Moos bulletins

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Latest Moos

July 14, 2021

If you are loving our Cows About Cambridge trail then how about checking into some of the open studios on 17 -18 July 2021 to enjoy more local art and creative work. Our very own Art Attack splat was created by the team at Rowan and they ar.... Read More

July 07, 2021

Local people came out in droves during the first week of the Cows about Cambridge art trail, as trail-goers visited the individual sculptures more than 20,167 times with their family and friends.Word is spreading fast about the 90 bovin.... Read More

July 04, 2021

'Once Primrose Croft Care Home in Cambridge residents had heard of “Cows about Cambridge,” they thought it would be a great idea of doing a mini-mini-cow version of their own.The residents had a brainstorming session of what they wo.... Read More

June 30, 2021

Heard by the Herd is the community engagement strand of Cows About Cambridge that has been funded by Arts Council England.Three experienced artists from Cambridge: Penny Sobr and Beverley Carpenter from Oblique Arts and Hilary Cox Condr.... Read More

June 29, 2021

To celebrate the Cows About Cambridge trail, and the Moostery sculpture at the Museum of Zoology, you can go on a voyage of discovery into… cowpats!Join the Museum online as Curator of Insects Dr Ed Turner dissects a cowpat to reveal .... Read More

June 29, 2021

For all local businesses why not join the popular informal Netwalking events that attract businesses of all sizes from a wide range of industry sectors and most importantly, they are free to attend.  The Cambridge Bid Netwa.... Read More

June 24, 2021

Hoof a great time a-cow-panying one of Cambridge's qualified Green or Blue Badge Guides for remarcowble barn-storming encownters with some of their favourite Cows about Cambridge. You'll be enthoosed to udderstand what inspired their artist.... Read More

June 24, 2021

Moo-ve on down to Cambridge city centre from Monday 28 June and you’ll discover no fewer than 90 colourful and creative Cow sculptures on the much-anticipated Cows about Cambridge art trail.Running for 10 weeks until Saturday 4 Septem.... Read More

June 23, 2021

A sculpture inspired by Jack Merritt, who was killed in the Fishmongers’ Hall terror attack, has been created by prisoners at HMP Warren Hill and will be revealed on Monday 28 June as part of the world-class Cows about Cambridge art trail.... Read More

June 17, 2021

Girls Can Do Anything! is a mini moo with an empowering message.You can find the mini moo displayed at the Sedgwick Museum of Earth Sciences  can book free tickets to visit the Sedgwick Museum from Thursday – Saturday through the boo.... Read More

June 16, 2021

Dozens of miniature cows have escaped from their stalls ahead of the official Cows about Cambridge sculpture trail launch on Monday 28 June, and have been spotted browsing in shops, museums, libraries, galleries and leisure venues across Ca.... Read More

June 15, 2021

In order to further explore the ‘Cows About Cambridge’ concept and involve the whole school community, St Mary’s School hosted a moo-vellous ‘Mini Mâché Moo’ project. As part of the wider Mary Moo project, students from.... Read More
Cows about Cambridge 2021

Cows about Cambridge 2021