Live Streaming of RWC 2011 Sculpture

6 September 2011

If you happen to be standing in front of the new Rugby World Cup 2011 sculpture you are being watched - live.

People from all over the world can say hi to their families back home

People from all over the world can say hi to their families back home

We now have 24-hour live streaming of the sculpture which means family and friends can see you online. All you need to do to get on 'TV' is tell your family and friends to go to the link below at the same time as you pose in front of the sculpture.

RWC 2011 Sculpture - Live streaming video

It's located on Jack Ilott Green at the corner of Harris Street and Jervois Quay, beside Civic Square. The Council's Director for RWC 2011 and City Events, Derek Fry, has no doubt the live streaming will be popular.

"The sculpture will enhance Wellington's reputation as an arts capital and provide lasting memories for tourists - rugby fans and others - visiting Wellington before, during and after RWC 2011," says Derek.

"It's a significant art work and because it was designed by Richard Taylor at Weta Workshop it has a distinctly Wellington feel to it. I look forward to seeing it beamed around the world!"