CAS is a socially-engaged, contemporary visual arts organisation which exists to support and develop artists, and deliver creative education in the North Hampshire region. Our intention is to maintain a sustainable organisation in which our artists and socially engaged art projects can thrive and … [Read more...]
CAS:AIR There’s A Bigger Picture Out There led by Tom Mansfield of Upstart Theatre successfully recovered footage from cameras sent to the edge of space! Click image for more.
Follow the journey so far! (click the image)
Community projects and site-specific events provide a way for us to collaborate with organisations and deliver art experiences and workshops in local communities.
The CAS Project Space in Andover Cemetery is regularly transformed by exhibiting artists. Join our newsletter for new shows, events and dates!
CAS Associates are a peer-group of independent, practicing artists with whom CAS is able to grow and flourish. Apply to join
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.
Community development and outreach has been integral to our successful programs for 10 years. The programs listed below, in brief, usually overlap and weave through each other, enabling us to do more with less. Impact and diversity is important. CAS:AIR is a repeating annual programme of artist … [Read more...]
To keep you safe and our exhibition open, visitors are required to wear a mask. Until further notice the maximum number of people allowed in the building at any one time is 6 people. Thank you for your understanding. NEW COURSE Health and Wellbeing through Creativity This course is:– Non clinical– Free to individuals who […]
CAS Curator Susan Francis is pleased to invite you to enjoy the culmination of CAS:AIR Themes of Life from 27 September. A repeating, annual, community programme focused on involving Andover people in the arts, the CAS:AIR project this year saw Scottish artist John McDonald lead a group of local artists to explore the social history […]
by Amanda Bates (for CAS Research Group; Drawing Languages for Dissent, August 2020) This is a song by the British rock band Skunk Ansansie. It was the first song on their debut album, released in 1996. As such, it was evidently intended as a statement: Yes it’s fucking politicalEverything’s politicalYes it’s fucking satiricalEverything’s satirical Do […]
A blog post by Tom Mansfield Well, that was epic. It’s now two days after the flight of Spayce McSpaceFace and I’m still feeling my heart pumping adrenalin! I’m delighted to be able to say that we had a completely successful flight, launching from Andover just inside our permitted time, and landing near West Horsley […]