Lichfield Sculpture Trail
Follow the the Lichfield City of Sculpture Trail around Lichfield City to explore all the public art on offer and understand more about their fascinating history.
You can either pick up a copy of the free walking trail leaflet from tourist information at Lichfield Library, or follow the trail online.
You can also download the trail from the App store 'City of Sculpture'.
About the City of Sculpture Project
An ongoing initiative to develop the visual and new media arts in the city of Lichfield. The project is looking at expandig into the development of new media and digital public art, soundscapes and the creation of opportunities to develop new physical public art. The project will look to develop walking tours of the area, sound tours and more over the coming years.
So far the project has carried out free workshops for over 3000 local people, and has created exhibitions and installation seen by over 100,000 people. It has involved numerous artists of the highest quality and continues to encourage people to say ‘YES’ to the arts and to engage with art in its widest sense.
The project's long term aim over the coming decades is to help from a creative and artistic standpoint to add to the cultural landscape of Lichfield and District, to represent the people of the area and to engage them in debate.
So far the following organisations have been involved: Rock 34, Inlife Design, The Friary School, Netherstowe High School, Lichfield Cathedral School, Lichfield Poets, The Garrick Theatre, Ridgeway Primary School, Erasmus Darwin House, St Johns House, Samuel Johnson Museum, Lichfield District Council, Lichfield City Council, Tesco, Staffordshire County Council, Local Care Homes, Lichfield Cathedral, Burntwood Library, Lichfield College of arts, Lichfield Library and Burntwood Town Council.