+ sculptures by artists and schools displayed 12 new Nutcracker sculptures created for Portsmouth Historic Dockyard 2 Blue Peter presenters met our new dragon sculpture for Kew Gardens 1 world-famous Elephant joined the Wild in... View Article

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BookBenches as you’ve never seen them before

Animator Frankie Cook re-imagines our BookBench sculptures. Inspired by The Big Read and Read Manchester.  

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