St Oswald’s Children’s Hospice has teamed up with Wild in Art to stage Tyne and Wear’s biggest ever mass-participation, public art event – Great North Snowdogs, and Quorum are getting in on the action!
Woof300 will be stationed at the water fountains in front of our Q12 building while Pink is the New Black will be based at the park entrance.
Once the trail ends, the sculptures will be auctioned at a glittering event in December 2016, to raise funds for St Oswald’s Children’s Hospice. A separate trail of smaller Snowdogs, created by local school children and community groups will also be exhibited, celebrating the talent of the young people of the North East.
Woof3000 was painted by Liverpool based artist, Sophie Green. You can learn more about Sophie’s work on her website here.
Pink is the new Black was designed by celebrity hairdresser, Lee Stafford!
We’re keeping pictures under wraps until the big reveal on Monday 19th September. We can’t wait! 🙂