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Chelsea Arts Club Trust relies entirely on donations to fund its support of art and design education. Thanks to BT’s my donate there is now a quick and easy way to support our registered charity. All donations, however small, are gratefully received. Please click on the button below to give your support. Thank you!

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Katja Larsson

New Exhibition for Katja Larsson

Former Chelsea Arts Club Trust recipient, Katja Larsson, is featured in a new exhibition at the Clerkenwell Gallery. Katja received a Chelsea Arts Club Trust special projects award of £2000 towards materials and research during her final year at the Slade School. This new group exhibition entitled Emerged is curated by Joanna Bryant and Julian […]

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Pure Light

Former CAC Trust recipient Lilah Fowler has work in a show at the Vasarely Museum in Budapest. The exhibition is organised Open Structures Art Society (OSAS) and co-curated by Dòra Maurer, with an accompanying publication coming soon. ‘Pure Light’ 14 October – 10 January 2016 Vasarely Museum, Budapest 1033 Szentlélek tér 6 http://www.osas.hu OSAS Az […]

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Aaron Wells A Hotel A Labyrinth 2015

Aaron Wells

Relentless Optimism, a Moment of Blindness Before and After the Dark Space 25 September – 18 October 2015 1pm to 6pm Thursday to Sunday Private View: Thursday 24 September, 6pm to 8pm Relentless Optimism, a Moment of Blindness Before and After the Dark Space, is an exhibition of new film work by Aaron Wells (Chelsea Studio Award). Using collaged […]

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Georgina Nicolaou

2015 Annual CACT exhibition

The annual Chelsea Arts Club Trust exhibition and artists’ lunch at Chelsea Arts Club was a huge success. The exhibiting artists were Georgina Nicolaou (Chelsea), Allison Ballance (Goldsmiths), James Pimperton (Chelsea), Joel Wyllie (Royal Academy), Rebecca Fontaine-Wolf (Wimbledon), Katja Larsson (Slade), Julia Varela (RCA) and aaron Wells (ACME Studio Award). At the lunch the exhibiting […]

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Julian Wild

Julian Wild

Julian Wild – A former Trust award recipient and new Vice-President of The Royal British Society of Sculptors The Trustees were delighted to hear that former RBKC/CACT Studio Award recipient, Julian Wild, has a new exhibition in Canary Wharf and has been elected to a new prestigious art world role. Julian says: “Chelsea Arts Club […]

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