Monthly Archives: November 2009

3rd Moncton Armenian Festival: an edition devoted to the great artist Komitas

The Moncton Armenian Festival will hold its third edition, from the 26th to the 29th of November 2009. On the menu: exhibitions, films, concerts, music, dance, storytelling, workshops, multiple ways to discover this nation with its rich and eventful past. For this edition, the festival will pay tribute to the great composer and poet, Komitas,… Continue Reading

Arts Job Opportunity

The Writers’ Federation of Nova Scotia seeks a new Executive Director. This position is Full-time, Permanent. Starting Salary: $36,000/yr plus benefits Deadline for applications: must be received by 5pm, Monday, December 14, 2009 Start date: February 2nd, 2010 Location: Halifax, Nova Scotia Continue Reading

Catherine Owen & Joe Blades at odd sundays

Double Bill at upcoming odd sundays at molly’s: Catherine Owen, Edmonton poet, and local poet, Joe Blades Sunday, Nov 22, 2pm @ Molly’s Coffee House, 554 Queen Street, Fredericton. Thanks to the quiet generosity of our literary community, every event has a free draw for books. Next Sunday, odd sundays at molly’s introduces you to… Continue Reading

Frye Festival Arts Organization of the Year

The Frye Festival was named “TD Canada Trust Arts Organization of the Year” by the New Brunswick Foundation for the Arts. The Foundation recognized the Festival’s admirable work with young audiences in the area of the literary arts and awarded Canada’s only bilingual international literary festival $3,000. The award ceremony was held Friday, November 6,… Continue Reading

A Mighty Big Miramichi Adventure (Part 7)

by Kellie Underhill Part 1 Part 4 Part 2 Part 5 Part 3 Part 6 Off to the Market The Farmer’s Market was big with many tables full of handicrafts, arts, homemade cooking and much more. A large crowd moved through the aisles. Sammy got breakfast before entering the throng to search for the mayor.… Continue Reading

World Premiere in Moncton

The National Film Board of Canada (NFB) and Améri Ka Productions present the world premiere of Ginette Pellerin’s eagerly awaited documentary Antonine Maillet – Les possibles sont infinis (Antonine Maillet – The Possibilities Are Endless), at 8:00 pm, Wednesday, November 18, at the Capitol Theatre in Moncton. This public event, held in cooperation with the… Continue Reading

A Mighty Big Miramichi Adventure (Part 6)

by Kellie Underhill Part 1 Part 4 Part 2 Part 5 Part 3 Sticks and Stones May Break Your Bones The Scottish Festival was being held on the Miramichi Agricultural Exhibition grounds. Sammy wondered how he would look in a tartan kilt. He’d never seen a man in a skirt before, but here it seemed… Continue Reading