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It’s Time to Bring Fanfare Home to Christchurch

It’s Time to Bring Fanfare Home to Christchurch


On 1 September SCAPE Public Art will launch their Bring Fanfare Home Public Appeal Campaign to raise the $50,000 needed to install Neil Dawson’s extraordinary sculpture Fanfare in Christchurch.

Through the use of the popular fundraising website, PledgeMe and Radio Live promotional sponsorship, SCAPE Public Art turns to the public of Christchurch, Canterbury and New Zealand to pledge funds towards installingFanfare for all to enjoy. The Bring Fanfare Home PledgeMe Campaign will run for a period of 6 weeks until 13 October with a range of rewards for those who pledge amounts between $10 and $5,000.

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