The Sunday Post will publish the first map of the Big Wullie Bucket Trail in Dundee
You will have heard about the Oor Wullie BIG Bucket Trail 2019 already.
Just one week to go until launch! ? Here’s a sneak peek of @johannabasford’s sculpture for @archiegrampian which you can see in Aberdeen from next Monday! ??? #OWBBT pic.twitter.com/S1Q0oZs9YS
— Oor Wullie's BIG Bucket Trail (@OWBIGBucket) June 10, 2019
The first ever nationwide public art trail to hit the Scottish city streets is well on its way to becoming an unforgettable charity event this Summer.
The trail of 300+ Oor Wullies, painted by different artists from across Scotland and beyond, will follow through Glasgow, Inverness, Aberdeen and Dundee.
The trail will raise funds for Glasgow Children’s Hospital Charity, the Archie Foundation, and Edinburgh Children’s Hospital Charity – three superb children’s charities.
We’ve been keeping track of the different Oor Wullie’s during the process of their colourful makeovers across Scotland – click here to see the photos for yourself.
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Calling all artists! ? The deadline for submitting your designs for Oor Wullie’s BIG Bucket Trail is January 31st – just three weeks away! Don’t miss your chance to be involved in Scotland’s first ever public art trail! Click on the link in bio for all the info. #owbbt #foreverychild #publicart #artistcallout #scotlandartist #ukartist #wildinartevent #wildinart
THIS SUNDAY (June 16) The Sunday Post will publish in print the first ever map of the Dundee trail of artists and Wullies.
The map includes up to 36 Wullie’s and locations, so you can follow the trail as soon as the event officially kicks off on June 17.
Stay tuned for more information soon.
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