Art Everywhere Two Weeks from 12th August

Saturday, 27 July 2013
Art Everywhere Two Weeks from 12th August

Showcasing great British art across the UK, Art Everywhere will be the largest exhibition of its kind in the world. For two weeks in August some of the nation’s greatest art will be on display across tens of thousands of billboards up and down the country. Artists, curators, media owners, and entrepreneurs joined by a love of art are fuelling this massive charitable celebration.

Help Make it Happen AND Choose Your Favourites!

Phase 1

DONATE  From 7th June

To help find a Bacon at your bus stop, a Constable in the car park or a Turner at the train station you only need give £3 – this pays for the paper and print and will convert a billboard into a British Masterpiece. Chip in more and you can also get some amazing rewards as a thank you for putting on the show. The artist Bob and Roberta Smith has helped to create some exclusive limited editions. Donate here
Phase 2

Have Your SayFrom 21st June

Choose your favourites from a longlist of great works – a snapshot for Art Everywhere 2013. This is just one list – create your own and then tell us! All pieces are from UK public collections and you can help choose the final 50 to display up large across the thousands of sites. Pieces that make you go ‘WOW’ and would look great on a poster.Start following us on Facebook to make sure you don’t miss out. Share your ‘likes’ with all your friends and find out what other people are saying. If you don’t have Facebook and want to tell us which ones you liked best just send us an email and we’ll make sure they are included in the final count –
Phase 3

LAUNCH8th August – 25th August

Be moved, be inspired, be surprised and get smiling! With the blippar app you can hover your mobile close to the poster you see and it will take you to loads more info about the piece, where to find the original and how to buy a print if you really like it. Tell us about it and share it – get our website map buzzing with what you’ve seen in the most unlikely places…

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