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Susan A Mulder, Artist


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Peter Slack, Teacher


Chrysalis Seed continues to be a pivotal contributor to the visual arts, supporting and encouraging artists in their personal growth.

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Chrysalis Seed News: September 2002



A prophetic view of art
Answering Hark: Caselberg/McCahon: Poet/Painter at the Centre of Contemporary Art, Christchurch.  John Stringer writes about the impact and experience of this combined exhibition of poet and painter

Council could be sued for Bucks
John Stringer writes about artistic copyright and intellectual property concerning the hot civic debate over the controversial Art & Industry 'Bunny SCAPE' sculptures
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Darryn George, Brooke Gifford Gallery, Christchurch

Jessica Crothall, Grays Studio, Dunedin



The wordsmith behind McCahon: John Caselberg
A writeup on John Caselberg.  Poet, dramatist, critic and story writer.



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