A Wild in Art Event in support of The Royal Children’s Hospital Foundation


Creativity and colour will mark the 150th anniversary of The Royal Children’s Hospital (RCH) with the help of 100 Australian artists taking part in Me and UooUoo: The RCH150 Anniversary Art Trail.

The cross-section of creatives, including First Nation artists, street artists, sculptors, painters and up-and-coming talent have started bringing their UooUoo sculptures to life in the Me and UooUoo: The RCH150 Anniversary Art Trail.

The 100 UooUoo sculptures will be sprawled throughout streets, laneways and parks in Melbourne and Geelong, fostering a sense of community to celebrate the hospital’s special milestone year and raise much-needed funds for Victoria’s sickest children.

“Me and UooUoo offers the unique opportunity for the community to be involved in celebrating the incredible heritage of this world-leading institution,” said Sue Hunt, Chief Executive Officer of the RCH Foundation.

“Most importantly, it provides a sense of unity and aspiration, so that we can persevere through these challenging times together. We were amazed by the high volume and quality of entries sent in by artists from all across Australia, and now we’re entering the next stage of delivery. The RCH Foundation is so excited, and we can’t wait to bring Me and UooUoo to life in the months ahead.”

Artists join Alexander Knox known by RCH audiences for his much-loved sculpture Creature who lives on Main Street at the hospital.

Full list of artists

Abbey Rich is a multidisciplinary artist working across canvas, walls and the body. Once at the helm of a fast-growing fashion label and showing at Virgin Australia Melbourne Fashion Festival, Abbey is now an e....Read more
For the past 16 years, Knox has been creating major art works in the public realm while maintaining a studio-based practice. His public practice is diverse in form and approach, covering large free-standing scu....Read more
Jeremy Blincoe is a visual storyteller whose purpose is not to reflect the world we see around us but to explore the inner world of the mind, the community and the shared imagination of the group. Jeremy’s wo....Read more
Inspired by nature and her surroundings Alison White's mission is to connect with nature through paint, colour, texture and flow.   Blossom by Alison White utilises a vivid range of colour, shape and....Read more
Anna Blatman has been painting full time for the last 28 years. Her career began by submitting work to local art shows and then moving on to developing a small range of originals that she sold at Southgate mark....Read more
Ashleigh Farrow is a tattoo artist from regional Victoria. Ashleigh also has a background in painting and drawing, has painted numerous murals in Bendigo, and has completed a Bachelor in Visual Arts. Learn m....Read more
Audrey Buttigieg Cardona was born in Malta and migrated to Australia in 2007. An emerging artist who focuses on drawing, her work has been featured at galleries and public spaces across Melbourne, including the....Read more
Be Free is a Melbourne artist who has been putting art out on the streets across Australia and around the world for many years. The little girl that keeps popping up is a fun-filled character who runs around wa....Read more
Beck Storer is the founder of The Cutaway, an award-winning creative studio that creates visual experiences in the public environment. Combining her love for design, technology and craft, her work challenges th....Read more
Melbourne based artist Belinda Aíkas has been painting for over 30 years. With a career in the creative fields of Visual Merchandising and Interior Decorating, she has amalgamated her professional work experie....Read more
Contemporary, public and performance artist, Brett Ashby is an Australian artist working from both London and Melbourne. Brett’s work deals with motion, collage, energy, cancer and themes related to the prese....Read more
Brittany Wetherspoon grew up on a small island inspired by the birds and art that surrounded her. She spent most of her time painting and eventually moved to Melbourne to study art at Monash University. During ....Read more
Me and UooUoo: The RCH150 Anniversary Art Trail