Monthly Archives: January 2016

Sculpture Saint John Internship Application Deadline February 28th

Sculpture Saint John is now accepting applications for Interns to participate in the 2016 Symposium. Applications for internships will be evaluated in accordance with the following criteria: be a resident of New Brunswick who is of the age of majority (19 years) in New Brunswick; have previous experience and/or training in the visual arts; have working… Continue Reading

Mount Allison Visiting Artist Program Presents: Elizabeth McIntosh

The Visiting Artist Program at Mount Allison University in Sackville, NB presents: Elizabeth McIntosh! ARTIST TALK Wednesday February 3rd, 2016 at 7:30 pm Purdy Crawford Centre for the Arts, room 302 The Visiting Artist Program is presented collaboratively by Mount Allison University’s Fine Arts Department, the Owens Art Gallery, and Struts Gallery & Faucet Media Arts… Continue Reading

Fredericton Arts Alliance AGM & Membership Renewal

The Fredericton Arts Alliance (FAA) welcomes everyone interested in the arts in Fredericton to join them for their 16th Annual General Meeting on February 10, 2016. This meeting will be held at 7 pm in the Charlotte Street Art Centre Multi-purpose room, 732 Charlotte Street. They will discuss upcoming projects and activities for the new year, and […] 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

NB-France Production Unveils Its Cast

“L’Acadie, un pays qui se ra-conte” (Acadie tells her story), an important New Brunswick-France production, will be presented all over France in 2016. Showcasing the talents of 13 Acadian artists, the production will bring together music, storytelling and dance showcasing Acadian culture and traditions. The performances will be accompanied by an important visual support thanks… Continue Reading

Theatre New Brunswick Welcomes Artist in Residence

Theatre New Brunswick is pleased to announce an exciting partnership with New Brunswick Aboriginal artist Samaqani Cocachq-Natalie Sappier in the development of the new multidisciplinary work, Finding Wolastoq Voice. Conceived by Sappier, the play will combine music and dance and her distinct visual artistry to tell a story of her people. Continue Reading