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A new and buzzing art project for our times

Climate change is the defining issue of our time and many of the world’s greatest challenges are being intensified by its threat. It affects everything we need to live healthy sustainable lives: from where we live, what we eat, the... View Article

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New trail announced for Christchurch, New Zealand

Following the extremely successful Christchurch Stands Tall project in 2014-15 we are excited to be working with Presenting Partner, Harcourts to bring a second public art trail to Christchurch in 2020 – Pop Up Penguins! Specially designed for Christchurch, the... View Article

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Wild in Art statement: Postponement of Cows about Cambridge

The team at Cows about Cambridge has decided to delay delivery of this world-class art trail for the time being, as a precautionary measure to help minimise the spread of Covid-19 (Coronavirus).  We look forward to bringing colour and conversations... View Article

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Whale Tales: 70 Tails, 70 Tales, 1 City

Wild in Art is delighted to be working with WWF-New Zealand and Auckland Tourism, Events and Economic Development (ATEED) to create Whale Tales – our second event in Auckland, New Zealand. Auckland’s streets, parks, and open spaces will be adorned... View Article

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GoGo discover new T-Rex sculpture

The sculpture for Break’s next art trail, GoGoDiscover, has been revealed – and it will be a terror of 20 T-Rexes stomping their way across Norwich. Businesses which have sponsored a T-Rex on the GoGo trail recently had a sneak-peek... View Article

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A very merry thank you

Our events offer established and emerging artists a chance to showcase their artwork on unusual 3D canvasses. It’s an exciting new challenge for many. Well-known artists also recognise the social impact and tangible benefits our popular public art events create.... View Article

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