Author: Audrée Hamelin-St-Amour

It was with regret but warm wishes that the New Brunswick Arts Board (artsnb) announced, on May 5, the retirement of its Executive Director, Joss Richer. The artsnb Board of Directors is currently in the process of hiring a new Executive Director. Interested candidates can find the job posting and APPLY HERE. Application deadline is May 30, 2022.

artsnb has two exciting positions available! artsnb seeks to hire an Administrative Assistant (part-time) and a Student Intern (Research Assistant). Both competitions are currently open. Interested candidates are invited to read through the job posting in which they are interested (see below) and apply following the instructions provided. We thank all of those interested in

Written by Hilary Ladd FEATURED ARTIST SERIES ̶  HILARY LADD Saint John performing artist Hilary Ladd is a multi-faceted musician, actor, writer, and teacher, who has been appearing on stages for the past 29 years. She has received professional development grants from artsnb and more recently, a Category B Creation grant to support her show

(Fredericton, May 11, 2022) The New Brunswick Arts Board (artsnb) was pleased to hold a gala to celebrate the laureates of the 2021 Lieutenant-Governor’s Awards for High Achievement in the Arts. The much-anticipated biennial event, initially scheduled to take place in November 2021, was hosted last night by Her Honour Brenda Murphy, Lieutenant Governor of

(Fredericton, May 5, 2022) – It is with regret but warm wishes that the New Brunswick Arts Board (artsnb) announces the retirement of artsnb Executive Director Joss Richer, effective June 30, 2022. While delighted for Joss, it will be our loss, the board and staff of artsnb, as he has been a tremendous asset to


Tuesday April 19, 2022

In this issue of April 2022 newsletter, you will find: artsnb’s upcoming deadlines; Equity and Accessibility Programs’ updates; News from the artsnb staff and board; News from our strategic partners: an anti-oppression intensive workshop with ArtsLink NB, consultation/workshops on digital litteracy with the AAAPNB, GG awards nominations are open, and;  As always, many many deadlines

The New Brunswick Arts Board (artsnb) has adjusted its Application Assistance and Access Support programs amounts. These adjustments have been made to provide assistance to a larger number of artists with the application process, and in carrying out their proposed activities. In 2020, artsnb launched two new Accessibility and Equity programs: Application Assistance and Access

artsnb’s upcoming deadlines; “Revisiting traditions with the Kalina people”, a blog post featuring artsnb Featured Artist Mariah Sockabasin; News from our strategic partners: an upcoming workshop with the AAAPNB, ArtsLink NB’s Lending Library 2.0, and; As always, many many deadlines for artists and arts organizations coming up! Read the entire newsletter and subscribe to receive

An interview with Mariah Sockabasin Featured Artist Series – Mariah Sockabasin It was with great enthusiasm that Audrée, artsnb Communications Officer, had the opportunity to sit down (virtually!) with Mariah Sockabasin on a snowy February morning. Electric blue lipstick on, Mariah had bright news to share from her time in French Guiana. Mariah, nice to

Indigenous artists and arts/cultural professionals of all disciplines! Are you curious about the programs offered by Canada Council for the Arts (CCA) and ready to learn more? Bring your lunch and join Nathalie Cléroux, Canada Council Program Officer, along with artsnb and Mawi’art’s staff in this online 3-part Lunch and Learn workshop series for Indigenous