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IT’S THE YEAR OF THE TIGER!  WWF-Singapore’s AR-mazing Tiger Trail is Unveiled

15 3 月 2022

The World Wide Fund for Nature Singapore (WWF- Singapore)’s AR-mazing Tiger Trail 2022 takes place from Saturday 26th February to Saturday 9th April.

The 3-part island-wide trail zooms in on tiger conservation and other key environmental causes facing the planet today in a bid to use art as a vehicle to educate and spark discussion and action. 33 life-sized tiger sculptures are being exhibited across Singapore, with the iconic decorated cats popping up at the likes of Gardens by the Bay, Jewel Changi, National Gallery, Kampong Glam and Sentosa. The sculptures are designed by local and internationally acclaimed artists; each presenting a unique perspective on how climate change, poaching and deforestation are affecting tigers in the wild.

Throughout the course of WWF-Singapore’s AR-mazing Tiger Trail, a series of workshops and activities will provide further opportunities for engagement and education. Paid AR-mazing Tiger Trail tours are offered through the Civic District and Kampong Glam where guides will share deeper insights into the trail and sculptures in these specific areas, as well as how the AR-mazing Tiger Trail is benefitting tiger conservation.

Chromatic Tiger
Artist: Ian Davenport (UK)

Marking the culmination of the trail, WWF-Singapore, together with Sotheby’s, will launch an online auction from 12th April – 5th May 2022. The auction will offer collectors from around the world the opportunity to own one of the incredible, life-sized sculptures that formed the AR-mazing Tiger Trail.

WWF-Singapore's AR-mazing Tiger Trail
Artist: Mauro Perucchetti (Italy)

Asian Tigers Singapore is proud to be the logistics partner for the WWF-Singapore’s AR-mazing Tiger Trail.  We are advocates of WWF- Singapore’s mission to stop the degradation of the planet’s natural environment and to build a future in which people live in harmony with nature. The protection of tigers and their habitats supports the entire ecosystems, and contributes significantly to enhancing biodiversity and sustainability. In the words of WWF, “Together we can reverse a century of decline”.

WWF-Singapore's AR-mazing Tiger Trail
Artist: Kumari Nahappan (Singapore)
Image credit: © WWF-Singapore

More information on WWF-Singapore’s AR-mazing Tiger Trail can be found on tigertrail.wwf.sg.

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