Workplaces and spaces are
evolving to become more than simply offices. CAS Consultancy delivers creative
and dynamic programmes that reflect the ethos of your organisation. From
temporary exhibitions and events that address workplace wellbeing to outreach programmes
targeting staff and employee interest in creativity and wellbeing, we work with
you to shape new initiatives that are bespoke and speak to the aims and
ambitions of your workforce and brand.
We’re passionate advocates for the value of art and culture in the
workplace and know that great art, tailored to the interests of an
organisation, enriches the working experience this, improving workplace culture. We have a proven track record in
the field and can work with you to locate the cultural potential of your
business, whether online, on-site or somewhere between the two.
CAS Consultancy has managed and developed our office’s contemporary
art collection in London since 2013. During this time, they’ve impressed with
their vast knowledge, reputation and connections. Together we developed an
extensive, well-researched collection that reflects the values and the ethos of
our firm, which is now complemented by new site-specific commissions realised
in our new building. It has been clear throughout that Consultancy has a
great deal of respect amongst the artists and galleries of the contemporary art
Director, Private Equity Firm,
Ruairiadh O’Connell, Westworks, London
Contemporary Global Art Collection, London
Bridget Smith, Projection I, London
Vivien Zhang, Cartographer’s Fugue, London
Recent Graduate Art Awards, London
Rolling Artworks Programme, London
Artist Bespoke Commissions, London
Contemporary Art Collection, London
Signature Atrium Artworks, London
We work with our clients to make
workplaces more relevant, dynamic and personal for staff and their guests. We
know the value art brings to the workplace, whether it’s a busy shared office,
a CEO’s suite or an imposing atrium, and we’re able to respond to different
needs to achieve a truly bespoke result.
Our specialisms in improving Workplace Culture
include contemporary collections acquisitions and management, curating and
managing temporary loaned exhibitions and programming events and performances
that add real value to the working day. As the hybrid-working model picks up support, there is a renewed interest in what the workplace offers that the box room or kitchen table does not.
Programming art and culture into the working day offers opportunities for organisations to demonstrate their care for and interest in their workforce. Well-chosen art can create moments of inspiration that punctuate the working day, adding a sense of quality and care that resonates with our shared interest in wellbeing in the workplace. Great Art makes Great Places and we know how to work with artists to create projects that reflect a company’s ethos and branding, whilst maintaining credibility as a work of art. We design artwork programmes that set clients apart from their competitors. We’ve curated and managed art awards programmes, collections websites, school enrichment schemes, temporary branded commissioning and loaned exhibition programmes for our clients, ensuring staff across departments are deeply involved in the process. What differentiates us from other art advisory services is that we are a charity. Our fees support the organisation’s charitable mission: to develop public collections across the UK for the benefit of audiences everywhere. Our work enables the Contemporary Art Society to support living artists and build critical knowledge around contemporary art.
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