Chapel Arts Studios (CAS) is a research-led, contemporary arts organisation which exists to support and develop artists, and deliver creative education in the North Hampshire region. Our intention is to grow a sustainable organisation in which our artists and socially engaged art projects can thrive. Read more
We work with community organisations and artists to bring art and creative opportunities to our local communities.
Thanks to our partner organisations, sponsors and artists, we are able to bring excellent art to Andover.
CAS Associates are a peer-group of independent, practicing artists with whom CAS is able to grow and flourish.
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.
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We are pleased to announce that Laurence Dube-Rushby and CAS together have secured funding to develop our support for socially-engaged practices. As … [Read More...]
Maija Liepins on building relationships and responding to opportunities that feel good. I’ve been thinking about the value of the Bureau of Exchange. … [Read More...]
For our second week of printing I thought we’d try our hand at monotyping! This seemed a natural progression from our previous session, as it … [Read More...]
Maija’s notes from Rosalind Davis’ talk at Winchester School of Art for CAS' Artist Network on 1 December 2018 “Build your own art world,” the … [Read More...]
After all the planning and preparation for CAS at Kings I was excited to begin with the first session, using a workshop I had participated in myself … [Read More...]
Having been awarded the Chapel Art Studios Educational Project Residency I knew I wanted to work with Kings School in Winchester. Earlier in the year, … [Read More...]