Students at Ravensthorpe District High School, in southern Western Australia are making small wire sculptures to be tagged and released into the local community. Finders are asked to tell us via email where they found the art work before taking it somewhere else. It is a collaborative project with the Ravensthorpe Regional Arts Council to coincide withtheir 2012 theme of "Art in unusual and Unexpected Places".
Ravensthorpe Regional Arts Council
The students at RDHS wish to thanks the Ravensthorpe Regional Arts Council and the Ravensthorpe IGA for supporting this project.
When I came to school this morning to get the Art room ready for lessons
tomorrow, I found a little wire snake in my pigeon hole! Not sure where
he’s been hiding, or who put him there…maybe they were just giving him back!
off to Perth to a meeting at Country Arts WA next week….so I think I will take
little Number 30 with me and see if I can place him somewhere without being
my name is Sally and I found the artwork 36 at a picture framing shop in Coffs
Harbour. The shop is also an art gallery, and the piece was on a little shelf
as though it was an exhibition. When I picked it up the shop owner asked me to
take it away with me.
I will be sure to leave it somewhere unusual and unexpected!