Whizz-Kidz bring Morph to London in 2023!
In the summer of 2023, an extraordinary, free public art trail and tourist attraction is coming to London providing a stunning must-see attraction for all to enjoy – and you’re invited!
Morph’s Epic Art Adventure in London is the UK’s first step-free art trail of its kind, hosted by Whizz-Kidz, the UK’s leading charity for young wheelchair users.
From 19 June to 20 August 2023, central London will be transformed when it hosts up to 70 super-sized sculptures of much-loved children’s TV character, Morph. Located alongside some of London’s most iconic landmarks, each Morph sculpture will be uniquely designed by epic, well-known and emerging artists, providing a fun family-friendly art trail for locals and visitors to follow. A series of smaller ‘Mini Morph’ sculptures adopted and created by schools will also be displayed as part of the adventure.
A Trail Map and App will navigate the public through London’s famous streets including the South Bank of the River Thames and the historic City of London, helping them discover each sculpture and unlock a series of rewards and fun facts.
Whilst exciting and inspiring people of all ages to celebrate London through creativity, the trail will also increase public awareness about the need for young wheelchair users to be mobile, enabled and included in society.
When the Trail ends, the super-sized Morph sculptures will be auctioned to raise funds for Whizz-Kidz.
A great school holiday day out with the family. Your challenge is to find all the Morphs across this epic London Trail!
Morph’s Epic Art Adventure in London 2023 – June 19 2023All Events
Whether you’re an artist, school, community group or business there are lot’s of ways you can get involved with Morph’s Epic Art Adventure in London.
“Businesses have to spend budgets wisely and it’s the best £5k we could ever spend. We would have to spend 4 or 5 times that amount if we were to pay for the amount of PR coverage that you get from doing one of these events.” Nadia Cowdrey, DMH Stallard incorporating Griffith Smith LLP. (Snailspace, Brighton & Hove)
Become a Sponsor
A unique opportunity to be part of a high profile, exciting public exhibition and tourist attraction which will help bring joy and vibrancy back to London’s streets.
- Benefit from fantastic colleagues, client, customer and supplier engagement opportunities through the trail
- Sponsor a Morph sculpture – the ‘canvas’ inspired by Aardman and much-loved children’s TV character Morph
- Select a unique artwork to be featured on your dedicated sculpture and promote your brand on the sculpture plinths, Trail Map and App, ensuring high visibility with hundreds of thousands of trail visitors
- Help educate local school children and communities about diversity and inclusion and promote engagement in the creative arts through this thought-provoking, step free Trail
- Gain media coverage and generate appealing social media content for your channels
- Support artists and showcase their work. Help Whizz-Kidz champion disabled artists
- Help to raise significant funds for Whizz-Kidz. We aim to raise over £400,000 through the trail to support young wheelchair users to become mobile, enabled and included.
- Own a unique piece of art and join us for a night to remember where we will be auctioning off our magnificent Morphs to raise funds for Whizz-Kidz.
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