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 WORKSHOPS & EVENTS: free for all children, families and adults 

Use this page to guide you around all the Inclusive workshops, events and demonstrations that are taking place at CAOS 2019. The map below shows all the locations that are specifically laid out and advertised as having workshops and/or demonstrations in 2019.  There are other ad-hoc drop-in workshops in many of the artist locations.

The Pig Trail!

Follow the Pig Trail to have a chance to win a ceramic piggy bank and help raise money for local charities! 

 

For CAOS 2019 artists have hand decorated 30 ceramic piggy banks and have displayed them on a special CAOS 2019 Pig Trail. At various CAOS locations you will have the chance to win these amazing one off artistic piggy banks and also to win a £100 voucher to spend on any of the CAOS artists. To win one of the Pigs, all you need to do is to purchase a raffle ticket, as many as you like, at any of the Pig Trail locations. Then each Pig Trail location artist will draw a winner for each Pig once CAOS is finished. All contributions will be donated to the Mayor of Sutton charities and all winners will be announced after the CAOS 2019 weekends. There will also be a Pig Art trail cards available for all visitors, and you can collect stamps at each location. For those that follow the trail and collect their stamps there will be prize draw, with a chance to win a £100 voucher that can be spent on any of the CAOS artists.

Please join us on the Piggy Trail and you can collect your cards and maps from any location and in advance in any of the map suppliers listed on the trail page.

5 Honeywood Museum 

Honeywood Walk, SM5 3NX

Open on the Saturday and Sundays: 10-5

Has cafe and toilet facilities, no wheelchair access to upper levels

website: sutton.gov.uk/museumsheritage

Honeywood Museum in central Carshalton has planned something very special for CAOS 2019. Sutton Museums and Heritage Service have collaborated with CAOS to open Honeywood Museum for all days of CAOS, to art lovers of all ages. You will be able to see paintings from the Museum Collection, there are special 'explorer packs' from The Friends of Honeywood Museum for children and you can create your own masterpiece and have it displayed at Honeywood in free drop in workshops!

Also, on Saturday 22nd and Sunday 30th June 2-4pm you will also be able to join the award winning Team Imagineers for fun with fabric and felt in National Lottery funded free drop in workshops. Help them make an artwork to brighten a ward at St Helier Hospital. Friendly expert artists will help you use hand powered sewing machines and learn felting techniques. Children must be accompanied by a responsible adult and this sewing activity is suitable for children aged 7 and over. Drop in, no booking required. Free.

 

On both weekends you will also be able to meet Julian Heath and Hana Horack and see some of their recent work. Lets not forget the lovely café as well, which all makes Honeywood Museum an essential stop on the CAOS art trail.

5, A & C: Frank Dickinson schools display 

A Calladoodles

18 High Street, Carshalton, SM5 3AG

Open: 22 and 29th June

wheelchair access

website: http://www.calladoodles.co.uk/

5 Honeywood Walk, SM5 3NX

Open on the Satursday and Sundays: 10-5

Has cafe and toilet facilities, no wheelchair access to upper levels

website: sutton.gov.uk/museumsheritage

Local schools will be joining in the celebration of the work of Frank Dickinson by producing their own Dickinson inspired artwork. St Philomenas, Carshatlon will display their work at Calladoodles in Carshalton High Street, while Wallington Girls will display their work at Honeywood Museum, Carshalton Ponds. We would like to thank both schools for all their help in inspiring the arts of tomorrow.

To find out more about this project click onto the Frank Dickinson page.

6  The Greyhound Hotel with Sevcan Yuksel Henshall 

The Greyhound Hotel 2 High St, SM5 3PE

11-5 all days, drop in sessions

Has restaurant, bar and toilet facilities, wheelchair access

website: https://www.thegreyhoundhotel.com

Sevcan Yuksel Henshall will have drop in sessions focusing on chalk illustrations from her book Relationshapes

8  Alma Road Ceramicists 

47 Alma Road, SM5 2PQ

11-5 all days, drop in sessions

wheelchair access

website: www.bythelinepottery.co.uk

 

Kathryn Sherriff and Caroline Warwick will show the public how they turn their magnificent  wheel thrown porcelain ceramics in Kathryn's garden studio. 

B Nickel Support at Interestingly Different 

15 Beynon Road, SM5 3RL

11-5 Sat 22nd, Sun 23rd, Sat 30th. drop in demonstration sessions

no wheelchair access

Nickel Support is a community interest company based in Carshalton working with adults with learning disabilities. They currently run their enterprises all under the project Interestingly Different. They upcycle tired unwanted furniture and turn the pieces into wonderful works of art in their own right, where their trainees learn various craft skills throughout the creative process of making products. They will be showcasing the work our trainees do and giving more information about our service throughout CAOS weekends (except last Sunday).

C Linocut workshop inspired by arts & crafts of Frank Dickinson 

Little Holland House 40 Beeches Ave, Carshalton, SM5 3LW (garden under gazebos*)

Workshop dates: Sunday 23 June, Friday 28 June, Sunday 30 JuneTime: 2-4.30pm (arrive at 1.30am for walk round the house for inspiration)

Cost: £25pp (includes a donation to Little Holland House)

Limited wheelchair access

Websitebuytickets.at/jackiesmithart (Booking essential; to book visit)

This amazing workshop is brought to you by Jackie Smith and Sutton Museums and Heritage Service, in response to the amazing Little Holland House and the work of Frank Dickinson.


Explore the artwork of Frank Dickinson in a creative lino print workshop based in the artists former home. Frank Dickinson, whose work is being celebrated in this year’s Carshalton Artists Open Studio trail, was an artist, designer and craftsman who built Little Holland House in Carshalton Beeches in 1902-4.
 

This beginner’s introduction to linocut will encourage you to draw inspiration from the beautiful carvings, patterns and arts and crafts motifs built into the unique decoration of Frank Dickenson’s house and develop your own exciting and vibrant prints.
 

You will be taught how to use lino cutting tools using 2-part reduction technique using two colours. You will design and print an edition of 3-4 A6 prints during a 2.5 hour workshop. All cutting tools, inks and paper materials will be provided along with tuition and guidance from experienced artist Jackie Smith. We will be using washable inks and learning hand-printing techniques so that you can continue printing with minimal equipment at home. This workshop is suitable for beginners or those with some experience of lino printing. Bring sketchbooks and ideas with you and do visit and explore Frank Dickinson’s house before the workshop for additional ideas http://friendsofhoneywood.co.uk/little-holland-house.html
 

Workshop will be run in a small group with max of 6 people (aged 16+). Bring along an apron or wear old clothing; tea and coffee will be provided.

Your tutor:
Jackie Smith is a local artist exhibiting in COAS at Oaks Park Studio and is a part-time tutor and Print Associate at The Art Academy, London. www.jackiesmithart.uk


Cancellations:

*This workshop will be rescheduled in poor weather conditions
Please give us as much notice as possible if you are not able to come to a course that you have booked. If you cancel with seven or more days notice, I will try to reschedule or refund your booking.

20 Oaks Park Studios

20 Oaks Park Studios, off Croydon Lane SM7 3BA

Open:22nd/23rd and 29th/30th June

disabled access to most artists studios, check on individual artists pages

website: http://www.oaksfineart.co.uk/index_oaksparkstudiosindex.htm

 

Oaks Park Studios was one of the most popular locations in CAOS 2017 and in 2018. In 2019 it will once again showcase a huge range of artists work. But also Simon Burder will once again be conducting demos in Lithographic printing, showing this hugely popular technique off, while encouraging young and old to join in the fun and produce a collaborative print. Visitors will be offered the lithography crayons, dip pen, brush and drawing ink and invited to draw a little on a stone.  Later Simon will prepare the stone for printing and take demonstration prints.

 

Oaks Park itself is a stunning location, the surrounding area has beautiful walking routes and the adjacent Mayfield lavender fields will be in full bloom. 

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.