HEART Art Exhibition

Sat 25th May

25th to 27th May art exhibition


100% of funds raised will be donated to the Queen Elizabeth National Park, to help fund a new anti-poaching and rehabilitation vehicle which will help endangered species such as those portrayed in our sculptures.

Join us on 25th to 27th May for our first ever exhibition of art made from recycled materials!

All sculptures are created by local schools with a passion for preserving wildlife.

100% of funds raised will be donated to the Queen Elizabeth National Park, to help fund a new anti-poaching and rehabilitation vehicle which will help endangered species such as those portrayed in our sculptures.

Saddened by real life experiences with litter in some of the most beautiful countries in the world, a small team at ZSH Paradise Wildlife Park have become very passionate about cleaning up our oceans.

Combine this with the inspirational work of some professional “litter artists” across the world, and the idea of The HEART Project was born!

ZSH staff have taken it upon themselves to educate local schools on the harm that littler can cause, and inspire them to take part in an art project of their own.

Sculptures created by students will be on display for the whole of the summer holidays at Paradise Wildlife Park, before being auctioned to raise money for important conservation efforts in Africa.

Click here to book your tickets to visit Paradise over this bank holiday weekend!

Enjoy the sculptures throughout the summer at Paradise before they are auctioned off their forever homes on 7th September. Details about this public auction to follow!

 

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