Further event announcements to follow soon. In the meantime, save the dates:
12-13 July 2019
An Art and Social Practice Forum consisting of 2 professional development for artists, educators and community organisations.
Inside / Outside
November 2019 a CAS Associate Artist ‘Laboratory of Dissent’ at Winchester Gallery. Will include a symposium, exhibition open days, and plenty of process-based conversation.
In The Round, art exhibition 18.3 – 24.3
10.30am – 4pm, Mon 18 – Sun 24 March 2019
‘IN THE ROUND’ is a phrase that can be applied to many disciplines from sculpture, to theatre, to music, and many more. In the case of this show it carries a multi-layered meaning, a Russian doll of terminology if you like, which continues to reveal itself as each layer is explored.
Set within the round structure of the deconsecrated Dissenters Chapel, which forms CAS HQ, the exhibition brings together the work of the current group of CAS associate artists. At different stages in their careers and from very different backgrounds, each operates as an active part of this collaborative and explorative, dynamic network. Yet despite this, the artists retain their individuality of approach, their unique focus of interest, which is celebrated here in this collection of work. Read more…
CAS Presents: a talk/workshop with Ruth Kapadia from Arts Council England at Andover Guildhall in March 2019.
You can listen to the full talk here which covers everything you need to know about ACE Project Grants and the Developing Your Creative Practice fund.
‘How to survive and thrive as an artist’
Saturday 1 December 2018
Talk by Rosalind Davis artist and author of ‘What they didn’t teach you at art school’ was followed by the opportunity to have a one to one support session with Rosalind Davis or David Dixon (CAS Director) and Susan Francis (CAS Curator).
Saturday 20 October 2018
Artists with a socially engaged practice will come together to share their work, push boundaries and learn from each other. We will be sharing our process and insights on social media as an integral part of the event so you can follow online. Use hashtag #truthdareart