CAS Open Art 
Exhibition 2021 -Cancelled

THIS EXHIBITION HAS BEEN CANCELLED –  2022 dates and details to be confirmed.

CANCELLATION of CAS 2021: unfortunately we have had to cancel our annual Open Art Exhibition for the second year running. We will look forward to seeing you in Chelsea Old Town Hall in June 2022, full dates TBC. The Society will hold an exhibition at 340 Kings Road from 6th-19th September 2021, sponsored by Sloane Stanley and Wedlake Bell. Details of the exhibition on our Sloane Stanley page.

Please keep checking this website for updates.

The Society’s annual Open Art Exhibition in Chelsea is a firmly established annual event, in its home at Chelsea Old Town Hall, where it has been since 1994. Between 500 and 600 paintings and sculptures are shown – selected from more than twice that number, attracting not just established artists but younger ones producing more innovative work. 

The majority may be professional artists but being an open exhibition there are also works of above average quality by many non-professionals. The huge variety and the high standard of work is reflected in the number of buyers and its prominent position in the Kings Road attracts visitors from all over the world.

 

CAS Exhibition Paintings
CAS Exhibition Paintings

Exhibition Dates 2021

Monday June 13th 2022

Handing-in

Tuesday June 14th 2022

Cataloguing and hanging

Thursday June 16th 2022

Open to public – 10am to 5pm
Private View and Opening of Exhibition by the Worshipful Mayor
of the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea – 6 to 9pm

Friday June 17th 2022

Open to public – 10am to 7pm
Late afternoon drop-in event or demonstration – details to be confirmed.
All are welcome.

Saturday June 18th 2022

Open to public – 10am to 7pm

Sunday June 19th 2022

Open to public – 10am to 5pm

Monday June 20th 2022

Open to Public – 10am to 2pm
Exhibition Closes
Handing out of sold and unsold work – 3pm – 7pm

Location

Chelsea Old Town Hall,
King's Rd,
Chelsea,
London
SW3 5EE

Outside of the CAS Exhibition
Archive of past Exhibitions
Exhibition proudly sponsored by