Category Archives: Fredericton

Do What You Love and the Money Will Follow!

Music/ Musique New Brunwick (MNB) is hitting the road and coming to a town near you to spread the message — Do what you love and the money will follow! MNB is organizing an information session to help guide artists through the funding maze, and share thoughts on career trajectory and on how to build realistic sustainability… Continue Reading

Call for Artists: Bay of Chaleur Drawing & Painting Symposium

The SymposiumBDC team is very proud to announce the second Bay of Chaleur drawing & painting Symposium. Graciously hosted by the Village of Atholville, this event will showcase professional New Brunswick artists alongside a selection of the most dynamic visual artists from the Bay of Chaleur region. Artists, you will want to be part of… Continue Reading

Matt Andersen & the Bona Fide Live in Fredericton, Moncton & Saint John

Sonic Concerts presents Matt Andersen & the Bona Fide with special guest Donovan Woods on April 12th in Fredericton at The Playhouse, April 13th at the Capitol Theatre in Moncton, and April 14th at Saint John’s Imperial Theatre. Matt Andersen has been enthralling audiences with his one ­of ­a ­kind performance in North America, Europe and Australia for years. Earlier this fall, the… Continue Reading

Taxes for Artists Workshop in Saint John

artsnb in partnership with the New Brunswick Museum and accountant, Gary Belding, will be presenting a workshop on Business and Taxes for Artists. With tax season fast approaching, this workshop has proven to be popular with artists as it was filled to capacity the last time the program ran. The workshop will be presented in… Continue Reading

Call for Submissions: The Sweetest Little Thing

This February 14th, 2016 will be the 17th annual Sweetest Little Thing: the most important annual fundraising event for The Owen’s Art Gallery and Struts Gallery & Faucet Media Arts Centre in Sackville, NB. Presented in partnership on Valentine’s Day since 1999, The Sweetest Little Thing is a contemporary art auction and an evening of… Continue Reading

Fredericton Reading Series “odd sundays” January 17th

Fredericton’s longest-running, semi-monthly, perpetually-hyphenated, poetry-and-more, reading series “odd sundays” sticks out its head from its year end/ year beginning cave, and offers an afternoon of … that is, they have a … well okay, you’ll just have to come and experience what they have on offer for you on Sunday, January 17th, 2 pm, at the Corked… Continue Reading

Exhibition Openings at Charlotte Street Arts Centre

On Friday, January 15th head to the Charlotte Street Arts Centre (CSAC) in Fredericton for the opening of two new exhibitions from 5 – 7 pm. In Transition, by Dawn Steeves, and A Joyful Passion, by the ImaginArt Collective! In Transition, featuring work from innovative painter and Fredericton resident, Dawn Steeves, opens in the Charlotte… Continue Reading

DuffleBag Theatre Bringing Snow White to NB

Just in time for the New Year, DuffleBag Theatre is coming to Fredericton, Moncton and Saint John! DuffleBag Theatre, the nearly world famous troupe, brings the classic fairy tale Snow White to life with their signature fun-filled and humorous fashion, using audience members as the stars. With their improvisation, you could say they don’t exactly… Continue Reading

David Myles Christmas

David Myles is coming to brighten the season, but with many shows already sold out, the only way you’re going to share a musical holiday evening in New Brunswick with this charming, talented and funny guy, is if you head to the Carleton-North Theatre in Florenceville-Bristol on Sunday December 6th. Like his trademark suit, David Myles’ music is… Continue Reading

Up Next from TNB: “Little Women – The Broadway Musical”

With soaring music, unforgettable performances and beloved characters, Little Women – The Broadway Musical, featuring a cast including both Canadian musical theatre veterans and rising stars, is sure to move and delight New Brunswick audiences this holiday season. “This play is the perfect show for the holidays because it focuses on family,” said TNB Artistic Director Thomas… Continue Reading