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Whale Tales

80 tails, 80 tales, 80 artists, 12 weeks, 1 city, 1 mission

We are excited to launch our latest trail in Auckland, New Zealand in partnership with WWF New Zealand, Auckland Unlimited and Presenting Partner Harcourts NZ. Taking place from 24 January – 18 April 2022, Whale Tales celebrates Aotearoa, art and... View Article

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Cows about Cambridge

Cows About Cambridge: An Udderly Spectacular Success For The City

Independent research into the impact of the Cows about Cambridge sculpture trail has found that the initiative delivered a direct economic benefit of £12.8 million for the city, with a GVA (Gross Value Added) of £5.95 million. More than 533,570 residents and... View Article

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Elmer’s Big Heart of Kent Parade gives a Mammoth Boost to Local Economy

The results are in and in addition to the event raising £312,750 for Heart of Kent Hospice when 51 Elmers were sold at auction, feedback from members of the public who downloaded the Parade App, and visitors who completed the... View Article

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Elmer Raises over £1 Million for Charities

Wild in Art, in partnership with Andersen Press have now raised more than £1m for UK charities with the Elmer sculpture after a recent auction secured £312,750 for the Heart of Kent Hospice. The auction was held on 9th September at the Mercure in Maidstone –... View Article

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Stories of Gratitude

Stories of Gratitude

We have launched an open call for people across the UK to contribute to ‘Gratitude‘, a national touring art installation by sharing their real-life stories and poems about key workers during the pandemic, a selection of which will be recorded by... View Article

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Giant Hares arrive in Winchester

Over the past few weeks as spring arrived, residents of Winchester spotted some unusual activity across the city. Locals took to social media to share photos of a giant hare which popped up at various locations, disappearing just as mysteriously... View Article

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