Exhibition celebrates artwork of city’s sixth-form students
Artworks by the city’s young people have gone show at this year’s sixth-form art in Cambridge exhibition at Michaelhouse Café.
The 15th annual exhibition is organised and curated by arts society groups, Cantab and Granta, in association with the Cambridge Drawing Society (CDS).
Selected works by A-level and International Baccalaureate students in their last year of school are shown at the exhibition, which this year runs until Saturday (July 13).
The works are judged by artist James Horton, former president of the Royal Society of British Artists, with the chairperson and two members of Cambridge Drawing Society.
The arts societies give three prizes, first, second and third, four are given by CDS and there is a prize in the name of the exhibition founder, Pat Owens.
Hills Road sixth-former Anna Peake took the art society first place, with Mitzuki Jones from Long Road taking second and The Ley’s student Ellie Moore third.
CDS handed its top prize to Sung Min with Catherine Zhou and Fatima Yahyah both awarded highly commended.
Ellen Footman won the innovation award for a textile piece and the Pat Owens award was given to Hannah Graham.
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