New art installation announced across Brighton and Hove

THE organizers of two art installations that saw snow dogs and snails dot the city have announced a new “art adventure”.

The organization Wild in Art announced that a new installation would be coming to Brighton and Hove next autumn in a third project to raise money for Martlets Hospice.

A cryptic post on social media reads: “We are delighted to announce that following the success of our Snowdogs in 2016 and Snails in 2018, another arts adventure will hit the streets of Brighton and Hove in Autumn 2023, to raise funds for the Martlets Hospice.

“Our star of the show will be announced soon and we’ll be bringing you some special hints over the next few weeks.”

Welcoming the news, Councilor Martin Osborne said: “This is exciting – I loved the snails so I’m wondering what this new trail will be like.

“It’s also for a great cause, so hopefully something we can all stand behind.”

The Argus got on board in 2016 with its own Snowdog sculpture called Newshound, decorated with newspaper pages.

The most recent installation in 2018 placed a total of 50 snails across the city, with some of the snails spotted outside the i360, Brighton Palace Pier and Brighton Station. New art installation announced across Brighton and Hove

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