Painting by the youngest and next generation of Andover artists…
On Tuesdays from 4pm, work with visiting artist John McDonald to create your own beautiful art for a group exhibition.
“We had an amazing, very inspiring art evening at CAS, I brought back home two exhausted but the happiest boys in the world!”
“We’re looking forward to coming next week, my daughter loved learning sign language too… she’s been practicing this evening. Thank you for a great evening.”
“Art is so much better with kids. Tonight was a real pleasure.”
“Next week let’s bring crumpets so the kids can have tea there! My two didn’t want to leave but 3 packets of crisps for tea wasn’t really a good idea!”
Join us next Tuesday?
Entry free of charge. Materials supplied.
This is for ALL ages, we have primary and secondary school age persons in attendance.
Young people must be accompanied by an adult.
Bring an old shirt or apron (paint is messy!)
You can find us in the small chapel on the path in Andover cemetery.
FURTHER PROJECT INFORMATION
This art club is part of the wider project CAS:AIR Themes of Life which sees Derby artist John Mc Donald relocating to Andover for three months Feb – Apr with a mission to get people from all walks of life in Andover painting and exhibiting alongside him. The Themes of Life ‘AIR’ is sponsored by UNLIMITED.
CAS:AIR is a repeating, annual, community programme focused on involving people in the arts. In everything we do CAS aims to inspire, challenge, engage, collaborate and include. Funded by Arts Council England, our programmes support and develop artists, provide creative education for young people, and bring art to local communities.
Unlimited is an arts commissioning programme that aims to embed work by disabled artists within the UK and international cultural sectors, reach new audiences and shift perceptions of disabled people. Unlimited has been delivered by the disability-led arts organisation Shape Arts and arts-producing organisation Artsadmin since 2013, and is funded from 2016-2020 by Arts Council England, Arts Council of Wales, British Council and Spirit of 2012. Since 2013 Unlimited has awarded nearly £4 million to 280 ambitious disabled artists and companies, which have been seen by or engaged with more than 1 million people. www.weareunlimited.org.uk