Category Archives: culture

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

Capitol Theatre Honours the Late Marc Chouinard

On the first anniversary of Marc Chouinard’s passing, the Capitol Theatre in Moncton held a private reception with family and staff. During this reception, Managing Director Kim Rayworth unveiled a piece of visual art and a plaque paying tribute to Chouinard, re-naming the theatre’s green room the Loge Marc Chouinard Green Room. An original work… Continue Reading

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

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

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

Mozart’s more than Crazy Day at the Capitol Theatre!

The Université de Moncton’s Music Department Opera Workshop presents Mozart’s Le Nozze di Figaro on Saturday, January 30th at 7:30 pm as well as a Sunday matinée, on January 31st at 2 pm. You are cordially invited to the Almaviva Estate for Figaro’s wedding day, where nothing seems to go quite as planned! Countless quiproquos and imbroglios… 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