Moosha P Cambridge

Moosha P Cambridge

The Details

Name: Moosha P Cambridge

Location: Herd by the Herd, The Grafton

Created by: Hilary Cox Condron in collaboration with the Kite Trust, Encompass Network, Cambridge Pride and Cambridgshire LGBTQ community

Design Inspiration

Moosha P Cambridge (named in honour of the Stonewall activist Marsha P Johnson) celebrates Cambridge LGBTQ communities, diversity and inspiration – showing flags and symbols representing the community – transsexual, gender queer, asexual, non binary, pan sexual, intersex. Painted purple as a nod to the 1974 design of the Purple Rhino symbol for LGBTQ Human Rights with lavender symbolising gay pride and the heart representing the love of all humanity.

The Kite Trust support LGBTQ+ young people across Cambridgeshire and Peterborough through their youth work programmes including: individual support, social groups in Cambridge, Ely, March, Huntingdon and Peterborough, and summer residentials.

Encompass Network promotes a better quality of life for LGBTQ people in Cambridgeshire and surrounding areas by enabling networking and capacity building for the LGBTQ voluntary and community sector.

Hilary is a Cambridge based participatory artist, delivering high social and environmental impact multimedia projects, interventions, events and exhibitions. Hilary’s activism and passion for social justice through the arts has shaped her practice. She works with schools, marginalised groups, museums and cultural venues to explore, share and celebrate diversity, creativity, culture, stories, heritage and the natural environment – building relationships and vision, and empowering long term, positive change.

Supported by Arts Council England.

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