Wallabies Gone Wild 2019

An Exclusive Island Wide Art Trail

What is it?

Wallabies Gone Wild is the first ever public art event managed by Hospice IOM, in association with Wild In Art.

Wild in Art events are hugely popular wherever they take place, offering an excellent return on investment whether through staff engagement, supporting local initiatives or driving sales and footfall.

How we are involved

The Isle of Man Arts Council are proud to be sponsoring three wallaby designs for the Wallabies Gone Wild project. We are delighted to support designs created by local artists Eve Adams, Anna Clucas and Debra Tracey Carney.

How does it benefit artists?

The aim of Wallabies Gone Wild is to promote the importance of creativity which is something that we here at the Arts Council strongly align with as well. There is so much creative talent here on the Island and the project offers artists the unique chance to showcase that talent. Furthermore, the project enables us to engage with the community through public art that creates cohesion, has a positive economic and social impact that will raise funds for the Isle of Man Hospice to provide care that benefits even more patients, carers and families within the community.

A sponsored body of
The Department of Education, Sport and Culture
Rheynn Ynsee, Spoyrt as Cultoor
Isle of Man Government
Reiltys Ellan Vannin
Isle of man Government