The Dunedin School of Art is pleased to announce a new partnership between the DSA Foundation and the Otago Masonic Charitable Trust. A recent bequest by the late Frederick Charles William Staub (1919 – 2012), a well-known and respected Otago Freemason, artist and art educator has lead to the creation of Fred Staub Open Art. Fred Staub Open Art delivers community seminars, exhibitions and its artists-in-residence programmes to the Dunedin School of Art, its communities and the public.
Head of the Dunedin School of Art, Prof Leoni Schmidt says, "The DSA has always delivered a broad range of seminars, exhibitions and events that are always open to the public. The truth is, that with this support from the Otago Masonic Charitable Trust, we are able to do much more. We are looking to grow our offerings through Fred Staub Open Art."
Fred Staub worked at the Dunedin School of Art from 1951 – 1977. Fred Staub Open Art has been established with bequeathed funds from Otago Masonic Charitable Trust to the Dunedin School of Art Foundation.
Published on 3 Jul 2017
Orderdate: 3 Jul 2017
Expiry: 4 Jul 2017