On May 19, 2023 we will see the official unveiling of the sculpture installation, Love The Last March, the longest sculpture in the world for wildlife conservation.
In partnership with WWF-Singapore, artists Gillie and Marc’s 192-meter-long sculpture will showcase 45 of the world’s most threatened animal species, each cast in bronze as an interactive experience, bringing critical awareness for wildlife conservation.
The unveiling will be in Singapore, and is the first of a series of wildlife conservation sculptures that the artists plan to install around the world.
At The Turrill Sculpture Garden animal sculptures are always popular, and we enjoy seeing how children especially interact with them. Their wish to simply play or dance around the animals is sometimes enhanced by parents explaining why wildlife plays such an important role in maintaining an ecological balance on Earth.
There are plenty of resources online to help educate and fascinate children about wildlife conservation, but If you would like to encourage your young ones to learn more about conservation, then why not join the Berks, Bucks and Oxon Wildlife Trust? Details of what they do and how to join can be found here
And you can read more about the work of Gillie and Marc Here
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