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 kind you want to work in “full of nurturing relationships with people you respect.” Now that’s a world I want to be part of! After working as a professional artist […]
“Signing up for a 1-1 advice session was one of the best things I ever did. Invaluable!” – Susan Francis CAS are offering 6 artists the opportunity to access practice development advice. There are 3 tickets left for those of you who would appreciate feedback and advice on developing opportunities. These sessions taking place in […]
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 […]
This Saturday 20 October, you are invited to participate on social media as we tweet, stream, and post content from ‘Social Practice: Truth or Dare?’ a peer-to-peer learning event for artists with a socially engaged art practice whether than means activism, social service, art in education. You may think of your practice as socially engaged through […]
Powered by Eventbrite This talk by Rosalind Davis will help artists at all stages of their careers to understand the practical and philosophical aspects of an art career, and learn how they can navigate the difficult transition from education to making a career as an artist and breaking into the creative industries. A creche will […]
Participating artists met to discuss their experience on 20 May. “At first I felt quite private, I didn’t want to hand over what I was working on and see it move behind my recognition,” said Aldobranti who was paired with Karen Wood for CAS PostIt Exchange. And so it was, the project is both a challenge […]
Huge thanks to all those artists engaged in #CasPostItExchange Pilot and PhaseTwo, who came along to the Discussion/Crit at Chapel Arts Studios on Saturday 20th May. It was fantastic to meet up with both new and familiar faces. We were able to use the big screen in the studio to show the dedicated showcase pages […]
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 […]
Initially we agreed to divide the gallery space to different domestic areas: ‘living-room’, ‘kitchen’, ‘storage’, ‘library’, ‘music room’, ‘studio’. However, when artists came to the gallery they each set her work in a specific part of the gallery, pushing to the side the idea of allocating spaces as above. Susan chose a wall on which […]
Laboratory of Dissent Domesticating conflicts Bibliography Panel discussion – Symposium Laboratory of Dissent Laboratory Dissent Domesticating conflicts 2015 – 1 Domesticating conflict text for PPP
HANDOVER FROM GROUP 1. “IF NOT THIS THEN WHAT?” IN RESIDENCE FROM: 24.08.2015 TO 28.08.2015 LYDIA HEATH AMY WYATT DAWN EVANS TO: GROUP 2. ”DOMESTICATING CONFLICT” YONAT NITZAN -GREEN LAURENCE DUBE-RUSHBY CLARISSE WISSER SUSAN FRANCIS DATE: Tuesday 1ST SEPTEMBER 2015 [no earlier than 9.30 am and no later than 10.30 am] The […]
PRE –LAB REPORT DATE: 20TH AUGUST 2015 Technicians: Lydia Heath BA Fine Art Amy Wyatt BA Graphic Art Dawn Evans MA Fine Art Place of Lab: The Winchester Gallery, Park Avenue, Winchester SO23 8DL Period of experimentation: 24th August to 28th August 2015 What concept[s] is this […]
Performance becomes Spectacle Spectacle becomes Entertainment Entertainment becomes Passivity Passivity becomes Consent Consent becomes Democracy* *(no words are exchanged, roles are assumed, objectives are achieved) Yonat Nitzan-Green performing ‘Dust Collection’ (‘Agitation 1’).
Amy Wyatt, Dawn Evans, Lydia Heath & Helen Northcott in conversation responding to ‘Agitation 1’ by Laurence Dube-Rushby.
During the Laboratory of Dissent the Winchester Gallery becomes a site for investigation rather than a showcase of finished work. Fourteen CAS artists will divide into 4 groups and each will occupy the gallery for a week, using Chantal Mouffe’s essay ‘Artistic Activism and Agonistic Spaces’ as a starting point for collaboration. This is an experimental exhibition exploring dissent as a […]