Name/TitlePoster - 'Your Gloves Don't Match Your Shoes' Exhibition Poster
About this objectA poster advertising the Norwich Gay Men’s Health Project exhibition of Aids activists and safer sex art for World Aids Day 1995. The slogan references a protest chant used to mock police officers who often wore rubber gloves when policing Aids protests to protect against the imaginary danger of becoming infected by touching someone infected with HIV.
Norwich Gay Men's Health Project presents for World AIDS Day 1995; Your Gloves Don't Match Your Shoes; An exhibition of Aids Activist and Safer Sex Art to Enact and Entice; Tuesday 28th November until Saturday 9th December 1995, at Green City Central, 42-46 Bethel St, Norwich; 9Open Tuesday-Saturday, 10am-5pm, Late night Thursday); World AIDS day, 1th December 1995. For more information, please call 01603 627514
MakerNorwich Gay Men's Health Project
Medium and Materialspaper
Subject and Association KeywordsLGBT
Subject and Association KeywordsLGBT+
Subject and Association KeywordsLGBTQ
Subject and Association KeywordsLGBTQ+
Subject and Association KeywordsLGBTQIA
Subject and Association Keywordsgay
Subject and Association Keywordsevent
Subject and Association KeywordsAIDS
Subject and Association Keywordscharity
Subject and Association KeywordsExhibition
Subject and Association Keywordsart
Subject and Association Keywordscommunity
Subject and Association DescriptionA4 poster for the 'Your Gloves Don't Match Your Shoes' exhibition. The poster features a policeman in uniform wearing red high heels and yellow washing up gloves.
Named CollectionNorfolk Heritage Centre: Norfolk LGBTQ+ Collection
Credit Line"The Norfolk Heritage Centre’s collection of printed ephemera (some 67,000 individual items) offers a unique insight into the changing nature of everyday life in the east of England. These types of primary, uninterpreted documents were produced only for short-term use (they were never intended to be kept). The Norfolk LGBTQ+ Collection is comprised of ephemera (leaflets, posters, flyers), maps, magazines, books, badges, photographs, zines, amongst many other items telling local LGBTQ+ stories. The collection has been donated by local LGBTQ+ groups and individuals, including Norwich Pride and the Norfolk LGBT+ Project.
Object Record: Norwich Gay Men's Health Project"
Object numberQNFK 2023.120
Copyright LicenceAll rights reserved
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