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Jane LeBlanc Legacy Fund: Visual Arts Award đŸ‘©â€đŸŽš

Deadline to apply: August 1, 2022
$800 Cash Award

The award is for New Brunswick emerging visual artists to help them further their artistic development. Specific to the following art forms: drawing and painting. No formal experience is required to apply.

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Eligible Activities:

  • Mentorships (paying for any costs associated with the mentorship, including a fee for your mentor).
  • Workshop & Lab Intensives (costs related to the workshop, whether in person or online).
  • Artist-in-Residence (costs related to the residency).
  • Memberships (costs associated with joining a visual art organization).
  • Educational Material (costs related to the purchase of any educational visual art material).
Submission Guidelines
  • Artist Bio.
  • Letter explaining what you will use the award for including costs.
  • Letter from mentor confirming their involvement if applying for mentorship.
  • 6 visual art works max.

All submissions can be emailed to catmaryleblanc@gmail.com

Silver Wave Film Festival Submissions Open July 2nd 🌊

The annual Silver Wave Film Festival features something for everyone. The event offers a showcase of multicultural, international, French and English programming of all genres and lengths and a comprehensive industry series which brings experienced and emerging producers and filmmakers together.

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Silver Wave is jam packed with exciting events and programming with diversity and depth. The Festival is the brainchild of the board and staff at the New Brunswick Filmmakers’ Co-operative and is the staff’s volunteer labour.

1) Best NB Short Film (open to eligible short NB films/videos)

2) Lex Gigeroff Excellence in Screenwriting in a NB Short Film (open to eligible short NB films/videos

3) Excellence in Cinematography in a NB Short Film (open to eligible short NB films/videos

4) Excellence in Art Direction in a NB Short Film (open to eligible short NB films/videos

5) Excellence in Sound Design in a NB Short Film (open to eligible short NB films/videos

6) Excellence in Picture Editing in a NB Short Film (open to eligible short NB films/videos

7) Excellence in Music Composition in a NB Short Film (open to eligible short NB films/videos

8) Outstanding Performance by a NB Actress (open to eligible short NB films/videos

9) Outstanding Performance by a NB Actor (open to eligible short NB films/videos

10) Outstanding Performance by a NB Supporting Actress (open to eligible short NB films/videos

11) Outstanding Performance by a NB Supporting Actor (open to eligible short NB films/videos

12) Best Documentary Short (open to eligible documentaries under 60 minutes)

13) Best Documentary Feature(open to eligible documentaries 60 minutes and over)

14) Best Experimental OR Animated Short Film (open to eligible short films/videos

15) Best Student Short (dependent on number of submissions, open to eligible student films

16) Best Canadian Short (open to eligible Canadian shorts outside of NB)

17) Best International Short (open to eligible International shorts)

18) Best Genre Short (non-drama films including comedy (open to eligible short NB films/videos

19) Jane LeBlanc Filmmaker Award (for first and second time filmmakers
‱ $200 in workshops/training from the NBFC (2023)
‱ $800 cash from The LeBlanc Family and generous donations
‱ $1000 in equipment and post services from NBFC
‱ $80 (full membership two years) from the NBFC
‱ Workshopping of winning screenplay Presented by the New Brunswick Filmmakers’ Co-operative, Tony Merzetti & the LeBlanc Family

20) CBC/New Brunswick Joy ($8,500)
‱ $2,500 in cash from CBC
‱ $1,000 in cash from New Brunswick Filmmakers’ Co-operative
‱ $5,500 in equipment or facilities from the New Brunswick Filmmakers’ Co-operative

21) Brian Carty Film Volunteer Recognition Award

22) Jim Lavoie Film Professional Recognition Award

23) Silver Wave WIFT-AT Salute

24) Viewer’s Choice Award
Chosen by the fest audience online.

All films suitable for festival showcasing are accepted from around the world.
The festival is focused on shorts primarily but does accept fictional feature films annually.

At the discretion of the festival programmers, please be aware that your film may be screened virtually or in person.

Films must not be older than 2 years.
The majority of the awards are focused on NB shorts made by NB resident filmmakers.
There are specific awards for films from away.
For non-English films, subtitles are required.
When submitting please include full crew & cast lists, address, email, posters, stills, headshots and bios and film project info.
Online, private links are the preferred method to view films (Youtube, Vimeo)
Filmmakers must have the rights to all images and music in their film.

Music Studio Mentee Program ✹

The Jane Leblanc Legacy Fund music studio mentee program is assists emerging music artists with their music creation and composing growth in a studio setting. This program utilizes experienced Canadian and International music artists as mentors in-person and virtually.

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Mentors to choose from depending on what you are looking for in a mentor:

Cat LeBlanc (Click Here for Cat’s background) – Awarded Mentee – Anne Lebans

Kylie Fox (Click Here for Kylie’s background)

Jason Anderson (Click Here for Jason’s background)

David Somerville (Click Here for David’s background)

Submission Guidelines

Short paragraph or resume showing your emerging training and development in music.

Brief letter or email expressing why you think you would benefit from being mentored and specifics on what you want to get from the experience OR short iPhone video (2 min).

This mentorship experience also includes grant-writing consultation with the Jane LeBlanc Legacy Fund and other mentorship and performance opportunities.

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Deadline is July 15, 2022

$2,000 in-kind

All submissions can be emailed to catmaryleblanc@gmail.com.

Sheila Hugh Mackay Award Deadline Reminder 🐘

The Sheila Hugh Mackay Foundation is a champion of the visual arts in New Brunswick. 

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Through its annual juried award programs, we celebrate  of artists who have achieved career milestones and who continue to push the boundaries of their creative practices.  Currently the Foundation is inviting nominations and applications for two major  awards:

The Nel Oudemans Award

The Marie HĂšlĂšne Allain Fellowship Award

The Foundation encourages input from the community in recognizing important artistic talents in our midst.  The deadline for submission is June 30, 2022.

Please consult the website for full application details.

TNB Foundation Awards 🏆

Click this link for more information about the TNB Foundation awards.

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Stephen Graham Bird Award
(Acting, Directing or Playwriting)
DEADLINE June 10, 2022

The Stephen Graham Bird Award is designed to recognize and encourage New Brunswick students who have demonstrated exceptional talent and potential, and who are pursuing a career in the theatre. The Stephen Graham Bird Award is for full-time study.

Objectives

To assist New Brunswick students who intend to pursue, or are presently pursuing, a career in theatre as a professional.
To increase the number of professional theatre artists in New Brunswick.
To encourage the development of New Brunswick talent in theatre arts.

Eligibility

To be eligible for consideration an applicant must intend to pursue, or be currently pursuing, full-time studies at a recognized institution, at an undergraduate level or professional training program, for the purpose of pursuing a career as a professional theatre artist. This career may be in acting, in directing, or in playwriting. Only New Brunswick residents are eligible to receive funding. A resident is defined as a Canadian citizen or permanent resident who has resided in New Brunswick for at least one year immediately preceding the application deadline.

Level of Funding

One award in the amount of $3,000 will be awarded per annum. An individual may receive up to a maximum of 4 awards, which must be applied for annually.

Apply here.

J. Patrick Clark Award
(Design, stage management or technical production)
DEADLINE June 10, 2022

The J. Patrick Clark Award is designed to recognize and encourage New Brunswick students who have demonstrated exceptional talent and potential, and who are pursuing a career in the theatre. The J. Patrick Clark Award is for full-time study.

Objectives

To assist New Brunswick students who intend to pursue, or are presently pursuing, a career in theatre as a professional.
To increase the number of professional theatre artists in New Brunswick.
To encourage the development of New Brunswick talent in theatre arts.

Eligibility

To be eligible for consideration, an applicant must intend to pursue, or currently be pursuing, full-time studies at a recognized institution, at an undergraduate level or professional training program, for the purpose of pursuing a career as a professional theatre artist. This career may be in design, stage management or technical production. Only New Brunswick residents are eligible to receive funding. A resident is defined as a Canadian citizen or permanent resident who has resided in New Brunswick for at least one year immediately preceding the application deadline.

Level of Funding

One award in the amount of $3,000 will be awarded per annum. An individual may receive up to a maximum of 4 awards, which must be applied for annually.

Apply here.

Submissions for the PRIX MNB AWARDS 2022 Now Open

All entries and submissions to the Prix MNB Awards must be received by 23:059 pm (Atlantic) on May 2, 2022.

MUSIC CATEGORIES

  1. Recording of the Year
  2. Enregistrement de l’annĂ©e
  3. SOCAN Song of the Year
  4. Chanson SOCAN de l’annĂ©e
  5. Video of the Year · VidĂ©o de l’annĂ©e

MVP CATEGORIES

  1. Indigenous Artist of Year · Artiste autochtone de l’annĂ©e · Elnoeg notji pipogotitjg genatagen · Skicinowək noci-amalhəcəssawet likətənək
  2. Breakthrough Artist of the Year · RĂ©vĂ©lation de l’annĂ©e
  3. Champion of the Year · Champion·ne de l’annĂ©e
  4. Innovator of the Year · Innovataire de l’annĂ©e

INDUSTRY CATEGORIES

  1. Venue of the Year · Salle de spectacle de l’annĂ©e
  2. Festival | Event of the Year · Festival | ÉvĂ©nement de l’annĂ©e
  3. Music Industry Professional of the Year · Professionnel·le de l’industrie de la musique de l’annĂ©e

ELIGIBILITY

The eligibility period for the 2022 Prix MNB Awards is May 1, 2021 to April 30, 2022, inclusive.

Except for the Recording of the Year and Enregistrement de l’annĂ©e, all entrants must be Music·Musique NB (MNB) members at the time of application to be considered eligible.

Eligible entrants must have lived in New Brunswick during the full eligibility period. For groups, at least fifty percent (50%) of members must have lived in New Brunswick during the full eligibility period.

Instrumental recordings are eligible. Compilations are ineligible for nomination.

All submission requirements must be met. Incomplete entries are not accepted. Any occurrences of questionable eligibility are dealt with at the discretion of the Prix MNB Awards Committee. No refunds will be given for ineligible entries or entries made to categories which do not open.

Music·Musique NB encourages submissions from members of diverse communities, including Indigenous people, people of colour, people with disabilities, people from the LGBTQ+ community, and people who identify with other intersectional and equity-seeking groups.

DEADLINE

Entries must be filled out online and received by 23:059PM (Atlantic) on May 2, 2022. For all categories in which a recording is being considered, a physical copy must be sent to the MNB office (140, rue Botsford Street, suite 30, Moncton, NB, E1C 4X4). If the recording is only released in a digital format, a download code must be provided.

For full details and eligibility requirements, please visit the MNB website.

Jane LeBlane Legacy Fund Awards and Deadlines

Arnold LeBlanc Songwriter Award – Amount: $2,000 – Deadline: May 20, 2022. Eligible Music Categories: roots, folk, and country music

The Arnold LeBlanc Songwriter Award seeks to spotlight talented New Brunswick songwriters at all levels in honour of Miramichi-born Arnold LeBlanc. Arnold was gifted with a golden singing voice. As a young child, he sang in the church choir and continued to sing well into his golden years. Arnold could whistle entire songs with perfect pitch and sang every day of his life.

We have confirmed Lennie Gallant, Joel Plaskett, Jenn Grant, Rose Cousins, and Catherine MacLellan for the music jury, and we are excited! The Arnold LeBlanc Songwriter award value has now increased to $2,000!

For submission guidelines, visit: https://www.janeleblanclegacyfund.com/awards/arnold-leblanc-songwriting-award

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    Jane LeBlanc Film Post Award – Amount: $1,000 – Deadline: June 1, 2022

    This cash post-production award enables New Brunswick emerging filmmakers to hire resident indie post

    specialists to take their film to completion. Eligible Post Work the cash award can be used for includes:

    •   Sound Design
    •   Music Score
    •   Colour Correction
    •   Dialogue Replacement
    •   Picture Edit

      This cash award can be used to top up other grants/awards the filmmaker has received. It is important to disclose in your submission that you have received funding for your project already. This cash award must hire New Brunswick resident creatives to do the post-work on a project. This cash award can be used to cover your festival submission fees.

      For submission guidelines, visit https://www.janeleblanclegacyfund.com/awards/film-post-award.

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  • Jane LeBlanc Acting Support Award – Amount: $700 – Deadline: June 1, 2022


    This Acting Support Award is for any New Brunswick resident actor at any level who needs support moving their education and craft forward. Eligible activities the cash award can be used for:

    •   Mentorships (paying for any costs associated with the mentorship, including a fee for your mentor)
    •   Workshop & Lab Intensives (costs related to the workshop whether in person or online)
    •   Artist-in-Residence (costs related to the residency)
    •   Memberships (costs associated with joining an acting organization)
    •   Educational Material (costs related to the purchase of any educational acting material).

      For submission guidelines, visit https://www.janeleblanclegacyfund.com/awards/acting-support-award.

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      Jane LeBlanc Music Award  – Amount: $3000 (In-kind Support) – Deadline: June 25, 2022

      The Jane LeBlanc Legacy Fund has created an award for emerging New Brunswick resident singer/songwriters to assist them in the recording and mastering of one of their original songs.If the music jury selects you, you will receive:
      • ‱ Full assistance with recording and mastering (Eastern Hive Studio).
        ‱ 1 to 2 session musicians (we pick), if needed, for the professional studio recording.
        ‱One-year membership with Music‱Musique NB, and the Writers’ Federation of New Brunswick.
        ‱ One-on-one professional development session with Kate Butler of She Said Feck! Records and Colin Fowlie of Colin Fowlie Music.
        ‱ One-on-one consultation with award-winning singer/songwriters Laurie LeBlanc, Rose Cousins, Catherine and Lennie Gallant.
        ‱ One-on-one consultation with artist manager & record label owner Nigel Jenkins.
        ‱ Mentorship with Canada’s Music Incubator (CMI).
        ‱ Complimentary pass to the ECMA’s and potential showcase opportunity.
      • One award will be given out annually through the fund.
      • https://www.janeleblanclegacyfund.com/awards/music-award.

John Hobday Awards in Arts Management

Attention Canadian Arts Administrators!

Are you a mid-career or established arts administrator looking for assistance with professional development? Consider applying for the John Hobday Awards in Arts Management.

These awards are given to talented arts administrators in Canadian professional arts organizations for professional development or mentoring opportunities.

  • Value: Two prizes of $10,000
  • How to qualify: Apply to the Canada Council for the Arts by email.
  • Deadline: March 1st, 2022
For further information, please refer to the guidelines.

Please note: talent managers, booking agents or those who represent artists as managers are not eligible (this does not include gallery representation).

CONTACT
Sarah Brown
Program Officer
Prizes, Canada Council for the Arts
johnhobday-prizes@canadacouncil.ca

Nominations for the Lieutenant Governor’s Awards for High Achievement in the Arts 

Now and until June 1st, artsnb is accepting nominations for the Lieutenant Governor’s Awards for High Achievement in the Arts 

Members of the visual arts, literary arts and performing arts communities: nominate someone for the prestigious Lieutenant-Governor’s Awards for High Achievement in the Arts – and help the New Brunswick Arts Board (artsnb) promote artistic excellence within our province.

The Lieutenant-Governor’s Awards for High Achievement in the Arts are designed to recognize the outstanding contribution of New Brunswick artists.

One award of $20,000 may be conferred in each of the following three categories:

  • Visual Arts: including architecture, fine craft, media arts and photography
  • Performing Arts: including dance, music and theatre
  • Literary Arts*:  including literary translation, literary performance, spoken word and storytelling

* Please note that awards in Literary Arts alternate between French and English from year to year. This year (2021), nominations in French language literary arts will be considered.

DEADLINE: June 1st, 2021 11:59 pm.

For more information on how to nominate an artist, please refer to the program description on our website or contact the artsnb Program Officer.

CONTACT:
Sarah-Jonathan Parker, Program Officer
New Brunswick Arts Board (artsnb)
(506) 440-0037
prog@artsnb.ca
www.artsnb.ca

Mise en candidature – date limite 31 mai 2021

Il est temps de soumettre votre candidature – nouvelle date limite : 31 mai 2021

L’AcadĂ©mie des arts et des lettres de l’Atlantique, l’instance responsable du processus d’évaluation des candidatures aux Éloizes, donne le coup d’envoi de la pĂ©riode de mise en candidature des Éloizes 2022.

Il est donc le temps de soumettre votre candidature pour une Ɠuvre, une prestation ou une contribution crĂ©Ă©e ou prĂ©sentĂ©e au cours de la pĂ©riode visĂ©e par les Éloizes 2022, soit du 1er juillet 2019 au 31 mai 2021.

NOUVEAUTÉ : TOUTES LES ƒUVRES OU PRESTATIONS FAITES EN LIGNE, PENDANT LA PANDÉMIE, SERONT ACCEPTÉES PAR L’ACADÉMIE.

Toute personne qui souhaite soumettre une candidature doit suivre les Ă©tapes suivantes :

‱ Se rendre à l’adresse : www.leseloizes.ca;
‱ Prendre connaissance des rĂšglements, des catĂ©gories et des critĂšres de l’excellence artistique;
‱ Remplir le formulaire de mise en candidature en ligne pour soumettre sa candidature.

Les formulaires de mises en candidature sont disponibles en ligne dĂšs maintenant. À noter que la date limite pour soumettre une candidature a changĂ© au 31 mai 2021.

Pour plus de renseignements concernant les mises en candidature : eloizes@aaapnb.ca

Atlantic Book Awards – Winners Announcement Next Week

MEDIA ADVISORY

The winners of the 2021 Atlantic Book Awards (ABAS) will be announced virtually in an event hosted by CTV Atlantic’s Amanda Debison on Thursday, May 13, 2021, with prizes presented by previous winners, including Michael Crummey, Sheree Fitch and Ami McKay.

There will be fourteen awards given out, plus the Pioneer Award, which recognizes a lifetime contribution to writing and publishing in Atlantic Canada.

ABAS presents three more events in this year’s Festival: Storytellers of Cape Breton (Monday, May 10 at 7:00 p.m.), Poetry & Prose:  A Discussion of Craft on Tuesday, May 11 at 7:00 p.m. and Understanding our Past:  Exploring Nova Scotia’s History on Wednesday, May 12 at 7:00 p.m.  All events feature this year’s shortlisted authors in conversation and are free; links from the ABAS website or its Facebook page.

For more information: www.atlanticbookawards.ca
Peggy Walt, Cultural Affairs Consulting & Promotion
(902) 422-5403, (902) 476-1096
peggy@culturalaffairs.ca

The Éloizes evening changes date

Moncton, April 7, 2021 – The Acadian Association of Professional Artists of New Brunswick announces today that the SoirĂ©e des Éloizes will be broadcast on television on June 5, 2021 to resolve a scheduling challenge with the Gala Trillium Gold.

Radio-Canada will broadcast the SoirĂ©e des Éloizes on Saturday, June 5 at 8 p.m. (Atlantic time), 8:30 p.m. (Newfoundland time), on ICI TĂ©lĂ© in the Atlantic provinces. It will also be possible to listen to it at the same time via the Internet on radiocanada.ca/acadie . The show will also air on ICI ARTV at 8 p.m. across the country. It will then be available for catch-up on ICI TOU.TV for one year.

“By changing the date of our evening, we are resolving this scheduling challenge with the Gala Trille Or for the benefit of artists from the Canadian and Acadian Francophonie. »Adds Carmen Gibbs, Executive Director of the AAAPNB.

You are therefore all invited to join us for this special Éloizes evening. Follow our social media to learn more about the 2020 finalists.

Édition spĂ©ciale des Éloizes (PRESS RELEASE – Special edition of Éloizes)

Moncton, March 18, 2021 – The Acadian Association of Professional Artists of New Brunswick (AAAPNB) announces today that the SoirĂ©e des Éloizes will be broadcast on Saturday, May 29, 2021.

Radio-Canada will broadcast the special on Saturday, May 29 at 8 p.m. and 8:30 p.m. in Newfoundland, on ICI Télé en Atlantique. It is also possible to listen to it at the same time via the Internet at radiocanada.ca/acadie. The show will also air on ICI ARTV at 8 p.m. across the country. It will then be available for catch-up on ICI TOU.TV for one year.

The teams have been working for several months to create a renewed edition of the SoirĂ©e des Éloizes: “The pandemic has forced us to show ingenuity to recognize the artistic excellence of the 2020 cuvĂ©e of the finalists. I am so happy that this evening can take place ”, explains Carmen Gibbs, general manager of AAAPNB and producer of Éloizes.

The production and artistic direction of this special have been entrusted to Kevin McIntyre and the animation will be assumed by none other than Matthieu Girard.

The world has changed a lot in the past year: “The arts and culture sector is particularly affected and the repercussions will be felt for many years to come. The Éloizes are no exception to this reality, ”adds Carmen Gibbs.

You are therefore all invited to join us for this different evening at Les Éloizes. Follow our social media to learn more about the 2020 finalists.

The AAAPNB has decided to virtually maintain the Éloizes Youth Activities.

The invitation was extended to all teachers and the interest shown by the education community in Youth Activities confirms the need for arts education and education through the arts.

More than 200 workshops will therefore be offered in the 34 schools of the Francophone Northeast School District and in six educational daycares that will reach more than 3,000 young people aged 2 to 18: “The results are beyond our expectations. 
 It’s extraordinary, it’s magnificent! », Affirms Philippe Beaulieu, president of the AAAPNB.

 

https://www.leseloizes.ca/nouvelles/

Cal Johnson, First Recipient of the Indigenous Artist Development Program

March 16, 2021 – Music·Musique NB is proud to announce that Cal Johnson (photo below), of Tobique First Nation in New Brunswick, is the first recipient of the Indigenous Artist Development Program. The initiative was created to provide one emerging Indigenous artist with the tools, support and guidance to achieve a new musical project.

Multi-instrumentalist Cal Johnson plans to re-record traditional Wolastoqiyik songs, previously recorded by Elders from the Tobique First Nation community. The songs will be re-imagined in an EP format and include a full musical accompaniment, as the original recordings have no instrumentation apart from the traditional drum.

Cal Johnson will be supported throughout this project by Mi’kmaq artist Wolf Castle, from the Pabineau First Nation, as well as by the Music·Musique NB (MNB) team. Hip Hop artist Wolf Castle initiated the project to create more spaces where Indigenous voices can be heard.

“We hope that this pilot project becomes a full-fledged recurring program,” says Jean Surette, Executive Director of MNB. “Our goal is to widen the scope and support many more emerging Indigenous artists.”

Cal Johnson is currently residing in Truro, where he completed the Music Arts Program at NSCC.

 

 

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Media contact: Jean Surette / jean@musicnb.org / 506.383.4662

Attention Canadian Arts Administrators!

Attention Canadian Arts Administrators!

Are you a mid-career or established arts administrator looking for assistance with professional development? Consider applying for the John Hobday Awards in Arts Management.

These awards are given to talented arts administrators in Canadian professional arts organizations for professional development or mentoring opportunities.

  • Value: Two (2) prizes of $10,000
  • How to qualify: Apply to the Canada Council for the Arts by email.
  • Deadline: March 1st, 2021
  • For further information, please refer to the guidelines.

Please note: talent managers, booking agents or those who represent artists as managers are not eligible (this does not include gallery representation).

Please share this information through your networks.

CONTACT:
Sarah Brown
Program Officer
Prizes, Canada Council for the Arts
johnhobday-prizes@canadacouncil.ca

Avis aux gestionnaires des arts
du Canada!

Vous ĂȘtes gestionnaire des arts, à mi-carriĂšre ou aux activitĂ©s dĂ©jĂ  bien Ă©tablies? Vous cherchez du soutien pour du perfectionnement professionnel? Vous pouvez soumettre votre candidature aux prix John-Hobday en gestion des arts.

Les prix John-Hobday en gestion des arts sont attribuĂ©s Ă  d’Ă©minents gestionnaires d’organismes artistiques professionnels canadiens qui aimeraient bĂ©nĂ©ficier d’un perfectionnement professionnel ou de mentorat.

  • Montant : Deux prix de 10 000 $
  • Comment remporter ce prix? En soumettant votre candidature par courriel.
  • Date limite : le 1er mars 2021
  • Pour de plus amples renseignements, consultez les lignes directrices.

Veuillez noter que les gestionnaires de talents, les impresarios et les gĂ©rants qui reprĂ©sentent des artistes ne sont pas admissibles (cela n’inclut pas la reprĂ©sentation par une galerie).

Merci de partager ces informations au sein de vos réseaux.

PERSONNE-RESSOURCE :
Sarah Brown
Agente de programme
Prix, Conseil des arts du Canada
prix-johnhobday@conseildesarts.ca

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The Canada Council supports, promotes and celebrates the work of Canadian artists and arts organizations.
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Le Conseil se voue à l’appui, à la promotion et à la reconnaissance des Ɠuvres des artistes et des organismes artistiques canadiens.

 

 

https://canadacouncil.ca/funding/prizes/john-hobday-awards-in-arts-management

Grants awarded for November 1st, 2020 Competition – Career Development Program 

Grants awarded for November 1st, 2020 Competition – Career Development Program

RĂ©sultats du concours du 1er novembre 2020 – Programme de DĂ©veloppement de carriĂšre

December 10, 2020, Fredericton – The New Brunswick Arts Board (artsnb) has released the results of the November 1st, 2020 competition for the Career Development program. A total of eight (8) grants were awarded, amounting to $25,000. 

Click here to read the full press release!

Le 10 dĂ©cembre 2020, Fredericton – Le Conseil des arts du N.-B. (artsnb) annonce aujourd’hui les rĂ©sultats du concours du 1er novembre 2020 dans le cadre du programme de DĂ©veloppement de carriĂšre. Huit (8) bourses ont Ă©tĂ© octroyĂ©es, reprĂ©sentant un montant total de 25 000 $.

Cliquez ici pour lire le communiqué de presse en entier!

Judges announced for New Brunswick Book Awards

For Immediate Release

 

Judges announced for New Brunswick Book Awards; Deadline to enter December 1

The Writers’ Federation of New Brunswick and The Fiddlehead have announced the judges for the 6th annual New Brunswick Book Awards. The program will celebrate books published in the 2020 calendar year in the poetry, fiction and nonfiction categories and children’s picture books published in the 2019 and 2020 calendar years. Submissions will be accepted until December 1, 2020.

The awards and judges are:

Mrs. Dunster’s Award for Fiction – Mark Sampson is the author of several novels, most recent All the Animals on Earth, short story and poetry collections.

Alice Kitts Memorial Award for Excellence in Children’s Writing – Frieda Wishinsky is the author of over 60 trade and educational children’s books including picture books, chapter books, novels, and nonfiction.

The Fiddlehead Poetry Book Prize – Yusuf Saadi is the winner of the The Malahat Review‘s 2016 Far Horizons Award for Poetry and the 2016 Vallum Chapbook Award. His first collection, Pluviophile, was selected for the CBC’s 2020 summer reading list.

Writers’ Federation of New Brunswick Nonfiction Award – Naomi Lewis is a fiction and nonfiction writer, editor, and creative writing teacher. Her 2019 memoir, Tiny Lights for Travellers has won a number of awards, most recently she won Alberta’s Wilfrid Eggleston Award for Nonfiction. and her journalism has been shortlisted for provincial and national magazine awards.

Full bios can be found here:  https://nbbookawards.wixsite.com/info/judges-1

The New Brunswick Book Awards is open to traditionally published and self-published authors who have lived in the province for three of the last five years, including the award year. For more information on the eligibility criteria and to download the entry form, visit http://nbbookawards.wixsite.com/info.

The book awards program represents a partnership between the Writers’ Federation, which for more than 30 years has passionately supported the development of home-grown writers at all stages of development, and The Fiddlehead, Canada’s oldest literary magazine, which has nurtured New Brunswick’s literary culture for 75 years.

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Media Contacts:
Ian LeTourneau
Ian.letourneau@unb.ca
Cell: (506) 440-8072

Rayanne Brennan
rayanneb@rogers.com
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MAUM AWARD OF DISTINCTION

AWARD OF DISTINCTION – 25 th ANNIVERSARY OF MUSÉE ACADIEN DE L’UNIVERSITÉ DE MONCTON’S EDUCATIONAL PROGRAM

The MusĂ©e acadien de l’UniversitĂ© de Moncton (MAUM) is proud to announce that the 25 th anniversary of the educational program is the recipient of the 2020 Award of Distinction from the Association Heritage New Brunswick (AHNB) .

During the annual virtual conference of the Association Heritage New Brunswick on October 15, the selection committee highlighted the success of the MAUM’s educational program, while congratulating Jeanne Mance Cormier, department head and curator, and Sophie Mallet, museum educator, for their work of innovation and creativity in the constant evolution of the program.

This educational program, offered in both official languages, began 25 years ago thanks to the museum’s rich collections and increased demand from schools in southeastern New Brunswick.

Grants Awarded by artsnb in the Career Development Program

Grants Awarded by artsnb in the Career Development Program

                Subventions accordées par artsnb dans le cadre du programme de Développement de carriÚre

October 6, 2020, Fredericton – The New Brunswick Arts Board (artsnb) has released the results of the September 1st, 2020 competition for the Career Development program. A total of eleven (11) grants were awarded, amounting to $15,030.  

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Le 6 octobre 2020, Fredericton – Le Conseil des arts du N.-B. (artsnb) annonce aujourd’hui les rĂ©sultats du concours du 1er septembre 2020 dans le cadre du programme de DĂ©veloppement de carriĂšre. Onze (11) bourses ont Ă©tĂ© octroyĂ©es, reprĂ©sentant un montant total de 15 030 $.

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