Posts by Gill

Join Majella Cullinane, Ruth Arnison and Michael Harlow in this celebration of the winning poems

By – On November 18, 2017 – In Past Events With Comments Off on Join Majella Cullinane, Ruth Arnison and Michael Harlow in this celebration of the winning poems

Come to the University Bookshop and listen to the Judges report, winning and highly commended poems being performed.

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International Poetry Prize 2017 Judges Report and Winning Poetry – Winner Majella Cullinane

By – On November 18, 2017 – In News With Comments Off on International Poetry Prize 2017 Judges Report and Winning Poetry – Winner Majella Cullinane

Judge’s Report It seems to have been an exceptionally long and bitter winter, and world events have done little but add to an increasingly angst ridden mood of despair and disbelief. That is perhaps why so many of the 135 poems offered in this competition dealt with death, pain, illness, mortality and loss. There were […]

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Place Matters Art Auction

By – On October 24, 2017 – In News With Comments Off on Place Matters Art Auction

We are so excited to offer you these artworks at auction, many with No Reserve.  It has been a heartwarming experience that so many artists from outside the Dunedin region have responded to our call for help with fundraising.  Local artists have supported the Trust for years, so we decided to was time to bring ‘Place […]

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Creative Connections Resident 2018 – Justin Spiers

By – On October 22, 2017 – In Past Residencies With Comments Off on Creative Connections Resident 2018 – Justin Spiers

We are pleased to announce that our Creative Connections resident in 2018 will be Dunedin based photographer Justin Spiers. Spiers was the Supreme Winner at the Cleveland National Art Awards 2017, and has previously been a finalist at the Wallace Art Awards and the National Contemporary Art Awards. He graduated from Dunedin School of Art […]

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And the Winner Is …

By – On October 15, 2017 – In News With Comments Off on And the Winner Is …

The winners of the Caselberg Trust International Poetry Prize 2017 have been announced, and this year the winning poets (first and runner up) are both Dunedin based writers – Winning poem: Road to Murdering Beach by Majella Cullinane (Dunedin) Runner-up: Finding Billy Collins in the fiction shelves by Ruth Arnison (Dunedin) Four poets also received a highly commended from judge […]

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“Place Matters” Art Auction Fundraising Event

By – On September 23, 2017 – In Past Events With Comments Off on “Place Matters” Art Auction Fundraising Event

We are excited to be holding a major fundraising event for the Trust this year. Blue Oyster Art Project Space are hosting “Place Matters” Art Auction on Saturday 11th November.  There will be an opening on Friday 10th November at 5.30pm to view the works available, and Ronald Proctor will be our auctioneer on the day. […]

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Peace Matters : A Special Screening of Field Punishment No 1

By – On July 03, 2017 – In Past Events With Comments Off on Peace Matters : A Special Screening of Field Punishment No 1

To commemorate the 100 year anniversary (to the day) of the forced abduction of Archibald Baxter and 13 conscientious objectors we warmly invite you to join us in a special screening of this film telling the story of the war heroes we never heard about. Poetry readings will be presented by Claire Beynon, Alan Roddick, Elizabeth Brooke-Carr, Kevin Clements […]

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Victoria McIntosh – Open Studio – Exhibition

By – On June 18, 2017 – In Past Events With Comments Off on Victoria McIntosh – Open Studio – Exhibition

We warmly invite you to celebrate our 2017 Creative Connections Residency at an … Open Studio. If you would like to listen to Victoria speak with Lynn Freeman about Jewellery, the Charles Brasch Studio, her work during the residency and the Cottage click on the following link: from-frilly-underwear-to-jewellery Plus a few photos from the event […]

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Kim Hill talks with Max Gimblett – The Quatrefoil King

By – On May 28, 2017 – In News With Comments Off on Kim Hill talks with Max Gimblett – The Quatrefoil King

One of New Zealand’s most successful and internationally prominent living painters, Max Gimblett has been living in North America since 1962.  He has also been a constant and generous supporter of the Caselberg Trust from our very early days. He has donated time, artworks and his expertise to help the Trust grow,  the collaboration with […]

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Creative Connections 2018 – Applications Open 25th May 2017

By – On May 16, 2017 – In News With Comments Off on Creative Connections 2018 – Applications Open 25th May 2017

Please click on the following links to download further information and application forms. Caselberg Creative Connections Residency 2018 Information to Applicants Creative Connections Application Form 2018

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The Charles Brasch Studio – Opened 1st April 2017

By – On April 18, 2017 – In News With Comments Off on The Charles Brasch Studio – Opened 1st April 2017

It was with a celebratory atmosphere that the Charles Brasch Studio at the Caselberg Cottage was officially opened, by Mayor Dave Cull, Alan Roddick and Nigel Brown on Saturday 1st April. Around 70 people gathered to  enjoy the new space and experience what months of fundraising and hard work had achieved.   We are so pleased […]

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The Caselberg Trust International Poetry Prize 2017 Opens 1st June

By – On April 09, 2017 – In News With Comments Off on The Caselberg Trust International Poetry Prize 2017 Opens 1st June

Judged by Riemke Ensing.   Riemke Ensing was born in Groningen, The Netherlands, and emigrated to New Zealand in 1951.  She was a tutor in the English Department at the University of Auckland, where she taught until 1999.  She has since been appointed an Honorary Research Fellow (Faculty of Arts) and in 2002 was a Buddle Findlay […]

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