Lining up for a ride on the Big Wheel........
Taking a stroll along the Promenade
The Rhinos will appear on busy city
street corners. They’ll dazzle visitors
arriving a the airport. You may bump
into a small herd on top of Table
Mountain, or guarding The Castle,
or protesting outside parliament,
(after all this is a democracy).
Each life sized Rhino sculpture will
be designed by artists - famous and
emerging, and by celebrities from South Africa and around the world. Special programs for schools will educate children about wildlife protection and careers in the creative arts.
We invite you to
take part by sponsoring
a Rhino for your business.
There are sponsorship
opportunities to suit
Artists and our creative
communities are invited to
participate by designing
a fabulous Rhino and
showcasing their work
Our education program
teaches kids about th
importance of wildlife-
protection while creating
their own mini rhinos
for the exhibition
" IT TAKES TEAM WORK
TO MAKE THE DREAM WORK"
Our mission is to contribute meaningful funds and to raise awareness for the plight of our rhinos
by organising a popular outdoor Art Exhibition in Cape Town lasting several months which will increase tourism, boost the economy, educate children to protect wildlife and expose local artists to new markets - through collaborations between business and the arts on one platform supporting a
socially responsible wild life conservation ideal.
Checking the views on top of Table Mountain
In the summer of 2017/2018 a crash (herd)
of 100 or more Rhinos will be stampeding
through the historic streets of Cape Town.
Life-size brilliantly imagined Rhinos will
enchant both locals and visitors alike.
This spectacular Outdoor Art Exhibition will
last three summer months. With your support
we can help secure a safer future for our Rhinos.
Eight rhino ambassadors will clambour aboard a nattily decorated carnival float. They'll interview celebrities, taste wine at famous wine estates, flirt with the paparazzi and make a media spectacle of themselves.
These eight rhino ambassadors will have been transformed by prominent artists to become valuable works of art and will form part of the crash of Golden Rhinos to be auctioned in April 2018 after the Exhibition.