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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


Tuesday February 28, 2023

The New Brunswick Arts Board (artsnb) is looking for a Web Programmer to help develop and maintain an existing web project built with PHP and MySQL. The deadline to submit your interest is March 31, 2023. Responsibilities As contract Web Programmer, you will help develop new features and will be responsible for maintaining existing components


Thursday February 23, 2023

Are you interested in setting up an artistic creation project? Participating in an artist residency? Or developing your artistic career? artsnb’s grant programs can help you achieve your goals! The New Brunswick Arts Board (artsnb) will meet the artists in your community. Artists of all disciplines from the Tracadie, Campbellton and Edmundston regions, come and

Fredericton, February 22, 2023 – The New Brunswick Arts Board (artsnb) is pleased to announce the creation of a fourth Lieutenant Governor’s Award for High Achievement in the Arts: The Indigenous Artist Award. Starting in 2024, the New Brunswick Arts Board will add a fourth award created specifically to celebrate the achievements of an Indigenous


Tuesday February 21, 2023

The New Brunswick Arts Board (artsnb) is looking for a graphic designer to create bilingual promotional materials to help promote the organisation’s programs and to create its 2022-2023 Annual Report (the chosen candidate may work in English and/or French). The deadline to send a submission is March 20, 2023 at 11:59pm. Responsibilities: artsnb Poster and


Wednesday February 15, 2023

Come meet representatives from artsnb and the Canada Council for the Arts as they tour New Brunswick Indigenous communities. Learn everything you need to know about public arts funding (assistance with CVs, profiles, and online applications). These are drop-in sessions, you do not need to register to attend. You would like to know more? Reach

Written by Starlit Simon “Ankweywitew, Matues” dress exhibited at the Saint John Art Centre as part of the group show “Wayfinding.”  Canvas, paint, porcupine quills, sinew, button snaps. 2022. Photo: Naomi Peters. What Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls (MMIWG) amplifies for me is the dehumanization of Indigenous people and that Indigenous women and

Fredericton, February 13, 2023 – The New Brunswick Arts Board (artsnb) is pleased to announce a short-term funding increase to the Professional Development component of the Career Development Program. In effect since last November, an additional $50 000 is being invested in the Professional Development component of the Professional Development program. This additional investment is provided

Lunch and Learn with CARFAC Maritimes

Tuesday January 17, 2023

Visual, media, and craft artists, learn more about the organisation acting as an economic and legal defender of professional visual artists in Canada: CARFAC. Bring your lunch and join Anna Rail, CARFAC Maritimes’ director ONLINE on Monday January 23 at 12pm for a Lunch and Learn about CARFAC, copyright, and best practices. This event is

Written by Brandon Hicks I’ve always loved mass media. Movies, books, radio, video games, comics, theatre, magazines — it didn’t really matter what form it took. I was simply taken with the concept of communicating through creation. If quality was a factor, I was hardly a discerning consumer. As a child, I was a fan