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12th February 2013 – 15th March 2013

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bigegghunt@gmail.com

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The Big Egg Hunt 2013

The Big Egg Hunt 2013, will be Ireland’s biggest and most interactive public art display where 100 exquisite and uniquely crafted eggs designed by leading artists and celebrities (including Joe Duffy, John Rocha, and Rick O’Shea) will take over the streets of Dublin.

The Eggs will be placed in key locations in Dublin from the 12th February (Pancake Tuesday) to the 15th March after which they will be brought to one central location and displayed for one week at the CHQ building in the IFSC.

Displayed in iconic outdoor locations and high profile venues such as Trinity Collage, Brown Thomas, Phoenix Park, Stephen’s Green, and Botanic Gardens, each one of the 100 eggs will become a treasure to be discovered by the public.

This is going to be one of the biggest & most exciting projects taking place in Dublin this year and it will involve all age groups and profiles of people. While the eggs are in hiding there will be an ongoing online auction to sell the eggs with all proceeds going to The Jack and Jill Children’s Foundation.

The Big Egg Hunt 2013

12th February 2013 – 15th March 2013

CONTACT

bigegghunt@gmail.com

WEB

thebigegghunt.ie

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The Big Egg Hunt 2013, will be Ireland’s biggest and most interactive public art display where 100 exquisite and uniquely crafted eggs designed by leading artists and celebrities (including Joe Duffy, John Rocha, and Rick O’Shea) will take over the streets of Dublin.

The Eggs will be placed in key locations in Dublin from the 12th February (Pancake Tuesday) to the 15th March after which they will be brought to one central location and displayed for one week at the CHQ building in the IFSC.

Displayed in iconic outdoor locations and high profile venues such as Trinity Collage, Brown Thomas, Phoenix Park, Stephen’s Green, and Botanic Gardens, each one of the 100 eggs will become a treasure to be discovered by the public.

This is going to be one of the biggest & most exciting projects taking place in Dublin this year and it will involve all age groups and profiles of people. While the eggs are in hiding there will be an ongoing online auction to sell the eggs with all proceeds going to The Jack and Jill Children’s Foundation.

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