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CATAPULT Applicant Info Session for 2023

Are you an artist needing help on how to be purposeful and organized about the business side of your practice? Artists need the work habits that would allow any entrepreneur or small business owner to succeed in their field. Over an 8-week period, CATAPULT participants receive training in fundamental entrepreneurial skills.

CATAPULT Applicant Info Session

Apply for the Fall 2023 session by September 4th!

Have questions about CATAPULT and/or the application process? Sign up for an online information session on Wednesday, August 16 @ 12pm via Zoom.

Can’t make the date? No problem, let us know by selecting the sign up button we will send you a copy of the session.

New Brunswick Eduarts Hub: Arts and Wellness

The Canadian Network for Arts & Learning is delighted to partner with ArtsLink NB on an Eduarts Hub that will be available both in-person at the Sanctuary Theatre in Saint John and virtually, on Wednesday, April 26, from 4 pm to 6 pm.

Learn from professionals working in the field of arts and wellness from both the artistic and therapeutic/medical sides. Share your experiences and join in the conversation. Refreshments will be provided.

Eduarts Hubs. ArtsLink and the Canadian Network for Arts and Learning invite you to a discussion on Arts and Wellness

Can’t make it in person?

Learn from artistic facilitators and support organizations providing wellbeing initiatives to schools and the community
Share your thoughts and experiences on wellbeing and the role of the arts in addressing 
Discover opportunities for artistic collaboration in a variety of settings throughout the community
Be Inspired by creative projects and opportunities for growth in New Brunswick and beyond

Event Schedule

4:00 pm – Welcome and opening remarks by the Canadian Network for Arts & Learning and ArtsLink NB
4:10 pm – Presentation by artist Deanna Musgrave
4:30 pm – Presentation by Chroma
4:50 pm – Networking with refreshments (opportunities to speak with arts therapist Patricia Harrity, representatives from VanGo! and NB Copes and others) 
5:10 pm – Roundtable discussions
6:00 pm – Wrap-up

Presenters

Image of Deanna Musgrave

Deanna Musgrave is well-known for her work as an artist creating colourful mural-sized paintings across New Brunswick; however, she is also devoted to researching connections between art and healing. She completed her thesis titled “Connecting Crossmodal Interactions in Visual Music to create ‘Mindful’ Experiences” as part of her Master of Interdisciplinary Studies at the University of New Brunswick. Through her part-time position as artist-teacher of CollectionARTNB’s “VanGo!” program, she visits schools across the province to share the art collection and leads students in workshops focused on what she terms “Mindful Guided Art.” She is certified in Hypnotherapy, Akashic Field Therapy™, Cognitive Energy Healing™ and holds a Reiki Masters, which she utilizes to assist clients and create art. She also has a monthly “Astrology for Creators” column in “The Artful Mind” Magazine, an arts publication in the Berkshires, Massachusetts, USA. She is currently completing a Counselling Skills Diploma from the Orca Institute in British Columbia, CA.

Chroma. Pride, inclusion, equality. Logo.

Chroma: Pride, Inclusion, Equality Inc. is a non-profit organization that provides support for 2SLGBTQIA+ people in the Saint John Region. Chroma commits to advocating for and collaborating with our community, as well as providing 2SLGBTQIA+ education to all. We promote positive initiatives for the community and conduct research to highlight gaps in services and policy to encourage positive change.

Mariah Darling They/He/She, Education Coordinator at Chroma NB
Born and raised in Saint John, Mariah received their Bachelor of Science from UNBSJ. A proudly Queer and Trans young professional with a background in medical research who is an analytical, collaborative, information-based thinker with knowledge and passion for issues facing the 2SLGBTQQIA+ community.

Other Arts and Wellness Practitioners in Attendance

Patricia HarrityWorking as a creative arts therapist, Patricia’s practice is grounded a strong belief in creative processes as inherently therapeutic. Patricia’s clinical experience includes facilitating creative arts therapy with children between the ages of 4-13 at KV Psychology & Wellness Clinic, as well working alongside the NB Social Pediatrics Team to provide services to children in the uptown Saint John area. Prior to relocating to Saint John, she conducted therapy with children (4-8) in the Child Psychiatry Unit (Early Childhood Disorders Program) at the Jewish General Hospital in Montreal, and with children (6-12) attending after school programming at the community center Maison Saint Columba house. She has also facilitated community based group creative arts therapy with older adults with diverse/ varied abilities.

NB COPES: is a registered charity that provide creative and holistic supports for children, youth and families experiencing the loss of a close family member. Our team is led by licensed professionals who are specifically trained in grief support and creative approaches. Art therapy and music therapy form the foundation of our programs. We provide retreats, workshops and programs across the province.

VanGo!: is an exhibition of artworks in the New Brunswick Art Bank on tour to anglophone schools. A partnership of the Department of Education and Early Childhood Development and the Department of Tourism, Heritage and Culture, the exhibition helps to familiarize students with the language of the visual arts and with original works of art by professional New Brunswick artists.

Presented in partnership with ArtsLink NB.

ArtsLink NB is a member-based arts service organization, founded in 2009 to advance the arts in New Brunswick by linking and unifying artists and arts organizations and promoting their value. We represent New Brunswick artists of all disciplines from across the province.

The Canadian Network for Arts & Learning gratefully acknowledges the support of the Canada Council for the ArtsDigital Strategy Fund.

CATAPULT Program Launches Over 💯 Graduates

We had such a wonderful time on Sunday, April 2, 2023, at the CATAPULT Arts Accelerator Pitch Day for the Winter 2023 cohort! Thanks to everyone who joined us for the pitches, networking, community building, and snacks! This was the first time we’d held a pitch day in person since 2019.

Clockwise from top left: Jill McNair, Kelly Baker, Joëlle Martin, and Erin Goodine.

Arts Link NB is proud to have brought together an amazing group of supporters to celebrate CATAPULT artists as they embark on their career journeys with all the new skills they’ve learned in the CATAPULT Arts Accelerator.

Clockwise from top left: Helen Hillis, Melissa Kennedy, and Amber Carter. In the group photo, from left to right: Helen Hillis, Melissa Kennedy, Erin Goodine, Laura Boudreau, Kelly Baker, Jessica Dunphy, Jill McNair, Amber Carter, Joëlle Martin, and Jericho Knopp.

It also marked a major milestone for the CATAPULT, as we passed 100 graduates and there are now 103 alumni of the program!

Clockwise from top left: Mark Kleyn, (In the group photo, from left to right: Helen Hillis, Melissa Kennedy, Erin Goodine, Laura Boudreau, Kelly Baker, Jessica Dunphy, Jill McNair, Amber Carter, Joëlle Martin, and Jericho Knopp.) Laura Boudreau, and Jericho Knopp.

Here are some preview photos from Pitch Day that were taken by Tim Lingley.

Check out the work of our Winter 2023 Grads:

Kelly Baker
Melissa Kennedy
Amber Carter
Joëlle Martin
Erin Goodine
Jill McNair
Helen Hillis
Laura Boudreau

One 2 Ones: Taxes with Gary Belding 📈

It’s tax time! 😲

But no need to worry, ArtsLink NB is here to help!

Tax time is extremely daunting for artists. Our next One 2 One session on taxes will help you de-stress and file your taxes confidently with tax tips and advice. Bring your questions to this 50-minute one-on-one consultation with professional business, finance, and management consultant Gary Belding.

April 5-6, 11, 13. One 2 One. Taxes with Gary Belding

These One 2 One sessions will cover everything   you need to know about HST and income tax, what you can claim, what the difference is between sole proprietorship and incorporation, and what it means to register your business.

How to Register

Registration is now full. However, due to a cancellation there is one spot remaining on Thursday, April 13th, at 2pm. Email jessica@artslinknb.com to claim the spot.

About Gary Belding

Gary Belding graduated from the University of New Brunswick with a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration in 1977. Gary has in excess of 40 years experience in both the private and public sectors, including management, business, and financial consulting as well as economic development encompassing business development and lending. 

Gary Belding

From June 1998 until his retirement in April 2011, Gary was the Manager of Business Financial Support with the provincial department of Business New Brunswick. Gary currently operates his own business, Belding Business Financing Solutions, raising capital for business start up and expansions. 

Since April 2012, Gary has published a number of articles in Risk & Business magazine. His business website is www.beldingsolutions.com Gary is a past director of the Fredericton Chamber of Commerce, River Front Development Steering Committee, Head Coach with Fredericton South Minor Baseball Association, and has championed a number of fundraising activities for the Fredericton Area United Way Campaign, Salvation Army Red

Shield Appeal, Sky is the Limit Snow Challenge, the Canadian Cancer Society, Heart and Stroke Foundation and the Chalmers Hospital Foundation. Gary is a past Area Governor and District Treasurer with District 45 Toastmasters and has achieved his Distinguished Toastmaster designation from Toastmasters International, the highest educational award. 

In his leisure time, Gary has been an actor in over 25 short and feature films along with being a production accountant and a film producer.

Film Industry Investment Omitted in 2023-24 Provincial Budget 

March 22, 2023 – Saint John, NB – On behalf of the ArtsLink NB membership, we wish to express our disappointment that further investment in the film industry was omitted from the 2023-24 budget presented on March 21, 2023.

Arts Link NB, the arts are vital to all New Brunswickers. Response to the 2023-24 provincial budget.

Last year’s budget increase of $2.5 million to support the film, television, and new media industries, was a step forward after many years of stagnation. However, the stated intention to increase the annual investment to $20 million by the year 2026 has not been upheld.

The film industry is an integral part of New Brunswick’s cultural fabric and contributes significantly to the economy. The industry provides jobs and stimulates economic growth while showcasing the unique culture and heritage of our province to audiences around the world. It is disheartening to see the provincial government not prioritize the clear value of this industry.

Other provinces across Canada have recognized the significance of the film industry and have implemented robust funding and tax credit programs. These programs have attracted major productions to their regions, creating jobs and economic opportunities for local communities. New Brunswick is missing out on these opportunities and risks falling further behind.

We urge the provincial government to respect its original commitment to the film industry and prioritize financial support and industry incentives in future budgets. Doing so will ensure that New Brunswick remains competitive and that this important sector can thrive once again.

About ArtsLink NB:

ArtsLink NB is a member-based arts service organization, founded in 2009 to advance the arts in New Brunswick by linking and unifying artists and arts organizations and promoting their value. We represent New Brunswick artists of all disciplines from across the province.

Press Contact:

Julie Whitenect, Executive Director, ArtsLink NB
julie@artslinknb.com

ArtsLink NB Mentorship Pilot Program: Call for Applicants

ArtsLink NB is now accepting applications for our mentorship pilot program. Artists of all disciplines who live in Atlantic Canada face the unique challenge of pursuing their practice from a marginalized area of the country. Building networks through lifelong engagement in peer-to-peer and mentor-to-mentee discourse is vital to pursuing a career for any arts professional, but the need is especially high in New Brunswick. 

ArtsLink NB Mentorship Pilot Program. Professional experience, guidance, artistic practice, shared knowledge. Apply by March 31, 2023.

In response to this, ArtsLink NB is now launching an intensive 12-month mentorship pilot program that connects artists who wish to share their professional experience and guidance with other artists. This pilot program will build on the traditional mentorship model, with an open door to lateral and cross-disciplinary collaborations between mentor and mentee.

Each participant (mentee) will be paired with a mentor for a year-long mentorship. 10 artists will be selected for a mentorship with a mentor whose experience and knowledge can enhance that of the mentee. Mentorship candidates will be practicing arts professionals who aspire to gain knowledge and skills to expand their current practice. The mentor’s role is to advise on professional activities and guide the mentee in a career-building process through peer-to-peer dialogue. 

Application Criteria:

  • Successful candidates must be a member of ArtsLink whose primary residence is in New Brunswick. Mentors may reside anywhere in Canada. 
  • Artists at any stage of their career are encouraged to apply.
  • Applicants must have the time over the next year to commit three to four hours a month to this mentorship.
  • Applicants must detail how a year-long mentorship would positively impact their practice.
  • Applicants do not need to have a mentor in mind, but are encouraged to make suggestions.

If Selected:

  • Each of the 10 mentees in the initial cohort will complete a pre-mentorship survey detailing their goals and expectations for the mentorship.
  • Based on each survey, potential mentors will be proposed by ArtsLink.
  • Mentors are contacted to determine their interest.
  • Available mentors are contracted by ArtsLink NB
  • Mentors receive remuneration of $1,500 to be disbursed in two installments to help ensure satisfactory performance throughout the program. 
  • An additional $500 is available as a discretionary fund for travel, materials, or to attend workshops together, etc. This will be paid by mentor or mentee upfront, and reimbursed upon submission of receipt.
  • Mentors and mentees will meet virtually or in person, for an average of 3 to 4 hours per month.
  •  At the 6-month mark, mentors and mentees will each complete a short report detailing the work they have done, whether they feel they are progressing to their stated goal; and comment on the success/challenges of the mentor-mentee relationship. 
  • At the conclusion of the 12-month period, a final report will be submitted by both mentor and mentee to gauge the success of the mentorship program. These reports will detail the progress made on the goals established at the outset.

Timeline: 

  • Friday, March 17, 2023: Call out for participants announced
  • Friday, March 31, 2023: Deadline for application submission
  • Wednesday, April 5, 2023: Mentees will hear back on the status of their application
  • April 15, 2023: Mentorships begin, mentors are paid 1st installment
  • October 15, 2023: 6 month progress reports submitted (by both mentor and mentee), mentors are paid second installment
  • April 15, 2024: Mentorship ends, final reports and expense reports submitted

To Apply:

Experts on Call

We are excited to announce that the Experts on Call pilot program has officially launched!

Whether you want to improve your understanding of Google Analytics, get actionable tips for digital marketing, optimize your SEO strategies, enhance your online presence, or even learn about UX and accessibility best practices, our Experts on Call pilot program is here to help you reach your goals!

Digital Connections. Experts on Call, ArtsLink NB. The arts are vital to all New Brunswickers.

You can book a training appointment now with one of our experts! Experts On Call is designed to provide artists and arts organizations with resources and access to digital experts by booking online training appointments with them.

There are four experts on our Experts on Call network, with expertise in areas such as Digital Marketing, SEO, UX and Web Accessibility, Google Analytics, etc. Each organization is given an allowance of two training appointments per calendar month, which you can use however you wish.

Each training appointment is one hour. To book a training appointment, go to this link and click the “Book Now” button.

Cross-Cultural Creation Residency 2023

Cross-Cultural Creation Residency

Three Indigenous artists
Three Francophone artists
Three Anglophone artists
Ten days of creative companionship

(document en français ci-dessous)

Mawi’Art: Wabanaki Artist Collective is proud and honoured to collaborate with ArtsLink NB and L’Association acadienne des artistes professionnel.le.s du Nouveau-Brunswick (AAAPNB), to offer our fourth Cross-Cultural Creation Residency, June 16-25, 2023 in Metepenagiag.  The organizations are launching a call for 10 artists from the province’s three largest cultural groups: Indigenous, Francophone, and Anglophone artists. The 10-day residency will take place at Metepenagiag Heritage Park and Outdoor Lodge, and artists will have the opportunity to work on a personal project as well as exchange creative energy and cultural wisdom with eight other artists.

Call to Artists. Cross-Cultural Creation Residency

Residency Information

The theme of this year’s Cross-Cultural Creation residency will be Netakulimk.  This is a teaching shared by Elder Albert Marshall of Esksoni First Nation, who will join the artists during the residency.  Netakulimk is described as “the use of the natural bounty provided by the Creator for the self-support and well-being of the individual and the community.”  Western thinkers might understand this to mean simply “sustainability” but as Elder Albert will teach us, Netakulimk encompasses core aspects of humanness; interconnectedness; and the four core values of respect, responsibility, relationship, and reciprocity.

Location

Metepenagiag Heritage Park and Outdoor Lodge and the surrounding land and water will ground artists in the natural environment and the deep connections to land and place experienced by Indigenous peoples.  This place-based experience, steeped in the history of a “village of 30 centuries,” will provide artists with opportunities to reflect on the meaning of ancestry, their own ancestral lines, and the relationships between past, present, and future generations.  Artists will be welcome to walk the grounds, participate in a group paddle on the Miramichi River, harvest materials in support of their artistic practice from the woods and water, and create in and of a natural environment as people have done in this place for thousands of years. 

The selected artists will stay in Metepenagiag Outdoor Lodge, each in a private room.  Meals and housekeeping will be provided to the artists to maximize the time they are able to devote to their practice, to time alone, and voluntary group activities.  We will host evening fires, storytelling, and other Indigenous cultural offerings.

Residency Goals

  • To encourage artistic exploration and the creation of new works, by creating in healthy conditions conducive to artist creation
  • To contribute to the increasing quality of artistic work in NB
  • To facilitate collaboration and the sharing of expertise
  • To create significant cultural bridges between the different communities in the province
  • To facilitate meetings between the artists and the public and help the public better understand the creation process.

The works that are created may be presented publicly in 2024. The artists will be given complete artistic freedom, and they will be asked to participate in a one-day Open Studio on June 24, 2023 to allow the community to learn about their creative processes.

The Selected Artists Will Be Expected To:

  1. Provide their own art supplies
  2. Interact with the other participating artists
  3. Publicly present their creations at the end of the residence in an exhibition 
  4. Submit a final report and evaluation to Mawi’Art: Wabanaki Artist Collective, ArtsLink NB, and l’AAAPNB,within 30 days of the end of the residency.
  5. Be available for the entirety of the residence, from June 16 – 25, 2023.

Who Can Apply?

  1. All professional artists, both emerging and established, are invited to apply for the residency (for more information on eligibility, see artsnb’s definition of a professional artist).
  2. The residency is open to Indigenous artists who are members of Mawi’Art, Francophone artists who are members of l’AAAPNB, and Anglophone artists who are members of ArtsLink NB.

How to Apply

Fill out the Google Form (English and French) in full, including a detailed project description (500-1500 words).

  • Attach your artist statement and artist cv to the Google Form.
  • Artists must be available for the full residency period, from June 16-25, 2023.

Selection Criteria

The applications will be evaluated by a peer jury. The jury will consider:

  1. The relevance and feasibility of the proposed project, given the location and technical capabilities of the location;
  2. The project’s originality and creativity;
  3. The potential impact of the project on the artist’s career.

Schedule

Application deadline: Feb 19, 2023. March 3, 2023

Responses to candidates:  March 3, 2021. March 10, 2021.

What’s Included in the Residency

  • A $1,500 stipend
  • Reimbursement for travel costs, from the artist’s residence to the residency location (if over 50 km)
  • Lodging in private room with private bath in Metepenagiag Outdoor Lodge
  • All meals will be provided

If You Have Questions, Please Reach Out to US:

Shawn Dalton, Ph.D. — Executive Director

Mawi’Art: Wabanaki Artist Collective

550 Queen St., Fredericton NB, E3B 1B9

director@mawiart.org

506.449.1395

Moulay Ahmed Chbihi – Responsable des services aux artistes

l’Association acadienne des artistes professionnel.le.s du Nouveau-Brunswick

140 rue Botsford bureau 29

Moncton N.-B. E1C 4X5

moulay.chbihi@aaapnb.ca

506.852.3313 ext. 226

506.688.7470

Jeri Knopp – Programming Director

ArtsLink NB

89 Canterbury St., Suite 407, Saint John, NB, E2L 2C7

jeri@artslinknb.com

(506) 647-6201

www.artslinknb.com

This project is a collaborative partnership among Mawi’Art: Wabanaki Artist Collective, l’Association acadienne des artistes professionnel.le.s du Nouveau-Brunswick, and ArtsLink NB and is made possible thanks to the Government of New Brunswick and the Canada Council for the Arts.


Résidence de création interculturelle

Trois artistes autochtones
Trois artistes francophones
Trois artistes anglophones

Résidence de création interculturelle 

Mawi’Art: Wabanaki Artist Collective est fier et honoré de collaborer avec ArtsLink NB et L’Association acadienne des artistes professionnel.le.s du Nouveau-Brunswick (AAAPNB) pour offrir cette quatrième résidence de création interculturelle, du 16 au 25 juin 2023 à Metepenagiag. Les trois organismes lancent un appel pour trouver 10 artistes parmi les trois plus grands groupes culturels de la province : artistes autochtones, francophones et anglophones. La résidence de 10 jours aura lieu au Metepenagiag Heritage Park and Outdoor Lodge et les artistes auront l’occasion de travailler sur un projet personnel ainsi que d’échanger leur énergie créative et leur sagesse culturelle avec huit autres artistes.

Informations au sujet de la résidence

Le thème de la résidence de création interculturelle de cette année sera Netakulimk. Il s’agit d’un enseignement partagé par l’Aîné Albert Marshall de la Première Nation d’Esksoni, qui se joindra aux artistes pendant la résidence. Netakulimk est décrit comme “l’utilisation de la générosité naturelle fournie par le Créateur pour l’autosuffisance et le bien-être de l’individu et de la communauté”. Les penseurs occidentaux pourraient comprendre que cela signifie simplement « durabilité », mais comme l’Aîné Albert nous l’enseignera, Netakulimk englobe les aspects fondamentaux de l’humanité; interconnexion; et les quatre valeurs fondamentales que sont le respect, la responsabilité, la relation et la réciprocité.

Lieu de la résidence

Le lieu Metepenagiag Heritage Park and Outdoor Lodge ainsi que les terres et les eaux environnantes ancreront les artistes dans l’environnement naturel et les liens profonds avec la terre ainsi que les lieux vécus par les peuples autochtones. Cette expérience basée sur l’endroit, ancrée dans l’histoire d’un «village vieux de 30 siècles», offrira aux artistes des occasions de réfléchir sur le sens de l’ascendance, leurs propres lignées ancestrales et les relations entre les générations passées, présentes et futures. Les artistes seront invités à marcher sur le terrain, à participer à une pagaie de groupe sur la rivière Miramichi, à récolter des matériaux afin d’appuyer leur pratique artistique dans les bois et dans l’eau, et à créer dans un environnement naturel comme les gens l’ont fait à cet endroit depuis des millénaires.

Les artistes sélectionné.e.s séjourneront au Metepenagiag Outdoor Lodge, chacun.e dans une chambre privée. Les repas et l’entretien ménager seront fournis aux artistes afin de maximiser le temps qu’ils pourront consacrer à leur pratique, aux moments en solitaire ainsi qu’aux activités de groupe. Nous organiserons des feux de camps pendant les soirées où des contes seront partagés ainsi que d’autres activités culturelles autochtones. 

Buts et objectifs de la résidence

  • Encourager l’exploration artistique et la création d’œuvres nouvelles, en créant dans des conditions saines propices à la prolifération artistique
  • Contribuer à la qualité croissante du travail artistique au N.-B
  • Faciliter la collaboration et le partage d’expertise
  • Créer des ponts culturels significatifs entre les différentes communautés de la province
  • Faciliter les rencontres entre les artistes et le public et aider le public à mieux comprendre le processus de création.

Les œuvres créées seront présentées publiquement en 2024. Les artistes bénéficieront d’une liberté artistique complète et seront invité.e.s à participer à une journée « Open Studio » le 24 juin 2023 pour permettre à la communauté de découvrir leurs processus de création. 

Ce que nous attendons des artistes sélectionne.e.s

  1. Fournir leurs propres fournitures et matériels
  2. Interagir avec les autres artistes participant.e.s
  3. Présenter publiquement leurs créations à la fin de la résidence lors d’une exposition
  4. Soumettre un rapport final et une évaluation à Mawi’Art : Wabanaki Artist Collective, ArtsLink NB et à l’AAAPNB, dans les 30 jours qui suivent la fin de la résidence.
  5. Être disponible pendant toute la durée de la résidence, du 16 au 25 juin 2023.

Qui peut soumettre sa candidature?

1. Les artistes professionnel.le..e.s, en voie de professionnalisation, les artistes émergents et les établis sont tous invité.e.s à postuler pour la résidence (pour plus d’informations sur l’éligibilité, voir la définition d’artsnb d’un artiste professionnel).

2. La résidence est ouverte aux artistes autochtones membres de Mawi’Art, aux artistes francophones membres de l’AAAPNB et aux artistes anglophones membres d’ArtsLink NB.

Comment Postuler?

Remplissez le formulaire Google au complet (anglais et français), en y intégrant  une description détaillée du projet (500-1500 mots).

  • Joignez votre déclaration d’artiste et votre CV d’artiste au formulaire Google.
  • Assurez-vous d’être disponibles tout au long de la période de résidence, du 16 au 25 juin 2023.

Critéres de selection

Les candidatures seront évaluées par un jury de pairs. Le jury prendra en compte :

1. La pertinence et la faisabilité du projet proposé, en prenant en considération les capacités techniques liées à l’emplacement;

2. L’originalité et la créativité du projet;

3. L’impact potentiel du projet sur la carrière de l’artiste.

Calendrier

Date limite de candidature : 19 février 2023. 3 mars 2023

Réponses aux candidats : 3 mars 2023. 10 mars 2023

Ce que est inclus dans la residence

  • Un cachet de 1 500 $ par artiste
  • Les frais de déplacement sont remboursés, en fonction de la distance entre le lieu d’habitation de l’artiste et le  lieu de la résidence (si plus de 50 km)
  • L’hébergement en chambre privée avec salle de bain privée au Metepenagiag Outdoor Lodge
  • Tous les repas seront fournis

Pour toute question contactez-nous : 

Shawn Dalton, Ph.D. — Executive Director

Mawi’Art: Wabanaki Artist Collective

550 Queen St., Fredericton NB, E3B 1B9

director@mawiart.org

506.449.1395

Moulay Ahmed Chbihi – Responsable des services aux artistes

Association acadienne des artistes professionnel.le.s du Nouveau-Brunswick

140 rue Botsford bureau 29

Moncton N.-B. E1C 4X5

moulay.chbihi@aaapnb.ca

506.852.3313 ext. 226

506.688.7470

Jeri Knopp – Programming Director

ArtsLink NB

89 Canterbury St., Suite 407, Saint John, NB, E2L 2C7

jeri@artslinknb.com

(506) 647-6201

www.artslinknb.com

Ce projet est un partenariat de collaboration entre Mawi’Art: Wabanaki Artist Collective, l’Association acadienne des artistes professionnel.le.s du Nouveau-Brunswick et ArtsLink NB et est rendu possible grâce au gouvernement du Nouveau-Brunswick et au Conseil des arts du Canada.