CAS have established a response and planning team consisting of the members of staff below. The team will skype once a week to review advice in response to coronavirus and to review contingency and scenario planning relating to the potential impact of coronavirus on our operations. The team will also skype immediately in the event […]
Mission: Send a space-craft to 20km above the earth using a high-altitude weather balloon. 2020 launch date TBC #casAIRspace
Asking Andover will provide an opportunity for residents to explore their shared experiences of local heritage. Tweets by AskingAndover Andover Museum, which is operated by Hampshire Cultural Trust (HCT), has partnered with Chapel Arts Studios and Test Valley Arts Foundation to create Asking Andover, which will celebrate the town’s distinct heritage. Asking Andover will enable […]
The ‘Social Practice: Truth or Dare’ event designed by Laurence Dube-Rushby starts at 10am and runs all day. Maija Liepins will be documenting the day on Twitter and Instagram. Come join the conversation! follow @casartists use hashtag #truthdareart Extract of the introduction by Laurence; ‘I believe that every socially engaged work begins with a personal story. The story that we […]
Susan Francis Program Curator Susan will be curating our arts program and commissioning artists to deliver artistic activities. First up is developing an Andover Artist In Residence program as well as a program for our artists network. Susan manages relationships with artists and other delivery partners. In the near future she will help establish […]
Born in North Wales to Vietnamese refugee parents, Kimvi grew up in Southampton, England. Since graduating from Winchester School of Art in 2011 Kimvi has traveled widely, using her practice to create a poetic and peaceful visual narrative and a sense of balance in environments, that appear irreconcilable with notions of harmony. Integral to Kimvi’s […]
On 1st March, CAS Associate Artists met with Ronda Gowland, and Alex Misick from John Hansard Gallery to discuss “the archive”. The group wanted to discuss what comes up when exploring archival practices, and how archiving is relevant to their individual and collective practice. As a studio group CAS Associates are in the early stages […]
As part of my Educational Project Residency at CAS I was introduced to St John Baptist School and began working with them in October 2015. It was a really fun and exciting experience, allowing the children to experiment and be creative within the classroom. It was a huge learning curve, but in a very enriching and exciting way. […]
Workshops Facilitated by CAS Associates for CAS Associates. Eat, Talk, Walk “The beauty of the CAS Artist Retreat was that we got the chance to bond with one another in a social capacity, rather than having to work toward something and achieve something. Here the only intention was to have fun and get to know one […]
“What’s It Worth?” was an inspiring exhibition of artwork at The Bureau of Exchange pop-up on Tuesday 16th June 2015. CAS Artist Deborah Skinner ran workshops for pupils from Icknield School over several weeks and the artwork produced was on exhibition at the ‘Bureau of Exchange’ on the last Tuesday. The exhibition provided a unique […]
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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.