Art Trail 1 takes in Clarendon Dock and the Cathedral Quarter. Clarendon Dock has been redeveloped recently, and is used for things like the Maritime Festival and various other city events; it's also a business park and of course there are still docks there. The Cathedral Quarter was redeveloped a few years ago, and is probably one of the 'artier' ends of town; lots of nice pubs down little alleyways, and also wide open space in Writers' Square in front of the cathedral itself.
One of the pieces on this trail is indoors and I couldn't see it, but I'll have a look when I'm back in the area to visit St Anne's Cathedral.
So, here we go:
One step, two step, three step, fourThis is the one that's inside, so I don't have a photo yet, I'm afraid. According to my art trail guide, though, the point is that 'art can tell you what it wants to say, or it can lead you up a blind alley'.
So, lots of funky artwork was on display; if you're in the city centre and haven't popped into the Cathedral area lately, it's worth doing so, especially on a sunny day when you can bask in Writers' Square.