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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

sponsors with giraffe sculpture

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

bee in the city sponsors

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

illustrator with golden snail

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

read manchester bookbench

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