Category Archives: Miramichi

Meaghan Smith New song “The One” unveiled TODAY

Halifax-based, JUNO-award-winning singer-songwriter, Meaghan Smith’s latest project, Our Song – an opportunity for her music fans to have their stories told in song – just released new song “The One” today, September 1st, 2017 at oursongmusic.com. With a new song unveiled the first Friday of every month, Our Song was a concept created earlier this year in collaboration with multi-instrumentalist / music producer, Jason… Continue Reading

NB Annual Writing Competition goes Digital with $2600 in Prizes

The Writers’ Federation of New Brunswick (WFNB) encourages all New Brunswickers to submit their poems, stories or creative essays to its 2016-17 Writing Competition.   The contest opened on December 9th, 2016. Deadline for entries is March 3, 2017. All submissions must be made electronically through the WFNB website at wfnb.ca/competitions.   The competition awards […]

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Submissions Now Open for the 2017 ECMAs

Awards and stages submissions for the 2017 East Coast Music Awards: Festival & Conference in Saint John, NB April 26-30, are now open! The deadline to submit is 5:00PM AST on Monday, October 3, 2016. ECMA is pleased to be working with Marcato once again for the submission process. The ECMA is accepting award submissions in Music, Industry and Honorary award… Continue Reading

Two New Brunswick Theatre Companies Announce Historic Partnership

Two of New Brunswick’s oldest theatre companies have come together in a historic partnership to create the province’s first professional stage production to be produced in both official languages. A Sunday Affair, written by Gabrielle Houle, Thomas Morgan Jones and Richard Lee will be produced by Theatre New Brunswick (TNB) and Théâtre populaire d’Acadie (TPA)… Continue Reading

Culture Plus: A strong new partner for NB’s cultural workforce

An important player is taking the stage in NB’s cultural sector. Several years of collaboration within the cultural sector has led to the establishment of the Cultural Human Resources Council of New Brunswick (Culture Plus), a not-for-profit, bilingual organization committed to ensuring the vitality of the cultural workforce through life-long career development and training. In… Continue Reading

PARC presents the Annual New Brunswick Playwrights’ Cabaret!

All are welcome to attend as the Playwrights Atlantic Resource Centre (PARC) presents its annual New Brunswick Playwrights` Cabaret on Saturday April 30th 2016 at 7:30 pm. Hosted by the Saint John Theatre Company (SJTC) in the BMO Studio at 112 Princess Street with MC Stephen Tobias, SJTC`s Artistic Director, the evening will feature readings… Continue Reading

Wayne Curtis Book Signing in Miramichi

Award winning author, Wayne Curtis, returns home to the Mighty Miramichi this St. Patrick’s Day, Thursday March 17th, to sign copies of his latest book In the Country. Published by Pottersfield Press, In The Country is a collection of Wayne Curtis’s unflinching but lovingly told short stories about the hardships of rural life for his generation.… Continue Reading

13th Annual Atlantic Youth Film Competition Deadline May 9th

The ViewFinders: Atlantic Film Festival for Youth has just announced its 13th annual Youth Film Competition for Atlantic Canadians ages 18 and under. Deadline for submissions is Monday, May 9th at 5 pm. Presented by DHX Media and produced by ViewFinders: Atlantic Film Festival for Youth and the Atlantic Film Festival, the Youth Film Competition is… Continue Reading

NFB Tremplin 2016 Finalists Include Two from NB

The finalists in the ninth edition of the Tremplin competition (in French), organized by the National Film Board of Canada (NFB) in collaboration with Radio-Canada, have been announced: Kevin Arseneau (from Rogersville, New Brunswick), André Roy (from Dieppe, New Brunswick), Colin Champagne (from Edmonton, Alberta) and Julien Capraro (from Vancouver, British Columbia). They were chosen from… Continue Reading