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Pacific Underground, Fortune Theatre, June 8th 7.30pm

By – On May 30, 2013 – In Past Events With Comments Off on Pacific Underground, Fortune Theatre, June 8th 7.30pm

History makers Pacific Underground celebrates twenty years of shows New Zealand’s longest running Pasifika performing arts group Pacific Underground marks its twentieth anniversary with a series of shows starting in Dunedin presenting “Island Summer” by Pos Mavaega at the Fortune Theatre on Saturday 8th June 2013. Pos Mavaega and Tanya Muagututi’a are Pacific Underground’s longest […]

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Judges Report International Poetry Competition

By – On May 01, 2013 – In News With Comments Off on Judges Report International Poetry Competition

Judge’s Report Two questions worth asking of a poem: From whence does its order come (or, alternatively, from whom does it take its orders?) And, from whence cometh the chaos. A lyric poem needs both. Usually Life provides not only the originating impulse for a poem but also the intrinsic chaos – unexpected persons burst […]

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Caselberg Trust International Poetry Competition for 2013

By – On May 01, 2013 – In News With Comments Off on Caselberg Trust International Poetry Competition for 2013

Judge’s Report Two questions worth asking of a poem: From whence does its order come (or, alternatively, from whom does it take its orders?) And, from whence cometh the chaos. A lyric poem needs both. Usually Life provides not only the originating impulse for a poem but also the intrinsic chaos – unexpected persons burst […]

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Caselberg Trust Poetry Prize – Second-time Winner

By – On May 01, 2013 – In News With Comments Off on Caselberg Trust Poetry Prize – Second-time Winner

The winners have been announced for the 2013 Caselberg Trust International Poetry Prize, which was judged this year by Wellington poet, painter and curator Gregory O’Brien. For the second year in succession, First Prize has been won by Palmerston North writer Tim Upperton. His winning entry, ‘Everything is possible’, was praised by the judge for […]

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One out of the Box – Invitation

By – On February 25, 2013 – In News With Comments Off on One out of the Box – Invitation

20+ New Zealand artists present 20+ works of art A Caselberg Trust fundraising exhibition support the local trust that supports creative endeavour in Dunedin Opening function: Friday 15 March Time: 5.30pm to 7.30pm – all welcome Exhibition: Saturday 16 March to Saturday April 6 Moray Gallery, 55 Princes Street, Dunedin www.moraygallery.com Viewing Hours Monday to […]

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Solar Printmaking Workshop

By – On February 21, 2013 – In Past Events With Comments Off on Solar Printmaking Workshop

Hosted by the Caselberg Charitable Trust (proceeds to the Trust) When: SUNDAY 17TH MARCH 2013 Time: 10.00am – 5:00 pm Venue: Art Workshops Studio, Broad Bay, Dunedin Park & Meet: 9.30am. 7, Frances Street, Broad Bay Cost: $120.00 ($100.00 for Caselberg Trust members) *Plus materials cost, see below* (bring own lunch – morning and afternoon […]

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2013 Creative Connections Residency Announced

By – On February 11, 2013 – In Past Residencies With Comments Off on 2013 Creative Connections Residency Announced

PRESS RELEASE Caselberg Trust  announces Creative Connections resident 2013 – Pacific Underground The Caselberg Trust announced today that its Creative Connections residents in 2013 will be Auckland based musicians of Pacific Underground. Pacific performing arts group Pacific Underground formed in 1993 and is a collective of Christchurch actors, musicians, writers, and producers.  Members Tanya Muagututi’a […]

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Art meets Science Fundraiser – Thursday 29 November at 7pm

By – On November 01, 2012 – In Past Events With Comments Off on Art meets Science Fundraiser – Thursday 29 November at 7pm

Claudia Babirat is passionate about the environment, and has devoted her life to sharing its beauty with others.  She’s hit on a winning combination, working for the Department of Conservation as Community Outreach Coordinator during the day, and producing award-winning documentaries in her spare time. In 2011 Claudia seized the opportunity to film and take […]

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Cutlers Retreat Down the Bay Residency for Emerging Artists – Catherine Day

By – On October 01, 2012 – In Past Residencies With Comments Off on Cutlers Retreat Down the Bay Residency for Emerging Artists – Catherine Day

Catherine Day spent two weeks in the cottage recording and visually documenting the immediate surrounds.  These are some of the images she produced in that time.  We wish to thank Cutlers Real Estate for making this residency possible with their generous donation.

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One out of the Box – Fundraising Exhibition March 2013 – Click for images

By – On October 01, 2012 – In Past Events With Comments Off on One out of the Box – Fundraising Exhibition March 2013 – Click for images

We already have several creative folk from around NZ lined up for our fundraising exhibition “One out of the box”, which is being held at the Moray Gallery Dunedin from Saturday 16 March to  Saturday 6 April 2013.  Exhibitors have been invited to create something special to fit the theme, and we expect some very interesting […]

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Become a Member

By – On September 22, 2012 – In News With Comments Off on Become a Member

Our Trust’s success relies in ongoing fundraising to pay the cost associated with our purchasing and managing the house, as well as hosting artists and writers. How Members Will Benefit From Our Trust As well a creating their own art, during their time at the house, artists and writers in residence will make themselves available […]

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Caselberg Trust ‘Down the Bay Retreat’ Residency

By – On September 22, 2012 – In News With Comments Off on Caselberg Trust ‘Down the Bay Retreat’ Residency

The easy welcome of the house and the expansiveness of the boat shed studio provided the base for a happy and productive week for me. I set out to explore the immediate area by drawing: making studies of cliffs and chitons; and rubbings of seaweed tangles and weathered wood. But it was a large (2m […]

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