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Large sculpture named “Animal Farm” graces the courtyard of Cambridge Judge Business School for 10-week Cows About Cambridge art trail.

View of a cow statue in front of Cambridge Judge Business School as part of Cambridge for Cows About Cambridge art trail. The design of the cow depicts the main characters and storyline from the novel Animal Farm by George Orwell, that is celebrating it's 75th anniversary.

A large cow sculpture named “Animal Farm”, created by illustrator and graphic artist Emma Graham, has been installed for the next 10 weeks in the forecourt of the iconic Addenbrooke’s Building of Cambridge Judge Business School.

Side view of a cow statue, part of Cambridge for Cows About Cambridge art trail. The design of the cow depicts the main characters and storyline from the novel Animal Farm by George Orwell, that is celebrating it's 75th anniversary.
Side view of the cow located outside of Cambridge Judge.

The sculpture is one of 90 cow designs (44 large sculptures and 46 “mini moos”) dotted around Cambridge for Cows About Cambridge, an art trail created by Wild in Art that runs until 4 September. Other designs cover topics ranging from environmental issues to scientific innovations.

The design at Cambridge Judge, celebrating 75 years since the novel Animal Farm was published by George Orwell, depicts the author’s main characters and storylines. The sculpture is sponsored by Cambridge restaurant La Piazza by Signorelli.

The event has an associated Learning Programme for schools, colleges and community groups. Many of the sculptures will be auctioned off at the end of the event to raise funds for charity Break, which helps vulnerable children and young people in the East Anglia part of England.