2019: easy to follow trail that showcases local arts, heritage and businesses:
THE CAOS 2019 trail is a combination of art, workshops, demonstrations, heritage, stunning scenery and a pig trail!
In 2019 there are 20 locations and 60 artists on the trail map, that is easy to follow. You can use the downloadable map to plan your route and maps are also available before the event at: Calladoodles, Honeywood Museum, Frith Frames, Raff electrical and Eagle Framers.
During the event maps will be available at all locations.
There are free inclusive demonstrations and workshops for children,
families and adults :
Experienced artists will conduct family orientated demonstrations and workshops at many of the CAOS locations.
Honeywood Museum.will host a range of planned workshops and an art trail for families, Little Holland House will host a workshop for adults run by Jackie Smith and Oaks Park Studies will house a range of artists, some of whom will conduct demonstrations.
Plus amazing Professional, affordable, accessable art from outstanding artists :
#CAOSart19 brings together 60 highly talented artists, in 20 locations from a rich diversity of backgrounds on an arts trail through Carshalton. This includes artists that had exhibited at the prestigious RA Summer Show, Mall and Bankside Galleries.
The organisers explain, “we have brought on more new artists but also made sure the public once again experienced the hugely talented artists, vibrant community and cultural heritage Carshalton has to offer.”
An amazing celebration of the work of Frank Dickinson
In 2019 Carshalton Artists Open Studios will, in collaboration with Sutton Museums and Heritage Service, celebrate the work of Carshalton Arts and Crafts artist, Frank Dickinson.
Sutton Museums and Heritage Service will open the stunning, self built, Little Holland House in Carshalton Beeches for all four days of the CAOS festival. Added to this, CAOS artists will deliver workshops and demonstrations inspired by the techniques of Dickinson and his contemporaries, William Morris and John Ruskin. Also local schools will be joining in the celebration, producing their own Dickinson inspired artwork that will be displayed in businesses across Carshalton.
we would also extend special thanks to
Thank you to the Greyhound Hotel for kindly lending us their amazing garden pods, for two of your artists to show their work, join them on the trail at location 7.
Disclaimer: Visitors to Carshalton Artists Open Studios (CAOS) mentioned in the map brochure and on this website do so entirely at their own risk. Adults are responsible for the supervision of any children in their care. Those involved with the map brochure or website cannot accept liability for any loss, damage or injury sustained by any member of the public during their visits to the studios. Artists’ studios and makers’ workshops are working environments and can be dangerous places, so great care must be taken when visiting them. Whilst every care has been taken in compiling the map brochure and website Carshalton Artists and their sponsors and partners cannot be held responsible for any variations, errors or omissions.