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artsnb LUNCH and LEARN


Thursday January 27, 2022

BIPOC artists of all disciplines! Would you like to receive funding to advance your arts career? Bring your lunch and join the artsnb staff in their Lunch and Learn presentation (online) exclusively for BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, and/or people of colour) artists on TUESDAY MARCH 1 FROM 12- 1PM and find out everything there is to

artsnb SPEED-CONSULTING sessions


Monday January 24, 2022

Having questions about the next deadlines coming up? artsnb launched a new initiative in September 2020: its online Speed-Consulting sessions! Every 2nd 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 Rebecca Salazar, artsnb Program Officer.

ARTSNB JANUARY 2022 NEWSLETTER


Tuesday January 18, 2022

In this issue of artsnb January 2022 newsletter, you will find: artsnb’s upcoming deadlines; artsnb and Mawi’art join forces for a presentation to Indigenous artists; Self-taught artist Anne Stillwell shares some magic at KIRA; News from our strategic partners: the Department of Tourism, Heritage and Culture’s Core Funding Program is open for applications, a Pathways

Indigenous artists of ALL disciplines! Would you like to receive funding to advance your arts career? Join the artsnb staff at Mawi’art Coffee Break (online) on FRIDAY JANUARY 28 AT 10 AM and find out everything there is to know about the Equinox program for Indigenous artists. This diverse program is exclusively for Indigenous artists,

28 days of pure magic


Monday January 10, 2022

Written by Anne Stillwell FEATURED ARTIST SERIES  ̶  ANNE STILLWELL How do you summarize 28 days of pure magic? From May 19th to June 16th of Spring 2021 I experienced the Kingsbrae International Residency of the Arts (KIRA) in Saint Andrews New Brunswick. The pandemic hijacked our original arrival but even with an extra year

ARTSNB DECEMBER 2021 NEWSLETTER


Wednesday December 15, 2021

In this issue of artsnb December 2021 newsletter, you will find: artsnb’s holiday schedule; Upcoming and extended deadlines; Changes on the artsnb Board; News from our strategic partners: the Department of Tourism, Heritage and Culture is calling for professional artists, the AAAPNB is calling cultural workers to fill out their survey, Artslink NB’s Catapult registrations

December 14, 2021 (Fredericton) – The New Brunswick Arts Board (artsnb) is proud to announce that Christiana Myers has been appointed to the artsnb Board of Directors. Christiana Myers is a curator, writer, artist, and museum educator based in Menagoesg/Saint John, New Brunswick. She holds a BFA from Mount Allison University and a MLitt Curatorial

December 2, 2021 (Fredericton) – At its recent annual meeting, the New Brunswick Arts Board (artsnb) elected Victoria Hutt as its new Chair. She succeeds Alain Boisvert, who served in this role to the end of his second mandate on the board. Victoria Hutt is a visual artist, designer and writer living in Florenceville-Bristol, NB.

ARTSNB NOVEMBER 2021 NEWSLETTER


Wednesday November 17, 2021

In this issue of artsnb November 2021 newsletter, you will find: artsnb is in the process of building their 3-year strategic plan. As a key stakeholder, we would like to hear from you: please fill out the survey by December 6; Time to think ahead and apply to artsnb’s upcoming program deadlines; Shadows shining bright on the

Written by Heather McCaig FEATURED ARTIST SERIES – HEATHER MCCAIG Flameworking uses a specialized propane and oxygen fuelled torch to melt borosilicate glass, a type of glass that contains boron trioxide, making it an extremely heat resistant and a durable product. Used as a material for scientific glassblowing this glass can be found in your