Tiny artworks are dotted around the Inveresk Railyards, and it’s your challenge to find them.
Interweave Arts coordinator Kim Schneiders said the Mini Arts Trail was the beginning of a multi-layered trail for the Inveresk cultural precinct. Pieces currently displayed were responding to the concept of peace.
“We liked the idea [of the arts trail] because it’s about being mindful and to see those little quirky things. I think that’s what makes out city really culturally diverse and exciting,” she said.
“Now that we’ve worked out how to obtain the boxes and adhere them, it’s a really great and easy way for us to put work in public spaces.”
Ms Schneiders said the trail would be a permanent , with more pieces to be added and QR codes put in place for an online component.
“If there are any budding artists out there that want to create a little work in a cube they’re most welcome to contact us at Interweave,” she said.
The trail was launched Sunday at 2pm.