In 2020, The Royal Children’s Hospital (RCH) will mark its 150th anniversary. In recognition of this major milestone, the RCH Foundation, supported by Wild in Art, is bringing colour and creativity to the streets of Melbourne and Geelong with a spectacular public art trail.
Me and UooUoo (pronounced you-you) combines Victoria’s renowned passion for the arts and culture with a dash of outdoor adventure. Spanning 10 weeks from September to November 2020, the art trail encourages communities to be active by visiting unique art sculptures.
One hundred UooUoo sculptures, each one individually designed by an artist and sponsored by a business, will find homes in laneways, streets, parks and public spaces, forming walking trails throughout Melbourne and Geelong.
To help make this large-scale event come to life, we need your generosity.
Sponsorship offers an unprecedented business development, employee and community engagement opportunity. Access a range of marketing, PR, and CSR benefits, reach new audiences and put your organisation on the map.
Sponsor this unique event to promote your business, drive customers to your door and support a much-loved institution.
Submissions are now closed.
The RCH Foundation and its supporters thank everyone who submitted a design for UooUoo.
An independent selection panel are currently reviewing all submissions and we will be in contact with all artist very shortly.
You can see UooUoo on the trail from 9 September – 29 November 2020.
“We hope you will help us celebrate 150 years of great care in 2020 by taking this special opportunity to support the RCH150 Anniversary Art Trail. We invite you to join us as we honour the hospital’s incredible journey and the beloved place it holds in the hearts of Victorians.”
The Hon Rob Knowles AO
The Royal Children’s Hospital
“On behalf of the City of Melbourne, I am proud to endorse Me and UooUoo: The RCH150 Anniversary Art Trail. The art trail encourages curiosity and showcases some of Melbourne’s best attributes including our thriving arts and culture scene and hidden laneway gems. I encourage you to join me in supporting this amazing initiative and help ensure The Royal Children’s Hospital can continue to provide exceptional care for all children now and in the future.”
Lord Mayor of Melbourne