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Teignmouth Recycled Art In Landscape

TRAIL is an artist-led, voluntary organisation focusing on raising awareness of environmental issues through recycled art. The acclaimed annual sculpture trail, along Teignmouth Sea Front, takes place for the duration of the summer season along the South Devon coast.  Alongside our main annual exhibition, Indoor TRAIL showcases the best in recycled art for your home in a gallery setting. We run regular workshops, make sculptures for environmental campaigns and organisations and work with local schools and community groups.

2019 is TRAIL’s 15th anniversary and continues to give professional artists, community groups and amateur artists an equal platform to exhibit experimental work and is a unique opportunity to exhibit large scale, recycled sculpture in a public space with no cost to the artists.

The TRAIL 2019 outdoor exhibition has begun.
To find out more information on the sculptures, artists and materials used, click on the sculpture images. 

Click here to vote for your favorite 2019 sculpture

We are delighted to announce this years sponsors of the Community prize and the public choice prize as: 

This years sponsors of  TRAIL are 


Our warmest thanks goes to all the businesses and organisations that donate time and money to help us produce this event.

TRAIL announce the launch of our TerraCycle drop off point at TAAG Arts and Community centre in Teignmouth.

What is TerraCycle?

Click here for more information on TerraCycle and for the list of what we are collecting at TAAG.

2018 Overview

2018 was a truly amazing year with so many achievements.  TeignVironment, TRAIL’s sister group begun its work of running weekly workshops (click here to visit the TeignVironment page for more info).

TRAIL created a giant coat made from over 30,000 recycled straws for The Marine Conservation Societies, Slurper the straw monster whilst working with the resorts office and local businesses to make Teignmouth Town 95% single use plastic straw free. For the Environment Agency to mark World Oceans day we created a large selfie sculpture made from hundreds of discarded plastic bottles from a local marathon. 2018’s outdoor show saw lots of artists new and returning, community groups and schools taking part an interesting and thought provoking collection of art.

We hope this year sees more successes and changes for the better to our environment as we continue to educate through art the many messages that are so important to know.

TRAIL future events, TRAIL activities and more will be posted here as it comes in so keep popping back for more ……….

For more event information check out our events and what’s on page. New information and events are added all the time so make sure you keep checking!

For more information on sponsorship or volunteering with TRAIL please contact us at trailartuk@googlemail.com

TRAIL is powered by volunteer staff

Our warmest thanks goes to all the businesses and organisations that donate time and money to help us produce this event.

 

 

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