CAS is a socially-engaged, contemporary visual arts organisation which exists to support and develop artists, and deliver creative education in the North Hampshire region. Our intention is to maintain a sustainable organisation in which our artists and socially engaged art projects can thrive and … [Read more...]
Community projects and site-specific events provide a way for us to collaborate with organisations and deliver art experiences and workshops in local communities.
The CAS Project Space in Andover Cemetery is regularly transformed by exhibiting artists. Join our newsletter for new shows, events and dates!
CAS Associates are a peer-group of independent, practicing artists with whom CAS is able to grow and flourish. Apply to join
CAS make it easy for schools to work with external visual arts practitioners to deliver their creative curriculum. We offer arts education through artists residencies, workshops, and public art projects.
Community development and outreach has been integral to our successful programs for 10 years. The programs listed below, in brief, usually overlap and weave through each other, enabling us to do more with less. Impact and diversity is important. CAS:AIR is a repeating annual programme of artist … [Read more...]
An online contemporary art exhibition responding to the rooms in an average house 8 May – 19 June 2020 We are inviting artists to submit their work for our online Instagram exhibition, ‘Housebound’, curated by Susan Francis. We are looking for work that responds to the theme of each room, not necessarily on the impact […]
The fleshy upholstery of dated furniture contorted and compressed into new shapes. The collected objects obtained from charity shops reimagined and re-configured and given new life as expressive art objects. This was the main subject of discussion in this Friday’s interview with artist Hermione Allsopp who talked about how she makes work and how she […]
Selected paragraphs for Drawing Languages for Dissent 3rd sessionMonday, 4.5.2020, 10:30 – 12:30 THIS MONTH’S TEXT: Ed Krčma, ‘Cinematic Drawing in a Digital Age’, in Tate Papers, no.14, Autumn 2010, accessed 13 April 2020. (All paragraphs below were selected from Yonat Nitzan-Green’s summary of Krčma, 2010). Krčma seeks to conceptualize drawing in its relationship to […]
To bring you up to speed with what CAS has been up to since a lockdown was announced, here is a brief summary of our activity March – April;