Published: 1 June 2011 at 11:17
Graduate art to hang in the VIP Business Aviation Centre at Cambridge Airport
Anglia Ruskin University and Arts & Business have launched the third Marshall Aerospace Business Aviation Centre Art Loan Scheme. Through this partnership, first launched in 2009, 12 items of graduate work will be selected from Anglia Ruskin’s Cambridge School of Art Final Year Exhibition, for a 12 month loan to Marshall Aerospace, to hang in the VIP Business Aviation Centre at Cambridge Airport.
The selected artists will be announced at the opening of the Private View on 2 June at the Ruskin Gallery, Anglia Ruskin University. The successful student works will be selected by a panel comprising of Robert Marshall, Group Chief Operating Officer, Terry Holloway, Group Support Executive, Chris Owen, Head of Cambridge School of Art and Gill Bloomfield, Director of Consultancy Services, Arts & Business.
The arrangement has been brokered by Arts & Business, the national agency which promotes links between the cultural sector and businesses, in an arrangement which enables Marshall to support and showcase some of the best emerging artists from the Cambridge School of Art as well as enhancing the environment of the Business Aviation Centre. Speaking on behalf of the airport Terry Holloway said:
Chris Owen, the Head of Cambridge School of Art added: