Our wider network includes artists, supporters and partners.
From the outset collaboration and partnership has been a defining feature of CAS activities. Isolation can be dangerous for artists, and as such we value our friendships greatly!
CAS Associate Artists
We are currently organising our website please check back soon for easy navigation once the links above have been added.
This Spring we launched ‘CAS Friends’ membership, which is the chance to support our work whilst forming a closer (rewarding!) relationship with CAS. Click the link if you’re interested to find out more.
The next big CAS Network event is the Truth-Dare-Art Social Practice Forum which will bring artists, educators, and community organisations together for play-ful on-the-spot investigations and cross-disciplinary, creative professional development. Tickets are on sale now. Get yours while you still can!
About our network
Supporting an active community of artists is an essential part of CAS growth and sustainability. All of our CAS Associate Artists are carefully selected for their pro-active work ethic and socially engaged practice. Associates inclusive, experimental and community focused ethos is representative of the CAS approach. We also partner with non-member artists to deliver artistic activity.
We are increasing the support we offer to artists online and in our regional area. We maintain a list of network artists we have worked with, and you can be added to our register of artists by filling out this information sheet for our reference.
Galleries, libraries, museums, schools, universities, local businesses, and community groups are a vital part of our wider network. We have worked with Winchester School of Art, Pallant House Gallery and John Hansard Gallery to name a few. As well as Andover Museum, Andover Young Carers, and 12 local schools.