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Wild in Art: Artist Update March 2020

Our fabulous community of artists are the lifeblood of our organisation and we value each and every contribution you have made to our trails. Your incredible talent and vision has breathed colour, sparkle and joy to the streets of our... View Article

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Have you ‘herd’? Elephants to march into Worcester for 2021 art trail

A parade of colourful elephants will march into Worcester in summer 2021 to form the city’s second spectacular public art trail – raising funds for St Richard’s Hospice. At least 30 elephant sculptures will form the free art trail along... View Article

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Wild in Art: Important Information

We are living in unusual times at the moment, and the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic are reaching every corner of the world. In light of all that is happening, we want to give you an update on what this... View Article

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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


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


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