EXCELLENCE. PROFESSIONALISM. INNOVATION.
The New Brunswick Arts Board promotes the creation of art and administers funding programs for professional artists in NB.
September is finally here, and summer is just about wrapping up. This said, there are multiple learning opportunities happening all over the province, through artsnb, our partners and many other outlets. The following workshops and events are happening within the next two months and are opportunities you might not want to miss!
“My dream is to become a beacon of inspiration for artists in the province. Moving to Canada at an early age has had its difficulties, but if I could take on a position like this and succeed, I might be able to help inspire young females, and aspiring immigrant artists to pursue their artsy dreams.”
Réanne Cooper, Communications Officer The beginning of July often marks the beginning of warm summer weather. However, it also marks the halfway point throughout the calendar year! Wow, six months gone by already. I thought I would remind you all of the deadlines that are left for this calendar year – as you reminisce on
Réanne Cooper, Communications Officer Summertime is such a great time to get out and enjoy the warm weather, family and friend time and festivals! As we head into the long weekend and first weekend of July, I thought I would share a few festivals happening in our province this upcoming month. The Inspire Festival, happening
Réanne Cooper, Communications Officer With an upcoming Career Development deadline, I thought I’d share a bit of information with all of you. As you may already know, the Career Development program is one of our biggest programs, with six (6) deadlines throughout the year. The program is designed to recognize and encourage arts professionals who
As one of the new staff members here at artsnb, I would like to introduce myself. My name is Réanne Cooper, and I have recently joined the team as the new Communications Officer. Just to share a bit about myself, I was born in Nova Scotia but grew up here in Fredericton, New-Brunswick. I
(This article has been translated from the original in French). The Lieutenant-Governor’s Awards for High Achievement in the Arts recognize and celebrate outstanding New Brunswick artists and writers who have distinguished themselves by the excellence of their achievements and their contribution to the arts in the province. Robert Pichette, laureate of the 2017 Lieutenant-Governor’s Award