Category: Blog

Featured artist – Black history month Well let me start by being honest. I’ve only found my identity as an artist two years ago, so I am very new to this whole community. And I’ve certainly never written a book before. Sure, I had been accepted to a national writer’s residency and I have completed

Creating, a Cathartic Process


Tuesday February 9, 2021

Featured artist series – Marcia Dysart How collaboration deepens the questioning to release the truth. Written by Marcia Dysart It’s a mysterious unfolding that brings forth the bones of a piece. An initial question or curiosity can branch in many directions. Being open to more questions is the beginning of finding the work’s truth. Collaboration

The mind like a parachute


Thursday January 14, 2021

Featured artist Series – Martin Daigle Martin Daigle is an interdisciplinary artist who is heavily involved in research and creation within audiovisual art forms. Having received several scholarships from artsnb over the years, he recently completed his Master’s degree program in classical music at McGill University in Montreal, and is currently enrolled in McGill’s Schulich

A CONVERSATION WITH DAWN


Tuesday December 15, 2020

Featured artist series – Dawn Steeves Dawn Steeves is a visual artist based in Fredericton, New Brunswick with a background in fibre arts, graphic design, digital art, and printmaking. Dawn currently works in ink and oil paint concentrating on portraiture and the human figure while exploring both physical and ideological tensions on the natural world

UTUKKU AT THE RIO WEBFEST


Tuesday November 10, 2020

Featured artist series – Mathieu Laprise While at L’inis (the National Institute of Sound and Image), I had the opportunity to create a 3×5 minutes web series titled “Utukku” (script: Edith Kabuya, production: Fanny Bissonnette). This horror comedy tells the story of Vielda, a young girl who decides to take revenge on her worst enemy.

MY CREATION, WHERE I AM


Thursday October 8, 2020

Featured Artist Series – Édith Bourget Thanks to a category A Creation grant, I wrote two novels for youth dealing with grief. Tu es partout où je suis  is aimed at teenagers; Au chaud dans mon cœur, for beginner readers.   Catherine and her younger sister, Mélodie, each in their own way, tell the story of their brother David, who was killed by a motorist

A new online resource at artsnb


Thursday September 24, 2020

Having questions about the next deadlines coming up? artsnb is happy to announce the launch of its online Speed-Consulting sessions! Every 2nd and 4th Friday of each month, from 2-4pm, you can ask any questions you may have about our programs! Drop by artsnb video-chat room on Zoom and meet face-to-face with Sarah-Jonathan, our Program

Just like every year, we had the pleasure to hire a summer intern through a grant from Canada Summer Jobs for a period of 8 weeks. Each summer intern work closely with one of our staff member on a special project. Meet Nicole Collier artsnb 2020 summer intern! During her contract, she had the opportunity

Meet our new Communications Officer


Monday August 17, 2020

This week marks the first week I will be working with the team at artsnb. I am delighted to be part of the organization’s staff as Communications Officer! Here’s a little more about me and my background. I am originally from Abitibi-Témiscamingue, a region in the very north of the province of Quebec. It is

On July 1st, 2020, artsnb launched a music video based on the song “Find Your Way”, which was viewed online more than 30,000 times in less than a month. The song and video have generated quite a buzz about Indigenous music in New Brunswick, and showcase the talent of several artists, musicians and filmmakers of the province. Here is a brief history of how the song came to life and how it has impacted the career of several of its creators.