Anglian Learning are delighted to present Platform 22, an exhibition of artwork from Anglian Learning secondary schools and sixth forms. The exhibition took place from the 14 until 26 November, at Michaelhouse Café in the centre of Cambridge.
Our first Platform art exhibition took place in 2019, launching to a fantastic response. As a Trust we looked forward to continuing to coordinate this as an annual event. However, the impacts of the pandemic cut these plans short. This year we are delighted that our Platform art exhibition has returned and that we were able to share some of our talented pupils’ artwork with you.
For Platform 22, we curated a collection of outstanding pieces of artwork from across our Trust’s secondary schools and sixth forms. The works on display covered a range of media, contexts and inspirations, as well as showcasing some of the finest artistic talent from each year group.
Jonathan Culpin, CEO of Anglian Learning, said: “I am delighted and proud that we are once again able to announce the exhibition of artwork of our sixth form and secondary school students at our Platform 22 exhibition at the Michaelhouse Café.
“This exhibition clearly demonstrates the vision of Anglian Learning to enable dynamic, empowered learners who thrive and lead in their communities: locally, nationally and globally.
Jonathan continued: “The Arts are important to Anglian Learning; we have a Memorandum of Understanding with Arts Council England and our innovative curriculum includes a focus on arts.”
View our pupil’s artwork on display at Michaelhouse Cafe Cambridge.