Author: Audrée Hamelin-St-Amour

ARTSNB SEPTEMBER 2022 NEWLETTER


Monday September 19, 2022

In this issue of September 2022 newsletter, you will find: Upcoming programs’ deadlines at artsnb; artsnb Featured Artist series with Robin Leblanc; News from our partners: the AAAPNB has released the Éloizes’ 2022 program, ArtsLink NB’s Atlantic Arts Symposium’s program has also been released, the Government of New Brunswick is calling artists to take part

Written by Robin LeBlanc FEATURED ARTIST SERIES – ROBIN LEBLANC AND LA FAMILLE LEBLANC My name is Robin LeBlanc and I have been a musician since the age when my mother left me at the sisters’ convent in Bathurst to study piano at Université de Moncton. In other words, I did 7 years of classical

artsnb SPEED-CONSULTING sessions


Tuesday September 6, 2022

Having questions about the next deadlines coming up? artsnb launched a new initiative in September 2020: its online Speed-Consulting sessions! *NEW* Every 2nd and 4th Thursday of each month, from 2-4pm, you can ask any questions you may have about our programs without the need to book an appointment with a Program Officer. Drop by

ARTSNB AUGUST 2022 NEWLETTER


Sunday August 21, 2022

In this issue of August 2022 newsletter, you will find: Upcoming programs’ deadlines at artsnb; artsnb Featured Artist series with Mel Beaulieu; News from our partners: the AAAPNB has released a call for mentors and mentees, registrations to ArtsLink NB’s Catapult program are open, and the Canada Council Arts Bank has released a call for

THE LAND AS KIN, ONE STITCH AT A TIME


Wednesday August 10, 2022

Written by Mel Beaulieu FEATURED ARTIST SERIES – MEL BEAULIEU Peat bog in Kouchibouguac National Park. Photo: courtesy of the artist. Over the summer months, I’ve had the joy of working on a beaded wetland landscape inspired by photos I took while at the peat bog in Kouchibouguac National Park. This landscape is a project

We are thrilled to welcome a new employee at artsnb! Cheryl Lavigne is artsnb new Administrative Assistant. Wondering who is that new voice when you dial 444.4444? That’s her! Warm welcome to the team Cheryl! My name is Cheryl Lavigne (she/her), I am a mom, and educator, a visual artist, and bilingual (French and English)

artsnb is pleased to invite a Program Officer from the Canada Council for the Arts to present on their Explore and Create Program. Information Session and Q&A with Canada Council for the Arts (online) AUGUST 3, 2022, 12 PM (AST), registrations are required. The Canada Council for the Arts (CCA) is Canada’s public arts funder. The

ARTSNB JULY 2022 NEWSLETTER


Friday July 15, 2022

In this issue of July 2022 newsletter, you will find: Upcoming programs’ deadlines at artsnb; A new Executive Director at artsnb; artsnb Lunch and Learn with Canada Council for the Arts; News from our partners: the AAAPNB has released it’s annual report and Canada Council for the Arts is seeking nominations to the 2023, and;

July 4, 2022 (Fredericton)– The New Brunswick Arts Board (artsnb) is delighted to announce the appointment of Jean-Pierre Caissie as its new Executive Director, effective Monday July 11, 2022. He succeeds Jocelyn (Joss) Richer, who served in this role since 2016.

It is with much delight that we announce that Tilly Jackson is artsnb’s new Program Officer. Tilly has been the Operations Manager at artsnb for 7 years, a role in which she has been an asset to the organisation’s daily functioning, dealing with everything finance, human resources, and office management related. With a steady increase