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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

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

PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS EVENT HAS BEEN POSTPONED, INFORMATION ABOUT THE FUTURE DATE OF THE EVENT WILL BE SHARED SOON. Indigenous artists of ALL disciplines! Would you like to receive funding to advance your arts career? Join artsnb in Neqotkuk First Nation Friday September 15 and Saturday September 16 from 9 – 4 pm, at

artsnb SPEED-CONSULTING sessions

Wednesday August 9, 2023

Having questions about the next deadlines coming up? take advantage of artsnb’s online Speed-Consulting sessions! 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 video-chat room on Zoom and

artsnb welcomes a new team member

Thursday August 3, 2023

artsnb is pleased to welcome a new team member: Meet Dominique Léger, artsnb’s new Program Assistant, who will give a hand in managing everything programs related, and help with the increase in the number of applications. Photo credit: Louis-Phillippe Chiasson My name is Dominique Léger (they/them) and I am a queer, trans, and Acadian cultural

Job Title: Program Assistant, New Brunswick Arts Board (artsnb)  Terms: Annual contract (with possibility of renewal), subject to an initial three-month probation period and annual performance evaluations  Hours: Flexible 3 days (about 21.75 hours) per week, permanent position year round  Salary: Between $24,260 and $32,023 depending on experience, plus competitive benefits  Bilingual: Excellent oral, written,

Fredericton, May 9, 2023 – The New Brunswick Arts Board (artsnb) has published revised program guidelines on its website. Effective immediately, applicants must read and follow the new revised guidelines before applying to artsnb programs. In harmony with its 2022-2027 Strategic Plan, the New Brunswick Arts Board has begun a multi-phase revision of its funding

We are thrilled to share the following opportunity with individuals and organizations that care deeply about the arts and culture in our province, and who wish to see its diversity reflected in the programs, initiatives and structures of the New Brunswick Arts Board (artsnb).  The provincial government is seeking to fill three (3) vacancies on

Forlorn Visitations

Tuesday March 14, 2023

Written by Nat Cann Photo: Forlorn Visitations, Memory. Collagraph 14.75″ x 52.5″, set of 4 variable editions. Fox jaw courtesy of taxidermist Cheryl Johnson w/ installation of a cottage kitchen. Photo credit: Sarah Fuller. Exhibited this past fall at Winnipeg’s Martha Street Studio, Forlorn Visitations is a detailed series of repetitious print-made investigations into the depths