Saturday Artist, CAS Community

CAS is look­ing for some­one who has a pro­fi­cient and excit­ing back­ground with­in con­tem­po­rary and com­mu­ni­ty arts.

09:00 14/11/22
£25,125 p.a. pro rata
Contact Name
Lou Sutterby
This post is a job-share role, working alternate Saturdays. This is a salaried position, with relevant benefits including holiday and sick pay.

CAS is looking for someone who has a proficient and exciting background within contemporary and community arts. The successful applicants will be friendly and approachable, possessing a keen passion for engaging others within the arts and able to engage with various community groups, ages and abilities.

Working with the Creative Director and the wider CAS team, the Saturday Artist will devise and run innovative, creative and educational workshops each Saturday from our new venue on Andover High Street. The workshops need to have a range of skill-level and accessibility, depending on the audience attending each week. The artist will be confident and experienced in supporting young people, particularly those at risk.

The programme of community workshops will run alongside, and in response to, the gallery programme at Chapel Art Studios exhibition space. These will be a variety of drop-in, one-off sessions, and on-going courses which run from week to week.
The successful applicants will be able to work independently, as part of the small CAS team, managing material supplies and the Saturday budget. They will be a key holder and take overall responsibility for opening and closing the venue, as well as being the lead manager during the day.

This is a permanent position and you will be representing CAS to many members of the public as an engaging artist.

A degree of flexibility will be required at times, such as providing holiday coverage for the other post holder.

There is the possibility of developing the role further as CAS expands.

For more information on the role and how to apply, please head to