Hospice Isle of Man are over the moon to announce 3FM have partnered up with The Big Splash to support the 2022 Wild in Art trail. This is the largest mass participation art event to ever come to the Isle of Man. This world-class public art trail will be live for 12 weeks from May – September 2022.
3FM, who were involved in the Wallabies Gone Wild trail in 2019, are very excited to be involved again and look forward to working with Hospice on one of the biggest projects of 2022.
Jason Quinn, Managing Director of 3FM said “We are thrilled to once again partner with Hospice Isle of Man for what will be an incredible Island wide event in 2022! We were blown away by the Wallaby trail and know that “The Big Splash” will be an even bigger success and raise much needed funds for the dedicated, hardworking team from Hospice Isle of Man. We look forward to introducing all of the new Dolphin sculptures to the 3FM audience, On Air, Online & On Video!”
Chief Executive of Hospice Isle of Man, Anne Mills said “We are delighted that we can now count on the 3FM team to help us create ‘a big splash’ around the Island next summer, whilst helping us spread the word about our exciting dolphin trail. 3FM have been fantastic supporters of Hospice over the years, helping us engage with the Island community and inform people about what we have going on.
3FM coming on board as our multimedia partner has helped solidify the relationship we already have with them, and our partnership will benefit and raise awareness of the services Hospice provides for people at the end of their life.”
More than 30 individually designed dolphin sculptures will form a trail of discovery across the Island next spring, encouraging residents and visitors to the Isle of Man to explore the environment from an exciting new perspective – while promoting wellbeing and an active lifestyle. Each of these sculptures will be sponsored by businesses who will benefit from a range of PR opportunities prior to and throughout the trail itself.
The Big Splash project team is keen to connect with other businesses across the Island. With their confirmed Education Project Partner, Sculpture Sponsors, Media Partner and a significant number of ongoing conversations taking place, the project is proving to be popular.