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Written by Dariush Zarbafian FEATURED ARTIST SERIES – DR. DARIUSH ZARBAFIAN Dr. Dariush Zarbafian is an ethnomusicologist, composer, instrumentalist, researcher, and writer based in New Brunswick. In 2021 he received an artsnb Documentation Program grant to produce a theoretical work entitled The Origin, Evolution and Originality of Acadian Music. This work analyzes the structures of

Fredericton, November 29, 2022 – The New Brunswick Arts Board (artsnb) is proud to announce that César Suárez has been appointed to its Board of Directors for a three-year mandate. César SuárezDr. César Suárez is a Venezuelan-Canadian classical musician with more than thirty-five years of successful performing, teaching experience and orchestra conducting in different countries.


Thursday November 24, 2022

Come meet representatives from artsnb and the Canada Council for the Arts as they tour New Brunswick Indigenous communities from November 28 – November 30, 2022. 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.

Millinery Textures in Felt-Making

Wednesday November 16, 2022

Written by Trish Hirschkorn (Trish Raine Hats) FEATURED ARTIST SERIES – TRISH HIRSCHKORN In 2022 I had the good fortune to take a year off from my day job as an occupational therapist and was successfully awarded an artsnb Creation Grant.  I am a felt-maker milliner (hat maker) who wanted to take advantage of this


Tuesday October 18, 2022

In this issue of October 2022 newsletter, you will find: Read the entire newsletter and subscribe to receive it HERE.

artsnb Lunch and Learn

Wednesday October 5, 2022

Writing your artist CV – For Indigenous artists Friday October 14, at noon. Indigenous emerging artists and arts/cultural professionals of all disciplines, do you need a little help writing your artist CV? Bring your lunch and come join artsnb staff members ONLINE on Friday October 14 at 12pm for a Lunch and Learn about CV

Fredericton, September 26, 2022 – The New Brunswick Arts Board (artsnb) is pleased to have launched the new Voluntary Self-Identification Survey on its Online Application System. This new survey has been created to identify possible gaps in programming and outreach to communities who may be under-represented. Since September 1st, applicants submitting a grant request on


Monday September 19, 2022

In this issue of September 2022 newsletter, you will find: Upcoming programs’ deadlines at artsnb; artsnb Featured Artist series with Robin Leblanc; News from our partners: the AAAPNB has released the Éloizes’ 2022 program, ArtsLink NB’s Atlantic Arts Symposium’s program has also been released, the Government of New Brunswick is calling artists to take part

Written by Robin LeBlanc FEATURED ARTIST SERIES – ROBIN LEBLANC AND LA FAMILLE LEBLANC My name is Robin LeBlanc and I have been a musician since the age when my mother left me at the sisters’ convent in Bathurst to study piano at Université de Moncton. In other words, I did 7 years of classical


Sunday August 21, 2022

In this issue of August 2022 newsletter, you will find: Read the entire newsletter and subscribe to receive it HERE.