Online workshop with stage, film, and television writer Jeffrey Hatcher

ARC Academy offering second workshop in training series for playwrights interested in perfecting their craft

Adaptation for the Stage, the second workshop in the ARC Academy offerings this season, will take place from on April 23rd and April 30th. The course is open to 6 playwrights with ties to Atlantic Canada who have completed an accredited training program. Each selected participant will receive a $500 honorarium.

Many of the world’s best loved plays are adaptations of previous works: novels, short stories, film, and other media. The session is designed to discuss what makes a good adaptation, what kinds of sources lend themselves to successful adaptations, and the craft needed to accomplish the work. Participants should have already written an adaptation or be considering writing one.

The course will run over a two-week period where participants will meet virtually on two Saturday nights: April 23rd and April 30th. Those interested in applying are asked to send a resumé and a brief letter of interest to ARC’s Artistic Director, Stephen Tobias, at director@atlanticrep.ca. The deadline for applications is 5:00 PM AST, April 9th, 2022.


For more information click here Adaptation for the stage

Art Gallery Assistant And Art Camp Instructor

This position includes assisting the director at the gallery and teaching art camps at the River Art Centre, with another summer student. The art education responsibilities include the planning, preparation and instruction of weekly art camps in partnership with a second summer employee. Being mentored by an art educator for 10 days of training and support is part of this position, so Education and or Visual Art students are encouraged to apply. Requirements: Must enjoy children, outgoing, responsible, resourceful, effective communicator, have leadership and organizational skill, art appreciation and a willingness to learn. Administrative gallery responsibilities include reception, answering & returning calls, copying, promoting the exhibitions and artists, offer tourist information, registration for programming and events, art sales, social media support, development of promotional material, gallery installations, artwork management, filing, email, and other tasks.

Find out more here!

Email a cover letter and resume to jennifer@mccainartgallery.com

Third Space Programming Coordinator

We’re hiring!

Third Space Programming Coordinator

Third Space Gallery is seeking to fill the position of Third Space Programming Coordinator in May 2022. The successful candidate will work closely with staff and volunteers of Third Space Gallery to present THIRD SHIFT Contemporary Arts Festival in Saint John, New Brunswick in August 2022 and will assist with Third Space programming throughout the Spring and Summer months. Upon successful performance review in September, the Programming Coordinator will have the opportunity to take on the Executive Director role on a year-to-year contract beginning in October 2022.

Application Closing Date: April 4, 2022

Info session: March 29 at 7pm on Zoom (Register here: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZ0pcuuurDsiHtSH1YpC2Y2He3QC_fQYsWe5)

Learn more here!

NotaBle Acts seeks entries for 21st annual Province-Wide Playwriting Competition

The NotaBle Acts Theatre Company is seeking submissions for its twenty-first annual province-wide playwriting competition. Contest winners will have their work featured as part of the 2022 NotaBle Acts Summer Theatre Festival, to be held in Fredericton, July 20-30.

New Brunswick playwrights have the opportunity to submit work in three main categories, one for 15-30 minute site-specific plays, one for 7-10 minute short plays and another for 30-60 minute one-act plays. Two additional categories of the contest are specifically for young playwrights in New Brunswick Middle and High schools.

Winning playwrights will also receive a cash prize and script mentoring from a professional playwright.

The contest rules and guidelines, as well as instructions on how to submit scripts, are available at www.nbacts.com. Questions about the contest can be directed to lfalken@unb.ca or (506) 458-7406. The deadline for the main contest is April 30th, 2022, while the Middle School and High School contest closes on May 15th.

Brigitte Clavette Merit Bursary

NBCCD is pleased to announce that Advanced Student Practice (ASP) student, Laura Boudreau, whose work is inspired by the traditional fencing of Fredericton’s Officers’ Square, has been awarded this year’s Brigitte Clavette Merit Bursary.
Photo credit: Caitlin Dutt
Photo reference: The attached photo includes the following people from L-R:
Sheila Hugh Mackay Foundation (SHMF) Board of Directors Vice-Chair Suzanne Hill, NBCCD Director Dr. Carrie Nolan, NBCCD Associate Dean Jared Peters, SHMF Executive Director Kathyrn McCarroll, Recipient of the Brigitte Clavette Merit Bursary Laura Boudreau, NBCCD Jewellery/Metal Arts Instructor and award namesake Brigitte Clavette. 
Media requests can be sent to Associate Dean Jared Peters at jared.peters@gnb.ca.


Theme: “Breaking Out”

The Fredericton Arts Alliance invites applications for our 21st Artist in Residence Summer Series. Accepted artists receive a $450 honorarium.

We seek emerging and experienced artists working in any media, including architecture, performance, sculpture, music, dance, electronic media, literary arts, visual art, fibre arts and fine craft. We encourage artists from diverse cultural backgrounds.

Because of COVID19, we expect these residencies will be largely virtual, with artists using their own studios and social media and working with the FAA’s social media platforms to showcase their work and process to a wider public. Again, as with last year, we ask each participating artist to organize a “pop-up” live local event as part of their residency. These could be in the form of a poetry reading in front of City Hall, an art display on the Green, a dance lesson at Carleton Park, a demonstration of techniques used during the residency, a musical performance in Odell Park, or something completely different, appropriate to the artist and the media involved.

The pop-up could be during the week of the residency, or in days following it, with weather and COVID restrictions being limiting factors. If a residency occurred during tight COVID controls or during a week of unremitting rain, the pop-up could be arranged later when the forces affecting the virus and the skies are more amenable. This summer our theme will be Breaking Out. It seems an appropriate theme after two years of varying degrees of lock-down – and also appropriate to the idea of moving beyond one’s current scope of practice into a new dimension. We invite artists to reflect on this theme as they work and challenge themselves to break out of their mold. As different artists in varied media focus their creative energies on this theme, we hope to engender discussion among the artists and members of the public, both here and afar.

The week-long residences, one at a time, will run from June 20 to September 10. In their written application, artists should say how they intend to approach the theme and what they plan by way of a “pop-up”. Application forms and guidelines are available on the Fredericton Arts Alliance website – www.frederictonartsalliance.ca.

More information is available by email to president@frederictonartsalliance.ca. The Fredericton Arts Alliance will mount an exhibition of work produced over the summer at the Charlotte Street Arts Centre in the fall. Participants will be asked to designate a piece for this exhibition.

Deadline: Applications must be received no later than 4 p.m. Friday, May 13, 2022.

CALL FOR ARTISTS: Craft NB’s Beneath the Surface Residency in Fundy National Park

Craft NB has launched a call for artists of all experience levels, who are interested in exploring installation-based work. The Beneath the Surface residency, is a partnership between Craft NB and Parks Canada. It takes place in Fundy National Park from Oct 3rd to Oct 7th, 2022. We award 20 Craft NB members the opportunity to explore new perspectives in craft-making while experiencing New Brunswick’s rich natural environment with the goal of enlivening their individual studio practices. Of these 20 applicants, two spots will be held – one for a diploma or ASP student at NBCCD, and one for an Indigenous artist.


See the full call for artists here: https://www.craftnb.ca/wp-content/uploads/2022/02/Call-for-Artists-2022-1.pdf


All applicants must complete the jurying process to participate in this project. See jurying information here:



Any questions about this project can be forwarded to Fatema at events@craftnb.ca

Call : 2SLGTBQIA+ Workshop

Almost body yay.jpgAre you a member of the 2SLGBTQIA+ community?

Do you love creating — crafting, costumery, sculpture, drag, props, and more?!

Do you enjoy taking photos and/or having your photo taken?



almost-body: in and out of touch is a creative workshop, with artist Amy Ash, for members of the 2SLGBTQIA+ community, at Galerie d’art Louise-et-Reuben-Cohen, Université de Moncton. The workshop will be held on Saturday, March 19, from 1  4 p.m.


We have been in and out of touch, both literally and metaphorically, a lot lately. Between government restrictions and anxieties surrounding the pandemic, there have been many barriers to togetherness and, especially, touch. Communities for whom the concept of « chosen family » is

crucial have been especially affected by the events of the past two years. So, let’s get together,

safely, and make something of all of this.


almost-body: in and out of touch is a curiosity-driven event where we will come together to make and document experimental artworks that engage the body in fun, safe, and unusual ways.

Encircling ideas of identity, collectivity, and care, this workshop will be organized less like a class and more like a collaborative art lab — a place where all your wildest, queerest, crafting dreams come true! — where everything becomes a material for making, a possibility, an experience. Let us create a safe space for play, absurdity, connection, contemplation, and the celebration of our community. No prior experience is required to participate.


·   Masks and proof of vaccination are mandatory for all participants.


·   In participating in this workshop, you are also agreeing to photograph and be photographed. Your collaboration will assist the artist in the creation of new work. This workshop will be documented, and images of hands at work may appear in future art projects by Amy Ash.     (Please see the registration consent form distributed when you sign up for more information.)


To register please email Alisa Arsenault, Curator of Community Engagement at alisa.arsenault@umoncton.ca

Call for proposals – 25-29 July – Austria


We are honoured to invite you to share your work at the Annual International Performing Arts Conference.

25-29 July 2022

Laubegg Castle, Austria

The conference creates international, multicultural and multidisciplinary platform for exchange and collaboration between academics, performing artists, arts managers, producers, musicians, designers and teachers. Our goal is to explore the bridge between the world theatre traditions and contemporary performing arts through the acquaintance with the diversity of world traditions and modern innovations.

Performing Arts Between Tradition & Contemporaneity:

  • Theatre
  • Dance
  • Music
  • Visual & Multimedia Art 
  • Arts administration
  • Performing Arts Training
  • Theatre Design & Technology

Your presentation may have different formats:

  • practical workshop / master classwork in progress / work demonstration
  • performance fragment not requiring special technical conditions
  • interactive talk / lecture/ discussion
  • photo / video demonstration
  • exhibition, installation
  • research presentation
  • other way of demonstration proposed by Speaker / Presenter can be considered

For any questions please contact iugte.projects@gmail.com

DiasporART: SELF-ACTUALIZATION at Gallery on Queen

On behalf of New Brunswick Black Artists Alliance  and Gallery on Queen, and myself, we are pleased to invite you to our upcoming exhibition ” DiasporART: SELF-ACTUALIZATION”

The exhibition opens virtually on Feb 18th at 6pm, The Public is invited to join virtually  The Exhibition is open for viewing in person until March 5th 2022

Gallery on Queen celebrates Black History Month during the month of February, although this focus should remain all year round.

Gallery on Queen is proud to have an inaugural Art Exhibition in celebration of the Black History Month 2022 hosted by the New Brunswick Black Artists Alliance (NBBAA).

Black Art has existed since there have been Black settlers living here on the unceded territory of the Wolastoqiyik and Mi’kmaq First Nations/New Brunswick. Art offers the potential to travel, migrate and transcend, along with the complex and multifaceted histories of the people on this land.
Artist Gary Weekes has expressed before that Black History Month should not be just for the month of February, but should be celebrated and given space all year round alongside; Asian history, White history, Indigenous history and others.
This exhibition celebrates the Black identity in New Brunswick. The New Brunswick Black Artists Alliance (NBBAA) is a non-profit organization that works tirelessly to give voice to those forgotten NB Black Artists and to nurture, promote and protect all future Black Artists.
Black Art Matters. 
Chandon, Sydona is a 23 year-old student in her final year pursuing a Bachelors of Arts degree at St Thomas University. Sydona is originally from Jamaica where her love for nature and photography Multiculturalism and has. Sydona  seeks to highlight the beauty of diversity being a black woman who wishes to break barriers within society. Her Emancipation series  “Black liberation”— demonste the crowning of black women as they break society’s beauty standards with their lustrous melanated skin like honey, and the rising up of black men as they work twice as hard to break the chains of bondage within the business scene.

Hart, Reon  began his photography career through learning to capture his son’s milestones and once-in-a- lifetime moments. As the years went by, he had an amazing time being the in-house photojournalist and found himself developing an unbridled passion and love for the art. After moving to Canada from the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago in 2011, he enrolled himself inThe Photography Institute and completed a Diploma in Professional Photography. His subjects and interests include people, macro, food, landscape, and nature.

Leek, Daniel was born in Fredericton, 7th generation New Brunswick descendant currently residing in Saint John, Daniel Leek has a style of implementing his sketch art into his paint pieces by borrowing inspiration from air-brush and tattoo artists, Meticulously at times creating stencils of subjects to capture a more eidetic image. I2020  his art  was on display at the  opening launch of  the Black Artist Allianceand in 2021 at the Saint John Theatre Company production “We Were Here’ written & directed by playwright and poet Clyde Wray. Influenced by Black American Illustrator ‘Kadir Nelson’ Daniel is hoping to aim on working  to tell the stories  of Black New Brunswick’s historical past.

Aleya Michaud is an emerging visual artist born in Toronto, Ontario but based in Moncton NB.  Her work is a form of emotional liberation and self-discovery, in which she channels her feelings and personal experiences on canvas with painting as a primary medium. As her work is constantly evolving, her practice incorporates moments of spontaneity by experimenting with various techniques and different mediums. 

Rhonda Simmons is a descendent of Black Loyalists who came to New Brunswick in 1783 following the American Revolution. She is well known for her thought-provoking assemblage art which often addresses issues of women, race, and power.

She is a mixed media artist, an altar maker, an assemblage artist, a tea maker, a storyteller, an expressive arts facilitator, an avid baker, and the keeper and tender of creative flames at Casa Sanctuary Art House. Rhonda has been facilitating art experiences with women in the community for over 20 years, she is excited and passionate about empowering women through art by igniting creativity.

Angel Mena Terry is a painter and photographer, originally from Havana, Cuba. He holds engineering and Master of Science degrees in Cartography from the NIIGAiK Institute of Novosibirsk in Siberia, Russia where he spent five years before returning to Cuba. He immigrated to Canada in 1995, bringing with him tropical colours which he introduced to otherwise peaceful Canadian scenes. He was awarded the 2006 Greater Fredericton Tourism Association Award for his artistic photography. Photography remains a part of his life, but painting has become his main passion.

Gary Weekes is a Fredericton NB based photographer . His work covers many different photographic disciplines; from inanimate objects to portraiture, maintaining an emphasis on quality with a sensitivity to the art. This sensitivity is born from living in the cosmopolitan cities of London and New York to his finally settling in New Brunswick, Canada. Gary’s evolution into Fine Art Photography originated with an eclectic body of work that explored the human condition through collaborative storytelling with his sitters. Collaborations are important for Gary, “shared experiences” are an important part of his mien. Finding this pulse creates a connection between the art and the viewer with Gary becoming a conduit for doing so. With a uniqueness of vision, Gary’s approach to his art is “Out of confusion comes clarity!” 

Clyde A Wray  Born in New York City moved to the Maritimes from Los Angeles. Author of four books of poetry, Clyde A. Wray is also a producer, director, playwright and a performer, having had his work performed in notable places such as New York, Los Angeles, Denmark, Halifax, Nova Scotia and Saint John, New Brunswick. A graduate of St Emma Military Academy, he served in the United States Army and attended Texas Southmost Community College, Marist College and American University and is a graduate of the Federal Law Enforcement Training Academy. But there have been milestones. As an author, I would think putting one’s work to live theatre would be a milestone. I’ve been fortunate to have my work on stage.

Ballet Kelowna at the Fredericton Playhouse

Ballet Kelowna, one of Canada’s leading contemporary ballet companies, will be at the Fredericton Playhouse to present MAMBO & Other Works on February 23 & 24, 2022.  

The MAMBO & Other Works program features a blend of contemporary and neo-classical works. Opening with the thrilling tango-inspired Cuatro Estaciones by Artistic Director Simone Orlando, followed by the mesmerizing Bolero, choreographed by Guillaume Coté; the program is rounded out by the show’s namesake, MAMBO, the high energy, colourful and contemporary work by Alysa Pires.

With two different nights to choose from, and such a range of works, dance-lovers won’t be disappointed by this program. Both nights, audience members are invited to stay after the show for a free post-show talk with Artistic Director, Simone Orlando.

Tickets for Ballet Kelowna: MAMBO & Other Works are available at the Playhouse Box Office in person, or by calling 506-458-8344. For more information, visit theplayhouse.ca

The Spotlight Series is generously supported by Fredericton Playhouse media partner CBC New Brunswick and season partners Downtown Fredericton and Crowne Plaza.

2022 Spring Arts Funding program now open

The Saint John Community Arts Board has opened its spring round of funding for projects and events in the arts and culture sector.

These grants are for registered non-profit organizations in the City of Saint John working with or collaborating with artists for events, festivals, and projects.

The deadline to apply is March 18th, 2022.

The Community Arts Board has created two rounds of grants for 2022, as recommended by members of the arts community. This is the first round, and the second round will open in the late fall.

The board is also developing an Artist in Residence program, and more information is to come regarding this program.

To apply for the spring funding please follow the link below.

https://saintjohn.ca/en/arts-and-culture/community-arts-funding-program (English)

https://saintjohn.ca/fr/arts-et-culture/programme-doctrois-aux-arts-communautaire (Francais)

If you have any questions regarding your project or application, please reach out to me and I’d be happy to help out!


Kate Wilcott (she/her/elle)
Arts and Culture Coordinator/ Coordonnatrice des arts et de la culture
Growth and Community Services / Services de la Croissance et Communautaire
City of Saint John / La Ville de Saint John
Office / Bureau: (506) 639-3830
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AX Emerging Artist One-Month Residency – Ceramics

The AX Emerging Artist One-Month Residency – Ceramics in Sussex, NB is a short-term paid residency designed to support Canadian artists who have finished their formal training or show equivalent experience and are now looking to take the next steps forward in their artistic careers. The emerging artist will have access to our fully equipped ceramics centre, including brand new ConeArt Computer kilns (2), a Shimpo pottery wheel, slab roller, work table and their own private studio space.


During the residency, the artist will have access to AX’s mentorship network and will be working closely with AX’s Ceramics Centre Coordinator, Matt Cripps, to ensure they have a successful residency. The purpose of this short-term residency is to promote emerging artists in the field of ceramics, with a specific focus on helping jump-start the careers of ceramics artists.

Emerging artists are expected to complete a proposed project during the residency time frame. Following the residency this project will be featured in a solo virtual exhibition hosted on the AX website.

Applications are due February 28. See our website for details.

ArtsLink NB is Hiring!


Who is 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.

ArtsLink is looking for a dynamic, experienced Communications Coordinator. Reporting to the Executive Director and working collaboratively with the ArtsLink NB team, the Communications Coordinator will have the vision and experience to engage the membership and media, and create and maintain a strong online presence. The Communications Coordinator will be responsible for creating and disseminating key messages, promoting programs to artists, as well as communicating with members, strategic partners, government departments, and the wider public.


Poets in the Window

(as part of Ecology in the Window: Window-Shopping as Soul Searching)

Interested participants from the Haiku workshop have the opportunity to share their work on the Sunbury street-facing windows, setting up an interaction with our communities as we encounter each new unknown, each new pivot.

Submit your poems to info@sunburyshores.org

Call for Artists: 2022 CreateSpace Residency

Are you, or an artist you know, interested in gaining experience, building networks and professional skills needed to launch or expand a public art practice?

STEPS believes public art has the ability to challenge the systemic inequities that exist in public space. In support of this important work, we facilitate programs that: foster inclusive public art practices; build the capacity of artists who are underrepresented in Canadian public art and demonstrate the power of art to reimagine equitably designed cities.

We are thrilled to launch the 2022 CreateSpace Public Art Residency, a national public art program designed in collaboration with advisors from coast to coast, to provide emerging Black, Indigenous (First Nations, Inuit and Métis) and racialized artists with the skills, relationships and practical experiences needed to build and advance public art practices.

Ten artists from across the country participated in the program’s inaugural year, acquiring valuable skills in the field of public art. Each artist created unique and inspiring public artworks that ranged from experimental to performative to sculptural. Visit the  2021 CreateSpace Public Art Residency webpage to learn more about these artists and their projects.

This residency is open to early to mid-career Canadian-based visual and media artists working in public space, who identify as Black, Indigenous (First Nations, Inuit and Métis) and/or racialized, interested in participating in a virtual residency from March through December 2022. Up to ten artists will be selected for this opportunity by a review panel composed of members of the arts community who identify as Black, Indigenous and/or racialized. Program components will be offered primarily in English, with translation and ASL services available as needed to support the participation of a diverse community of artists.

To apply, please click here to fill out the application form by Thursday, January 31st, 2022 at 11:59 PM PST. To access the application in French please visit here.

Postponement to Canada Council for the Arts 2022 virtual APM

Postponement to Canada Council for the Arts 2022 virtual APM

Please note that the next Annual Public Meeting (APM) of the Canada Council for the Arts is being postponed from January 25 to March 30, 2022. The Council decided to postpone this event in light of increasing public health concerns and with consideration for the well-being of all those involved in the planning and delivery of our virtual event.

New event details
Wednesday, March 30, 2022
4:00 to 5:30 p.m. (EDT).

The APM will be available in English, French, ASL, and LSQ with simultaneous closed captioning.

Brown Citizen Circle Zine-Opportunity for Young BIPOC/QTPOC Artists/Writers

The BCC is currently accepting submissions for the BCC Zine which is an annual virtual publication that highlights the artistic contributions of BIPOC/QTPOC youth between the ages of 15 and 29. It will consist of a variety of diverse art forms including, but not limited to, visual art (any medium), music (composition or performance), sculpture, photography, mini film series, or a written work (prose or poetry).

Applications for this zine will be open until January 31, 2022, at 11:59 pm EST and can be submitted through this link: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSd5D0zIZ3wkP2LEAQ3rIKDIbm_fQHlFM527BahzAwhb-k6DyQ/viewform.

NOW ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS: Toronto Outdoor Art Fair’s 61st Call for Artists

NOW ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS: Toronto Outdoor Art Fair’s 61st Call for Artists

Calling all visual artists working in all mediums and backgrounds! Join Canada’s longest-running contemporary outdoor art fair in July 2022.

This year, you can choose to participate:
● 3 Day In-person Fair at Nathan Phillips Square + 10 Day Online Fair, or
● 10 Day Toronto Online Art Fair

Why should you apply?
This is your chance to launch and sustain your art career with TOAF’s opportunity platform. With 130,000 annual visitors to Nathan Phillips Square, 60,000 website visitors, and 1.1 million annual page views, TOAF’s loyal community of art lovers continues to grow. Win one of TOAF’s prestigious awards. All participating artists are eligible to receive $40,000 in awards.

You don’t need to break the bank to participate in an art fair. TOAF is Canada’s most affordable art fair of this calibre with a year-long platform, amplified by programming and showcase opportunities. Read more about TOAF’s #CallForArtists, and apply early through TOAF.ca/call-for-artists

Early Bird Deadline: February 28, 2022
Final Application Deadline: March 8, 2022

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).

Sarah Brown
Program Officer
Prizes, Canada Council for the Arts

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