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Fredericton Summer Artist in Residence Program 2023 ☀️

February 2023 – The fifth annual City of Fredericton Summer Artist-in-Residence program will take place this year in two locations – the Fredericton Botanic Garden at Odell Park, and Killarney Lake Park.  The City is inviting artists to submit proposals for a residency at either location during July or August. Residency periods are for two weeks with a new option this summer for a one-month residency, each with a stipend of $500 per week.  Accommodations are not provided.

An artist works on a painting outside.

The program provides a unique opportunity for artists to move their studio outdoors into the natural surroundings of Killarney Lake’s wooded recreational park on the northside, or in the community-run Botanic Garden adjacent to Odell Park on the southside. Both locations are open and free to the public.

Artists are required to engage with park and garden users daily on site, and with the broader community through online activities. Artists will be active on social media with brief daily updates on their residency as well as occasional, in-depth activities such as a demo, artist talk, or workshop. Selected artists are free to move throughout the park or garden as part of their creative process and will be provided with portable lawn signs which will indicate that they are the ‘Artist in Residence’.

This residency is open to all artists working in any medium, however preference will be given to work that is conducive to community engagement. The artist is expected to be in residence Monday to Friday, for 6-8 hours daily.

Deadline:  March 10, 2023 at 4:30 pm. Artists will be notified by April 30.  Submissions can be sent by email:  culture@fredericton.ca

Information: culture@fredericton.ca | 506-471-3378

Full details are here.

Third Shift 2023 Call for Proposals 🌘

Third Shift 2023 Call for Proposals
APPLICATIONS OPEN: Friday, February 3, 2023

Call for proposals. Third Shift: Reclamation. Deadline, March 12, 2023 @ 11:59pm AT

 

DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSION: Sunday, March 12, 2023 (11:59pm Atlantic)

THIRD SHIFT is an annual festival of public contemporary artworks that takes place in Saint John, New Brunswick. THIRD SHIFT 2023 will take place from August 18 – 20, 2023.

Established in 2015, THIRD SHIFT holds space for new experiences and communal exchange through the exhibition of temporary public art installations, performances, and screenings. For more information about THIRD SHIFT and to see installations from previous festivals, please visit the festival website.

Full details are here.

Craft NB Seeks Project Manager 📈

Craft NB is currently in search of the perfect person to fill the position of Project Manager.

Craft NB: Join our team. Project Manager

If you, or someone you know, is passionate about the craft community, project management, and logistical planning, we would love to hear form you!

Check out the job description here.

Project Soundcheck Training ✓

Update: Project Soundcheck training is so popular, the first session is now FULL. But don’t worry, we’ve added a SECOND SESSION – this one is in the evening. March 13th from 6-9pm – register via the link below!

This project has been made possible by the Government of Canada.

As part of our Industry Pathways – Expert Access program, Music·Musique NB is pleased to offer Project Soundcheck training for our live music sector.

SouncCheck

Project Soundcheck is a prevention initiative, aimed at giving festivals, venues & communities the skills and training to prevent and respond to sexual violence in live music spaces. By reducing bystander apathy and training industry professionals to intervene when seeing harmful behaviour, we can foster safer spaces in our music industry.

PROJECT SOUNDCHECK TRAINING
Date: Tuesday, February 21st, 2023
Time: 10:00am – 1:00pm
Location: online (via Zoom)
Cost: FREE
Pre-registration required
Presented in English

Second Session:
March 13th from 6-9pm

Details here.

Lieutenant-Governor’s Award for High Achievement in the Arts 🏆

The call for nominations is for the 2024 Lieutenant-Governor’s Award for high Achievement in the Arts is opening on January 1, 2023 and closing on July 1, 2023.

Lieutenant Governor's Awards for High Achievement in the Arts

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 every 2 years, in each of the following four categories:

Visual Arts Award: including architecture, fine craft, media arts and photography
Performing Arts Award: including dance, music and theatre
Literary Arts Awards*: including literary translation, literary performance, spoken word and storytelling
Indigenous Artist Award: including visual arts: architecture, fine craft, media arts and photography; performing arts: dance, music and theatre; and literary arts: literary translation, literary performance, spoken word and storytelling

* Please note that awards in Literary Arts alternate between French and English from year to year. The next nomination period (2024), nominations in English language literary arts will be considered.

Details are here.

Grant Writing for Arts and Community Organizations: Saint John Community Arts Board ✍🏽

Is your organization thinking about applying for a Saint John Community Arts Board grant? Or are you an artist working on a funding application?

Saint John Community Arts Board Logo

If so, come learn about grant writing and what it takes to write a successful application on February 8th with local grant writer Katie Buckley!

To register email artsandculture@saintjohn.ca

We hope to see you there.

The Facebook event is here.

Contact East Showcase Applications Open 🌟

Contact East is an annual performing arts booking conference hosted by the Atlantic Presenters Association. The event brings performing arts presenters, managers, and agents together to see artist performances showcasing a diverse range of artistic genres, including but not limited to music, cabaret, dance, disability arts, circus arts, comedy, youth-oriented programming, and cultural performances.

Illustration of a moose standing in front of the moon. Text reads: Contact East 2023.

This year, Contact East will take place in Woody Point, Newfoundland from Thursday, September 20 to Sunday, September 24 offering artist showcases and pitch sessions, professional development sessions, and numerous opportunities for presenters, artists, agents and managers to network and discuss booking opportunities.

Artists should be prepared to present a performance, or excerpt of a full length piece of work, approximately 15 minutes in length. APA understands that some performances need more time to be fully experienced and will do their best to ensure that all work is properly represented.

Artists should be prepared to showcase the performance that was stated in the application. Any changes must be pre-approved as the selection committee selects final applications based on what was submitted.

Full details are here.

Beaverbrook Art Gallery Seeks Registrar 📣

The Beaverbrook Art Gallery is growing in more ways than one. With a spectacular new façade, exciting exhibitions and programs, and revamped internal systems, we need YOU to be part of our dynamic team!

Beaverbrook Art Gallery

Job: Registrar

To apply for this position, please submit your résumé to Sandra Nickerson, Business Services Manager: By email, HR@beaverbrookartgallery.org

Position profile:

Reporting directly to the Manager of Collections & Exhibitions, the Registrar is responsible for the management of the collection and exhibitions, which comprises maintenance, storage, transportation and record keeping associated with the Gallery’s permanent collection, exhibitions, and acquisitions.

The Registrar ensures that collections management is conducted in accordance with the highest public art gallery standards in Canada aligned with the resources made available by the Gallery.

The Registrar must also be able to manage other Gallery projects related to the collection, its exhibition, and related to traveling exhibitions.

Go here for full details.

Sappyfest 18: Call for Submissions 💥

ATTENTION MUSICIANS, WRITERS, DANCERS, FILMMAKERS, THINKERS, QUESTION MAKERS, COLLABORATORS & CREATIVES OF ALL MANNER: Submissions are now open for Sappyfest 18, taking place August 4th-6th, 2023.

Sappyfest 18: August 4-6, 2023. Call for Submissions. Deadline February 28th, 2023

Sappyfest is an annual three-day festival of music, art, poetry and performance that takes place in the heart of downtown Sackville, NB. We are a small but big-hearted gathering and a volunteer-driven organization dedicated to producing a non-hierarchical event with a broad program of regional, national, and international artists. We focus on emerging artists, unheralded career artists, and celebrated artists working in all styles of music and sound, as well as poetry, dance, film, and the visual and performing arts.

Apply to participate in Sappyfest 18 by filling out this brief form.

Applications close on Tuesday, February 28th, 2023.

Go here for full details.

FACTOR Artist Development Program 🗓️

For the FACTOR Artist Development Program, the last juried program intake for fiscal 2022-2023 is open to applications. The Artist Development program (AD) offers a $2,000 subsidy toward a year of artist development activities including sound recording, touring, showcasing, video content production, and marketing.

Application Window Now Open. Artist Development

Designed for artists in the early stages of a professional career in music, Artist Development provides investment support towards a suite of potential activities over a year of career progression.

The deadline to apply is February 2, 2023, at 5:00pm ET.

Details are here.

The Guernica Prize for Literary Fiction 📖

The Guernica Prize recognizes the best literary fiction novel that pushes boundaries and is cutting edge. Each entry must be an unpublished novel of at least 40,000 words. A $50 entry fee (online submission through Submittable only) must accompany each submission. Authors may submit more than one manuscript but each manuscript must include a separate entry fee. The name of the author or anything identifying the author should appear nowhere in the manuscript.

Guernica Editions logo

The prize consists of $1,000 and a publication contract with Guernica Editions. The winning author agrees to publication with Guernica. Please name your file your manuscript title or the first three words of the manuscript title if the title is longer than three words.

The Guernica Prize is open to Canadian citizens and/or residents of Canada only. Please note that submissions to the prize are final. If a submission is retracted, there is no refund of the entry fee.

Click here to see a list of previous winners.

Submission period: January 1st – April 30th

Details here.

STU Directing Course: Open Audition Call 🎭

STU Directing Course

Audition call for Love and Information by Caryl Churchill.

STU open call auditions

DATE: Tuesday January 24, 2023
TIME: 5:00PM – 10:00 PM
LOCATION: Ted Daigle Theatre, STU Campus (51 Dineen Drive)

For info on how to SIGN up please go here.

No theatre experience is necessary. All are welcome.

Fredericton NB – The St. Thomas University Directing Course is excited to announce a CALL FOR AUDITIONS for their upcoming production of Caryl Churchill’s ‘exhilarating theatrical kaleidoscope’, LOVE & INFORMATION. The students in the course, a collection of burgeoning and diverse emerging directors, welcome students and community members of all ages and levels of experience to come to the auditions on Tuesday January 24, 2023, in the Ted Daigle Theatre on the STU campus.

The Facebook event listing is here.

 

Centre for Craft Nova Scotia: Call for Instructors 🍎

Call for Instructors from the Centre for Craft Nova Scotia for the spring term 2023, which runs from April 14th to June 24th, 2023.

PLEASE NOTE: If you have taught with us before, you will need to resubmit your course proposal.

We're now accepting proposals for the 2023 Spring term. The Centre for Craft invites artists and crafters interested in sharing their skills and knowledge to instruct courses and workshops in our wood, ceramics, textiles, jewellery, and multipurpose studios.

Deadline February 1st. Visit our website for more information.

Your proposal package should include a description of the proposed course or workshop, a course outline, a current CV, a bio and digital images.

We offer assistance in creating and submitting course proposals and will accept applications in alternative formats.

For full details on how to apply, go here.

AX Seeks Fund Development and Business Officer 📊

AX, the Arts and Culture Centre of Sussex, is seeking a dynamic and driven Fund Development and Business Officer to proactively manage donor relations and communications, fundraising and sponsorships, special events and specific project budgets, and administration. While the primary focus will be the communication, relationship-building and solicitation necessary to attract and maintain philanthropic support for the Centre, the successful candidate will play a vital role in fulfilling AX’s strategic objectives and mandate to support, promote and foster arts and culture in the region.

Ax Arts and Culture Centre of Sussex

This is a permanent position for 37.5 hours per week (occasional evenings and weekends required), with group health benefits paid for by the employer, flexible work options, minimum three weeks’ vacation, additional holidays over and above statutory holidays, and a salary between $45,000 and $65,000. These terms are negotiable, depending on qualifications and experience.

Please apply with a cover letter and resume by January 26, 2022. You may email your application to execdirector@axartscentre.ca

Applications will be reviewed on an ongoing basis, so early submission is encouraged. We thank everyone who applies for their interest in this position; however, only candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.

Full details are here.

Summer Jobs: Festival Antigonish Summer Theatre 2023 🎭

Festival Antigonish Summer Theatre is now accepting applications for various Front of House and Creative Team positions for its 2023 season. All positions require residing in Antigonish for the duration of the contracts. Some of these positions are contingent upon funding from the Province of Nova Scotia and Service Canada. Funding confirmation is expected to be received in April 2023.

Festival Antigonish Summer Theatre 2023 Summer Jobs

1. Patron Relations Assistant (Box Office)
2. Production Assistant
3. Head of Wardrobe
4. Wardrobe Assistant
5. Scenic Carpenter
6. Props Builder
7. Wardrobe Dresser

Full job postings are here.

Deadline for Applications: February 15 (Creative Team) and March 17 (Front of House).

Atlantic Spring Market: Vendor Applications 🌸

We’re so excited to host our our 2023 Spring Market & Maritime Maker Directory again this year!

Saturday, April 8th  2023 (10-5pm) at the Delta Convention Centre – 18 Queen Street, Charlottetown, PEI

Atlantic Spring Market hosted by Esty Team PEI and Etsy NB. April 8, 2023

 

We’re so excited to host our our 2023 Spring Market & Maritime Maker Directory again this year!

Saturday, April 8th  2023 (10-5pm) at the Delta Convention Centre – 18 Queen Street, Charlottetown, PE

Facebook Event is here.

Application details are here.

KIAC ODD Gallery: General Call For Exhibitions 📣

The Klondike Institute for Arts and Culture has an open general call for exhibitions.

2024/25 Submissions deadline: February 15, 2023.

ODD Gallery

The ODD Gallery accepts proposals from professional visual artists and curators working in all mediums and disciplines. The ODD Gallery encourages regional, national, and international proposals.

Please follow the submission guidelines here.

Note: Due to volume of submissions, only successful applicants will be contacted after July 1st.