Public art events that entertain, enrich, inform and leave a lasting legacy.

Connecting businesses, artists and communities through the power of creativity, Wild in Art events have enabled more than £19.5 million to be raised for charitable causes through auctions alone and helped millions of people of all ages to experience art in non-traditional settings.

Our art trails provide a platform for amateur and professional artists to showcase their work and to date our events have contributed more than £3.5 million to creative communities.

We design programmes that resonate with children and young people, the outcomes providing a unique insight into the aspirations, hopes, and dreams of future generations. Our learning programmes have engaged over 950,000 young people so far.


Where it all began

Wild in Art’s Story

It’s been 14 years since Wild in Art first came to the world’s attention with Go Superlambananas, part of Liverpool’s European Capital of Culture celebrations. Since then, we’ve gone on to animate cities across four continents including Sydney, Melbourne, Auckland, Christchurch, Cape Town and São Paulo.

Closer to home we’ve created public art trails for the London 2012 Olympics and Paralympics, the 2014 Glasgow Commonwealth Games and the Ryder Cup and developed events the length and breadth of the country. From our first national trail across Scotland and our first touring installation, Gratitude, to trails in Manchester, Birmingham, Cardiff, we’ve been privileged to work with many wonderful partners in many different locations.

In 2022 we are looking forward to our first ever trail in Northern Ireland and much much more.



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It’s a wild world

See all our events

Wild in Art is busy planning art trails and creative projects across the UK and beyond.

From Owls to Giraffes, Elmer and The Snowdog, find an event near you.


Shop Wild in Art

Wild gifts for artists, art lovers and anyone who is a little wild at heart.

Our collection of illustrated gifts lovingly replicate the unique designs displayed on our public art trails.


Join our virtual trail

We believe creativity connects us so download the templates and get creative.

From the UK to New Zealand and back, join us in creating our biggest virtual art trail yet and put your creativity on the map!


Get Involved

Shaun the Sheep on the Tyne is for everybody! Whether you are a business interested in sponsoring a sculpture, an artist who wants to design and paint one, or a school or community group who would love to adopt a little Shaun as part of our learning programme, there are many opportunities to join the flock.

Together we are award-winning.

Winner – Event of the Year, PPA Scottish Magazine Awards 2019

Bee in the City, Manchester – Best Event, Manchester Culture Awards 2019

Glasgow Inspiring City Awards, Art and Culture Award Winner 2019

Bee in the City, Manchester – App of the Year, Prolific North Awards 2019

Sally-Ann Wilkinson – Manchester BEE Award, Inspiring Women Awards 2019

Event of the Year and Charity Award Finalist, PRCA Dare Awards 2019

Bee in the City, Manchester – Best Event of the Year, PR Moment Awards 2019

Best Not-for-Profit Event, New Zealand Events Association Awards 2018

Bee in the City, Manchester – Best Art Event / Exhibition, CityLife Awards 2018

Bee in the City – Leading Live Event, This is Manchester Awards 2018

Finalist, Family Event of the Year, Norfolk and Suffolk Tourism Awards 2019

GoGoHares Norwich – People’s Choice Award, Norfolk Arts Awards 2018

Special Recognition Award at Sheffield Business Awards 2017

Best One Off Event, New Zealand Events Association Awards 2015

Best Event or Festival, Aberdeen City and Shire Tourism Awards 2015

Tourism Event of the Year, Bristol Tourism and Hospitality Awards 2013

Tourism Event of the Year, English Riviera & South Devon Tourism Awards 2013

Mali in the City, Melbourne Zoo – Finalist, Australian Event Awards 2013

A Wild in Art event

Wild in Art is the leading producer of spectacular public art events and creative projects which enrich, entertain, inform and connect communities – giving people of all ages a voice through art.

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