Public art events that entertain, enrich, inform and leave a lasting legacy.
Gorillas, dragons, hares and now dinosaurs! Break are proud to partner once again with Wild in Art on what will be our fourth collaboration in Norwich.
Connecting businesses, artists and communities through the power of creativity, the art trails have positively contributed to the economic, social and cultural life of Norwich and provided a platform for amateur and professional artists to showcase their work. Furthermore they have helped millions of people of all ages experience art in a non-traditional setting - bringing joy and smiles to all.
Being creative through the medium of art not only gives people a voice, it’s also beneficial to health and wellbeing - something more important than ever in these unprecedented times.
About Wild in Art
Since 2008 Wild in Art has animated cities across the world including Manchester, Sydney, Auckland, Cape Town and São Paulo, and created trails for the London 2012 Olympics, the 2014 Commonwealth Games and Historic Royal Palaces. To date, our art trails have enabled more than £15 million to be raised for charitable causes through auctions alone, contributed more than £2.4 million to creative communities and engaged over 850,000 young people in learning programmes.
In 2021 look out for an exciting calendar of art trails across the UK, including Cows about Cambridge produced in partnership with Break.