Author: Audrée Hamelin-St-Amour

On November 21, Hill Strategies Research published a study of the statistic profile of professional artists in New Brunswick, in partnership with ArtsLink NB, the Association acadienne des artistes professionnel.le.s du N-B (AAAPNB), and Owens Art Gallery. Wednesday January 31, 2024, join Kelly Hill from Hill Strategies Research online for a presentation on the highlights

written by Jean-Michel Cliche Rehearsal photo captured at the Fredericton Playhouse during Hyperloop’s 2022 interMISSION residency. Actors left to right: Adrian Saliendra, Alex Rioux. Photo: courtesy of the artist. Over the course of the COVID-19 pandemic when digital performance was all the rage, myself and Technical Director Trent Logan, teamed up to create Hyperloop Theatre

Fredericton, December 4, 2023 – Jennifer Bélanger and Ysabelle Vautour have been appointed to the Board of Directors of the New Brunswick Arts Board, and Barb Nicholas on the Circle of Elders. artsnb is pleased to welcome new members Jennifer Bélanger (Moncton) and Ysabelle Vautour (Fredericton), who succeed Jennifer Stead (Florenceville-Bristol) and Christiana Myers (Saint

Fredericton, November 14, 2023 – During its Annual Meeting held in St. Stephen, the New Brunswick Arts Board (artsnb) elected Domenic Bro (Tracadie) as its new Chair. He succeeds Victoria Hutt, who served in this role until the end of her second mandate on the board. Darren McLeod (Saint John) becomes artsnb’s 1st Vice-Chair, Jason

Fredericton, November 3, 2023 – The New Brunswick Arts Board (artsnb) is now accepting applications to its arts funding programs from immigrants who have an application in process for permanent resident status. In harmony with its 2022-2027 Strategic Plan, the board of directors of artsnb has voted in favour of increasing access to its funding

artsnb Meet & Greet in St. Stephen

Tuesday October 24, 2023

Artists and partners in the arts and culture sector, come meet representatives from the New Brunswick Arts Board. Learn about us and about the funding opportunities available for artists and organizations. WHEN? Friday November 3, 2023 5-7pm WHERE? At the Winsone Inn, 198 King st, in St. Stephen (the meeting will take place in the

artsnb Featured Artists Series – Written by Sylvie Pilotte Studio view. Photo: Courtesy of the artist. Spring 2019! I can still see myself there, devoting myself fully to my creative project entitled Jamais rassasiés! (never satisfied!), set up in a rented studio in Dalhousie, thanks to an artsnb grant from the Creation program. I remember

Professional artists, arts organizations, non-profit and for-profit organization, institutions, municipalities, bands: Learn about the new Artist in Residence program at artsnb. Join artsnb staff members in their Lunch and Learn presentation (online) on TUESDAY OCTOBER 10, 2023, FROM 12 to 1PM and find out everything there is to know about submitting an application to the

artsnb is pleased to invite artists, cultural workers, and the general public to a FREE online lunch time presentation on Tuesday September 26, 2023* from 12 – 1 pm, about Indigenous traditional knowledge, cultural expressions, and cultural appropriation. We hope that this free event will be a great opening act to the reflection journey you

An Arctic Circle Residency aboard the Antigua

Thursday September 14, 2023

artsnb Featured Artist Series – Written by Julie Forgues In 2016, backed by an artsnb grant, I had the opportunity to participate in the Arctic Circle Residency Summer Solstice Program on board the tall ship Antigua that sailed for 16 days through the waters of the archipelago of Svalbard. Being in the Arctic while conducting