Posts by Gill

Victoria McIntosh begins her Creative Connections Residency

By – On March 27, 2017 – In News With Comments Off on Victoria McIntosh begins her Creative Connections Residency

Dunedin based sculptor/jeweller Victoria McIntosh begins her 3 month Caselberg Trust Creative Connections Residency 2017 at the Caselberg House in Broad Bay on Sunday 1 April.   Victoria graduated from Otago Polytechnic School of Art in 2005, and describes her work as “weaving itself between jewellery and small scale sculptural works”.  Her Caselberg Creative Connections […]

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Self-Funded Residencies are available at the Caselberg Cottage

By – On February 11, 2017 – In News With Comments Off on Self-Funded Residencies are available at the Caselberg Cottage

If you have a project that needs finishing in the peace and quiet of Broad Bay, we are more than happy to hear from you should you consider a self-funded residency. Although we have a busy year ahead, there are several weeks available for stays at the cottage and now with the Charles Brasch Studio […]

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Charles Brasch Studio – We’re Almost Finished

By – On January 09, 2017 – In News With Comments Off on Charles Brasch Studio – We’re Almost Finished

Caselberg Trust member Lesley Hirst inside The Charles Brasch Artist’s Studio in Broad Bay, as builder Darryl Brewer gets to work. Photos: Peter McIntosh. Courtesy Otago Daily Times. We are thrilled to be putting the finishing touches to our new studio space.    The following article in the Otago Daily Times sums up months of hard work, […]

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Chen Zhou, Blue Oyster 2017 Summer Resident

By – On January 09, 2017 – In Past Residencies With Comments Off on Chen Zhou, Blue Oyster 2017 Summer Resident

Based in Shanghai, artist and film maker Chen Zhou is holds a BFA from the China Central Academy of Fine Arts (2009). His practice encompasses painting, sculpture and installation with a primary focus on video. Fascinated by contradictions inherent in film and video, Chen’s work frequently stages incongruous relationships between images that create a disjointed […]

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Merry Christmas from the Caselberg Trust

By – On December 19, 2016 – In News With Comments Off on Merry Christmas from the Caselberg Trust

We wish all our friends and supporters a very Merry Christmas and all the best for 2017.

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Poetry In the Garden and “the unexpected greenness of trees

By – On November 13, 2016 – In Past Events With Comments Off on Poetry In the Garden and “the unexpected greenness of trees

What a fantastic afternoon we had at Glenfalloch Woodland Garden,  launching six years of the Caselberg International Poetry Prize in the first Caselberg Press imprint, a limited edition anthology,  “the unexpected greenness of trees”. With readings by many of our prize winning poets including Tim Upperton, Sue Wootton, Carolyn McCurdie, Jillian Sullivan, Maris O’Rourke and […]

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2016 International Poetry Prize Winning Poems and Judges Report

By – On November 13, 2016 – In News With Comments Off on 2016 International Poetry Prize Winning Poems and Judges Report

Judge’s Report –  No writer who has ever entered a competition needs to be reminded how much depends on the assumptions, the expectations, the vagaries of the judge’s imposing eye and assessing ear. So before the whistle is blown, so to speak, on this year’s Caselberg, it’s as well to know what the referee was […]

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Becky Cameron – Artist in Residence, a short film by Tracy Jones

By – On October 24, 2016 – In Past Events With Comments Off on Becky Cameron – Artist in Residence, a short film by Tracy Jones

During the Creative Connections Residency this year, Becky Cameron was often accompanied by film-maker Tracy Jones. Tracy learnt classical piano through to ATCL level,  then attended Nelson School of Music’s Contemporary course and  in later years technical learnings at Otago University were necessary.  This took her on a journey – creating music  to film. Jones says of herself; “My innate empathy […]

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Max Gimblett, the Caselberg Trust and the Dunedin Public Art Gallery

By – On October 24, 2016 – In News With Comments Off on Max Gimblett, the Caselberg Trust and the Dunedin Public Art Gallery

In March (2015) Max Gimblett, the renowned New York based NZ artist, attended a Caselberg Trust and the Nadene Gallery Fundraising Gala dinner held at the Amisfield. Winery & Bistro in Arrowtown. At this event Max announced that he and his wife Dr Barbara Kirshenblatt-Gimblett were gifting twelve original ink drawings to the Caselberg Trust. […]

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International Poetry Prize 2016 – Winners

By – On September 21, 2016 – In News With Comments Off on International Poetry Prize 2016 – Winners

The $500 First Prize in the 2016 Caselberg Trust International poetry competition has been awarded to Leslie McKay, of Maruia Valley, for her poem ‘Bold Feral and Tender’. This year’s judge, former Poetry Laureate Vincent O’Sullivan, chose the winning work from nearly 300 entries. Second Prize of $250 went to Auckland poet Riemke Ensing for […]

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Sub-Zero, a fundraising talk by Denise (Dee) Copland

By – On August 17, 2016 – In Past Events With Comments Off on Sub-Zero, a fundraising talk by Denise (Dee) Copland

On Thursday 1st September, you are warmly invited to an illustrated talk by artist Denise (Dee) Copland about her experiences in Antarctica.  This is a fundraising event.  Tickets for sale at the door on the night.  Cash only.

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And The Winner Of “Snap Happy” is …. Charlotte Tanner

By – On August 15, 2016 – In News With Comments Off on And The Winner Of “Snap Happy” is …. Charlotte Tanner

On Sunday 31st August, at the opening of “The Photo Show” fundraising event at Moray Gallery, Dunedin, we were thrilled to also announce the prize winners of the “Snap Happy” competition for children and young people.  We thank Brian Miller for judging this and also a special thank you to Doc Ross for contributing one […]

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