Programme includes pieces by Handel, Ian McDonald, Roger Quilter, C. Armstrong Gibbs, Ralph Vaughan Williams, Delius, Dame Gillian Whitehead and others. Gillian Whitehead will be present to introduce the proceedings and to talk about her piece Tōrua (2011, for violin & piano).
We would love for you to join our official welcome for Justin on Sunday 15 April, 2–4pm at the Charles Brasch Studio, 8 Gwyn Street. The Caselberg Trust is delighted to welcome Justin and his family to the House and Studio this month. Justin is our 2018 Creative Connections resident and will be in residence for 3 months.
Featuring the work of 10 talented New Zealand photographers, every sale from the show goes to raising valuable funds to help the Trust continue with its creative projects. We will also be displaying the finalists in our SNAP HAPPY photography competition at the Moray Gallery during the show.
You are all warmly invited to the upcoming exhibition by Becky Cameron. Becky has been working in a number of mediums all sourced from the Broad Bay and Peninsula areas. Her best story yet has been printing using a freshly dead possum found on the road. The results were quite beautiful.
Barry Cleavin and Dee (Denise) Copland will host a conversation that considers the way of the print. Ideas, means and materials will be presented via the why and the how of the magical relationship that exists between the mind, the matrix, ink, paper, printing process and the printer. Both Barry and Dee will demonstrate selected procedural steps related to the above – based around their individual practice as artist/printmakers.
A Fund-Raiser for the Caselberg/Brasch Studio build 2nd March 2016. A second wonderful Arts event was held at the Amisfield Winery, Lake Hayes on 2 March – a Nadene Milne initiative and a fundraiser for the Caselberg Trust, it proved a really successful and inspiring event. Gretchen Albrecht spoke and had some works for sale.
Matt Langley and Brian Turner first met at the Caselberg New Line Event in 2010, in which the work of selected paired poets and jewelers was showcased. Continuing a Caselberg theme of collaboration, but independently of the Casleberg Trust, Brian subsequently gave Matt a group of poems for Matt to turn into songs.
A Fund-Raiser for the Caselberg/Brasch Studio build 2nd March 2016. A second wonderful Arts event was held at the Amisfield Winery, Lake Hayes on 2 March – a Nadene Milne initiative and a fundraiser for the Caselberg Trust, it proved a really successful and inspiring event.
Around 80 or so people came together at Glenfalloch Woodland Garden to listen to poetry on a sunny Sunday afternoon. With a glass of wine and fine nibbles, Pat White, Sue Wootton, Alan Roddick and Emma Neale read to an engrossed audience. Thank you to all those who suppported this Caselberg fundraiser, we hope you enjoyed yourselves and much as we did.
Printmaking with the sun will introduce and advance participants in using solar or photopolymer plate printing. Both emboss and double exposure intaglio processes will be explored. Solar plate printing is relatively low toxicity and the techniques learnt on this course can be continued in the home environment.
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.
The giant 2.4m by 1.2m paint by numbers drawing of the Otago Peninsula was created as a fundraising venture for the Caselberg Trust. The project was conceived by University of Otago students Shane Turner, Brittany Pannett and Dave Kalinowsky, as part of their commerce studies.