AN art trail across the city, including work from a Turner Prize-nominee, has been grabbing attention.

The exhibition What Do We Want? brings together works from the Worcester City Art Gallery and Museum's historic collection of satirical and political prints along with new artworks by Turner Prize-nominee Mark Titchner and Gillian Wearing.

The Foregate Street museum is the starting point for the trail while new artwork can be seen at The Hive, Ping An Oriental, Tudor House and Worcester Arts Workshop.

The works are inspired by Titchner’s 2006 work The Invisible Republic - a huge two-storey high banner which can be seen in the Art Gallery and Museum.

The new works are designed to bring the voices of local people to the fore in a combined public expression of 'What Worcester Wants'.

Deborah Fox, senior curator for Museums Worcestershire, said: “We are really grateful to our partners in Worcester for working with us on this exhibition and to the venues for displaying the incredible artworks which are creating quite a stir in the city.”

Laura Worsfold, from The Hive, said: “The Hive is pleased to support this innovative project to bring contemporary art to the streets of Worcester.

"We are proud to host the artwork by a Turner Prize-nominated artist and it’s very fitting for us to be a part of an exciting project that has included both city residents and University students.”

Art lovers are being invited to take part by debating whether the artworks reflect what they want by tweeting using the hashtag #Whatdowewantworcester or follow museumsworcestershire on Instagram.The Art Gallery and Museum is free and open Monday to Saturday between 10.30am and 4.30pm.