Centre for Craft Nova Scotia Call for Instructors 🧑🏽‍🏫

The Centre for Craft Nova Scotia 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. We’re inviting proposals for all crafting levels: from introductory courses to advanced techniques for experienced makers.


Centre for Craft NS


WINTER 2023 TERM runs from January 16th to March 25th, 2023. Teaching Proposals are due October 15th 2022.

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

Your proposal package should include the following information:

  1. COURSE DESCRIPTION AND NAME of the proposed course or workshop as you would like it to appear on the course brochure (MAX 150 words).
    – Please include preferred dates, times, and duration of the course.
    – Maximum number of students in the class.
    – An extensive list of required equipment, tools and ideal set up.
    – A breakdown of materials for each student including costs, processing fees, and HST.
  2. COURSE OUTLINE including brief descriptions of what is to be covered in each week’s class. Please schedule at least 20 minutes of each class for clean up.
  3. CURRENT C.V. as it relates to your art practice.
  4. BIO to appear on the Centre for Craft’s web page (MAX 150 words). Also include a link to your website if you have one.
  5. DIGITAL IMAGES for advertising your classes. Please make sure they are of good quality, in focus, represent you and the possible projects you will be teaching.
    -1-3 pictures of your most recent works and yourself to appear on the BIO page & web listing
    -1-3 pictures representative of the work made in your proposed class for course brochure & web listing & advertising.

Proposals can be sent electronically to studio.coordinator@craftnovascotia.ca (subject heading: “Winter 20223Teaching Proposal”) by October 17th, 2022.

If you have any questions or would like to visit the studios, please feel free to contact Pam Juarez at studio.coordinator@craftnovascotia.ca

Submissions received after the deadline will be held on to and considered for future terms.

Full details are here.

Kingsbrae International Residence for the Arts and Ampitheatre Artist in Residence Program 2023 🌱

The Kingsbrae International Residence for the Arts & Ampitheatre (KIRA) artist in residence program will now accept applications for the 2023 residency taking place from September 16th, 2023 until October 14th, 2023. Application cut-off is November 30th, 2022. To apply for the residency, please click Here and do not hesitate to contact us at kira@kingsbraegarden.com if you have any questions.


The KIRA building

Selection Process

  • Artists will be selected using a panel review process. The following criteria are considered: overall merit of work, readiness to engage with the community, potential to develop creative practice, influence by the location, and statistical data including career level, and geographic location.
  • References of finalists will be contacted.
  • A 30-minute (max.) Skype call between the finalists and program administrators will be conducted as part of the selection process.

Application requirements

  • Artist statement (1400 character limit).
  • Resume or CV (3-page maximum).
  • Responses to following open-ended questions (1400 character limit for each question):
    • Tell us about you and your work and why this residency would be important to you at this time in your career?
    • What do you expect to accomplish during your four-week residency?
    • Artists are expected to engage with the community through weekly open studios days. Describe how you would share your weekly progress and final artist experience with the visiting public?
  • Contact info for three professional references (name, email, phone number and relationship).
  • Portfolio of work (up to 5 forms of documentation).  

*Note for writers* Portfolio of work for writers (4 examples – 500-word limit per excerpt).

– $10 (CAD) + fees Application fee.

NBCCD Visiting Scholar Program 🎓

The New Brunswick College of Craft and Design is pleased to announce a new initiative designed to give its students the opportunity to learn from and collaborate with a creative role model.

Launching in January 2023, the Visiting Scholar program will provide a creative, dynamic environment for a visiting artist to build and accelerate their practice. They will participate in the NBCCD community by teaching a class or taking on a creative or educational assignment, and interacting with students during the academic year.

An NBCCD instructor gives a drawing demonstration.

“The Visiting Scholar program has the potential to energize and enrich our College community, as well as the wider cultural life of New Brunswick,” said Academic Dean Jared Peters.

NBCCD encourages applications from creative workers and educators whose achievements have been recognized as demonstrating extraordinary promise in any area of craft and design practice and teaching.


NBCCD Visiting Scholars spend one academic semester (January-April 2023) at NBCCD and formal teaching is expected. Visiting Scholars can expect to teach one course subject to approval by the Academic Dean, but may be asked to take on a creative or educational assignment in lieu of a class. The teaching load is light, but the expectation is that Visiting Scholars will be full and active members of the NBCCD community, committed to frequent and engaged interactions with students during the academic year.


Each Visiting Scholar will receive $15,000 for their contribution and time to the college. This program is not intended to fund work leading to an advanced degree.

To apply

Interested applicants must submit a curriculum vitae, two references, and a minimum of 10 portfolio images of your work and/or video links (e.g., performances, films, etc.) to jared.peters@gnb.ca. Applicants should be craft-makers, designers, filmmakers, and/or visual artists who would find it beneficial to spend one semester teaching and working in a vibrant college community.

Please also submit a 500-750 word proposal that includes how you would hope to use the one-term fellowship to develop your work; how you would contribute to NBCCD’s community through teaching and/or production; and how you have encouraged environmental responsibility and/or diversity and inclusion in your artistic practice, teaching, and/or research.

The deadline to apply is Oct. 24, 2022.

Details are here.

AX Arts Centre Call for Exhibition Proposals 📣

AX is seeking proposals for the 2024/25 exhibition season. Please submit your exhibition proposal for consideration by November 6, 2022. Professional and emerging artists/artist teams working in all mediums are invited and encouraged to submit proposals for solo, group, or curated exhibitions.

Ax Arts and Culture Centre of Sussex

AX is committed to developing, supporting and promoting exhibition opportunities and experiences for New Brunswick artists from established and underrepresented communities. In choosing exhibitions, AX seeks a balance of established and emerging artists, exhibiting works from our region and beyond. AX is also dedicated to exhibiting children’s art and student work created in local-area schools and through our own programming.

AX offers an average of six exhibitions a year and strives to pay artists fair compensation for the right to exhibit their work. We include artist fees based on national CARFAC standards in all grant applications so these fees can be paid to artists whenever possible. AX’s exhibitions are selected by a rotating panel of respected artists and art educators knowledgeable in the discipline involved. The selected juries base their decisions on the artist’s statement and images submitted as part of exhibition proposals.

While you may suggest a curator as part of your proposal, AX is under no obligation to pay this curator or work with them directly. In your proposal, please clarify if you are willing to work with a curator of AX’s choosing. If you are proposing a curator, please include their credentials along with your proposal.

Deadline for proposals: November 6, 2022

All artists interested in submitting an exhibition proposal should also refer to our sample artist agreement before submitting as it clarifies requirements associated with exhibiting at AX.

In your proposal, please include:

  • Contact information (name, address, phone, email, website)
  • Are you applying for a solo artist show, a group show, or a show you will curate?
  • Title of your proposed exhibition
  • Approximate number of pieces and dimensions
  • Project description (max. 500 words), including:
    • artist statement
    • concept for proposed exhibit
    • what you are trying to achieve
    • Note: If you would prefer to present your project description by video, you may upload a 2 to 3 minute (maximum) video clip to YouTube and share the link with us. 
  • Arts resume/CV (no more than 3 pages)
  • Artist biography, including training and exhibition history (no more than 500 words)
  • 10 digital (JPG) images of work with an accompanying numbered image list specifying title, media, dimensions, and year of work. Can send images on a USB stick, through Dropbox.com or WeTransfer, or by email – website links to supplementary visual materials are also welcome. Images submitted by email must be no larger than 1024 pixels at the longest dimension, and no more than 150dpi.

Applications may be submitted electronically to: info@axartscentre.ca (please include AX Exhibition Proposal in the subject line of the email).

Or mailed/dropped off in person to:

AX, the Arts and Culture Centre of Sussex
12 Maple Ave. Sussex, NB E4E 2N5

Preparing a proposal? Have a look at our gallery dimensions and photos for context. If you have any questions about the proposal process, contact: info@axartscentre.ca.

Sunbury Shores Seeks Board Members 🧩

Sunbury Shores Board of Directors Invites Expressions of Interest for New Directors

“Fostering art and nature relationships in an inclusive environment.”

Please send a letter expressing your interest and detailing why you would be a good candidate for our Board, to Angela McLean, Executive Director, by Sept.25, executive-director@sunburyshores.org, 139 Water St., Saint Andrews, NB E5B 1A7

Sunbury Shores Arts and Nature Centre

Sunbury Shores Arts and Nature Centre Inc. is accepting expressions of interest for membership on our Board of Directors. Our volunteer Board steers the Centre, ensuring adequate resources to advance the SSANC mission through sound governance and financial management policies. More than ever, our organization and constituents realize the importance of art and nature for our collective well-being. We are seeking like-minded individuals to help lead our organization through these uncharted waters.

Are you interested in:

  • Being a member of a collegial body committed to the advancement of “arts in nature, and nature in art”?
  • Providing technical and professional input, advice and guidance to the Board, such as financial, legal, donor relations, forward-thinking strategy development, governance, asset management?
  • Raising the profile of SSANC and building relationships with stakeholders, including major donors?

Do you have:

  • A passion for our mission and an understanding of our community and/or the NB arts community?
  • Previous Board governance experience?
  • Successful core fund-raising experience?
  • Financial and/or risk management experience or expertise?
  • An open mind and ability to work responsibly and cooperatively on a team with many differing viewpoints?
  • Availability to meet at regular intervals throughout the year?
  • Willingness to participate in Committee activities and attend sub-Committee meetings?
  • If this sounds like you, we’d love to hear from you.

Please send a letter expressing your interest and detailing why you would be a good candidate for our Board, to Angela McLean, Executive Director, by Sept.25, director@sunburyshores.org, 139 Water St., Saint Andrews, NB E5B 1A7

More about SSANC

Sunbury Shores Arts and Nature Centre Inc. is a not-for-profit registered charity, founded in 1964 to create real opportunities for people to appreciate the connection between art and nature. Our 130-year-old building, located in the heart of St. Andrews, is recently renovated and offers world-class facilities of over 6,000 square feet: two galleries for exhibitions, studios for painting, drawing, printmaking, jewellery & metalsmith, pottery/ceramics and other art and nature programs.
The centre is open year-round and offers programs to support the local community, the region’s schools, visitors, and established and emerging artists from across Canada and the Eastern US seaboard. Outreach programs throughout the County also engage children who might otherwise not have an opportunity, to engage in art-related activities. The worldwide challenges of recent years have brought to light the opportunity for us to think about our services in a new way and, as a result, our programming has expanded in order to provide specific support to other vulnerable persons in our community, artists and art enthusiasts – using new technologies and methodologies.

Lassonde Artist-in-Residence 2024

Department: Pierre Lassonde School of Fine Arts

Opportunity type: Non-academic

Position title: Lassonde Artist-in-Residence 2024

Posted date: July 12, 2022

Closing date: October 31, 2022

Anticipated start date: January 1, 2024

Mount Allison University

The Pierre Lassonde School of Fine Arts at Mount Allison University invites applications to its 2024 Artist-in-Residence program. This annual non-recurring residency will support research, development, and creation of a project proposed by a successful professional artist.  Artists who are engaged in visual arts, digital arts, performance, social and community-based artistic practices are invited to apply. To increase the degree of diversity within the Mount Allison community, , we particularly encourage applications from artists who self-identify as Indigenous to Turtle Island and/or as racialized peoples, persons with disabilities,  persons of all sexual and gender identities, and all equity-deserving individuals.

The selected artist will develop a project in the Purdy Crawford Centre for the Arts on the Mount Allison University campus over the residency period. Working in the context of an undergraduate Fine Arts program, the Artist-in-Residence will engage with students, faculty, and the greater university community as they develop their research.

The Pierre Lassonde Artist-in-Residence will be appointed in the School of Fine Arts for a six-month period, from January to June, and will be supported with suitable office space, shared workspace, and administrative support.  The Artist-in-Residence will coordinate with the Head of the School of Fine Arts to engage students and faculty in their residency project.

This Residency offers:

  • $32,000 salary (over the six-month period)
  • Student Internship account ($2,000) to employ student assistants
  • Research, Travel and Entertainment account ($1,100) for expenses
  • Use of shared studio facilities (wood and metal sculpture studios, print studio, and digital lab all in the Purdy Crawford Centre for the Arts, and access to other campus facilities)

The Artist-in-Residence will:

  • Work primarily on campus to develop their proposed project
  • Employ Student Intern(s) to assist in the development of their project
  • Present public talks, exhibitions, or equivalent events, and participate in departmental talks or activities during the winter academic semester
  • Be available to meet with students (individually or coordinated with classes)

Mount Allison is a highly respected small undergraduate institution. With 14 full and part-time faculty and technical staff, and approximately 130 students, the Pierre Lassonde School of Fine Arts offers a BFA and BA with majors and minors in studio art (courses in drawing, painting, photography, printmaking, open media, and sculpture), with BA majors and minors in Art History, and a minor in Museum and Curatorial Studies.

The Pierre Lassonde School is located in the Purdy Crawford Centre for the Arts, a purpose-built facility on the Mount Allison campus.  The Owens Art Gallery is an important support to the School on campus, with a program of contemporary and historical exhibitions and visiting artists’ presentations.

Artist-in-Residence applications should include:

  • A project proposal for the residency
  • A curriculum vitae
  • Documentation of relevant recent work (maximum of 20 images, or 5 links to audio and video works that are no longer than 3 minutes each)
  • Names and contact information of two referenceS
  • All submitted as a single PDF

Consideration of applications will begin on October 31, 2022 and continue until the position has been filled.

Applications should be sent to:
Chair, Artist-in-Residence Search Committee
Pierre Lassonde School of Fine Arts
The Purdy Crawford Centre for the Arts
Mount Allison University
152 Main Street
Sackville, NB E4L 1B3
Email:  artistinresidence@mta.ca

If you have any questions about this residency, or need more information, please contact artistinresidence@mta.ca

Full details here.

Digital Assistant: J.E.A. Crake ArtsWork Internship at the Owens Art Gallery 📺

Call for applications

Digital engagement is an essential part of museum activities in the 21st century. Acquiring experience and competency in this area is therefore indispensable for those interested in pursuing a career in art galleries and museums. To support experiential learning in this area, the Owens Art Gallery is currently seeking a part-time Digital Assistant for the 2022-2023 fall and winter semesters. The Intern will work closely with the Curator of Digital Engagement and other full-time staff in the delivery of the Owens’ online outreach initiatives. They will contribute to web content, including the video archive, social media, data management, and other special projects.

Digital Arts Assistant

Job Duties:

  • Assisting with documentation and/or live streaming of artist talks and special events.
  • Producing and editing closed captions for the Owens’ online video archive, OwensTV, and other digital projects to improve accessibility.
  • Selecting and editing short extracts from existing footage for creative reuse online.
  • Supporting ongoing data management practices at the Owens.

This position requires creativity and attention to detail. Ideally, the applicant will be a full-time student in Fine Arts, Art History, Museum and Curatorial Studies, Visual and Material Culture Studies, or Canadian Studies with an awareness of the visual arts in Canada and contemporary practice more broadly. Students must have minimum cumulative GPA of 3.

Basic computer skills are required; a working knowledge of Photoshop and Apple Final Cut Pro is an asset. Training and guidance in these applications will be central to this internship.

The J.E.A. Crake ArtsWork Internship is generously funded by the J.E.A. Crake Foundation. It is intended to provide Mount Allison students with opportunities for experiential learning and to enable them to explore career options in the Arts.

The successful applicant must be available to begin late September and continue to 30 April 2023. This is a paid position ($18/ hour), 5-7 hours per week.

To apply please submit a cover letter and resume to owens@mta.ca by September 26.

Celebrate in Song 2022 🎶

Celebrate in Song 2022: Music to lift the heart and sing the world awake
Friday, October 28 to Sunday, October 30, 2022

Dr. Joel Tranquilla, Conductor
Thomas Gonder, Accompanist
With singers from the Canadian Chamber Choir: Chloé Thiessen, Soprano;
Deborah Buck, Alto; Darrell Christie, Tenor; Christopher Lane, Bass
And with other special musical guests
Grace Memorial Baptist Church
536 Northumberland Street
Fredericton, NB E3B 3K8

Celebrate in Song 2022. Joel Tranquilla, conductor. Come and sing with members of the Canadian Chamber Choir and musical guests from around the region to celebrate the power of music to awaken and inspire. October 28-30, 2022. Grace Memorial Baptist Church, Fredericton. Please register before Sunday, September 18, 2022. nbcfsite.wordpress.com email nbchoralfed@gmail.com

Please register before Sunday, September 18, 2022

Celebrate in Song 2022 is an opportunity for choral singers to learn and perform challenging and beautiful music in collaboration with Dr. Joel Tranquilla, members of the Canadian Chamber Choir, and musical guests from around the region. It is:

– A celebration of the ongoing resilience of choral music in New Brunswick
– An opportunity for singers to grow and learn, and to connect with and
expand their musical family
– A rare opportunity for New Brunswick student and adult singers to
work with and learn from some of Canada’s best choral professionals

No matter how long you have been away from singing, Celebrate in Song
is a wonderful way to re-discover that joy.

Web site: https://nbcfsite.wordpress.com/celebrate-in-song-2022-music-to-lift-the-heart-and-sing-the-world-awake/

UNB Theatre Audition Call 🎭

Audition notice for Theatre UNB’s production of Armstrong’s War by Colleen Murphy As a rocky friendship develops, Armstrong’s War explores the nature of courage and truth framed by Halley and Michael’s weekly conversations.

Audition Call. Open auditions Friday September 16th. Armstrong's War by Colleen Murphy. In person auditions will be held at Memorial Hall from 3-6pm. Please contact jordyn.atkinson@unb.ca to book a slot or for more information. Alternate scheduling can also be arranged. Seeking actors for a female and male role. All are welcome. Performance dates: Nov 17th - 19th.

Audition Call. Open auditions Friday September 16th. Armstrong’s War by Colleen Murphy. In person auditions will be held at Memorial Hall from 3-6pm.

Please contact jordyn.atkinson@unb.ca to book a slot or for more information.

Alternate scheduling can also be arranged. Seeking actors for a female and male role. All are welcome.

Performance dates: Nov 17th – 19th.

ECMA 2023 Awards and Showcasing Submissions Open 🎼

Submissions for Awards and Showcasing at the 2023 East Coast Music Awards: Festival & Conference in Halifax, Nova Scotia, May 3 – 7, 2023.

East Coast Music Awards Halifax, NS, May 3-7, 2023

Submissions will open September 01, 2022 at 12 PM ADT and closes September 30, 2022 at 11:59 PM.

All 2023 Manuals for submissions are available in the “ECMA Manuals” tab.

Details here.

Passport Music Export Summit 🛂

PASSPORT: Music Export Summit provides custom training, networking opportunities, and ongoing mentorship for self-managed artists, artist managers, and music companies who are actively doing business internationally or are export ready. It’s a collaborative professional development program, serving all genres of music, developed and delivered by Manitoba Music, Music Nova Scotia, and Canada’s Music Incubator, supported by FACTOR and the Government of Canada.

Passport Export Music Summit logo

Deadline September 23, 2022

Full details are here.

Call for Submissions: Covid-19 Photos and Videos 📣

The Tutta Musica orchestra of New Brunswick – in cooperation with New Brunswick Youth Orchestra, Sistema NB, and local children’s choirs – are working together to portray “everyday New Brunswick heroes during Covid-19”. Throughout the winter, they will be presenting a commissioned piece of music called Ovation in five communities around the province. Hemmings House Pictures is creating visuals for these live performances, and they need your help!

Call for submissions! We are looking for photos and videos from the early days of Covid-19 that depict the resilience of the people of New Brunswick. From first responders, to families connecting in unconventional ways, to restaurant curbside service: we want them all! Read the caption for more details, and email tim@hemmingshouse.com with any submissions. Tutta Musica Orchestra logo and Hemmings House logo.

Hemmings House is looking for submissions of photos and/or videos that depict New Brunswick’s Courage, Resilience and Community during the early days of the pandemic. We want to represent all of the communities in New Brunswick including French, English and First Nations language groups. The content could be photos/videos of:

  • First responders and medical care providers – firefighters, police, ambulance
  • Teachers preparing online lessons during class closures, virtual graduation
  • Parents helping kids through the isolation and missed eventsNeighbours caring for neighbours
  • Families visiting loved ones at a distance

Please reach out to tim@hemmingshouse.com with any questions or submissions.

Music Composer Award: Jane LeBlanc Legacy Fund 🎼

The award assists New Brunswick composers who want to develop and strengthen their craft. Open to music composers who are emerging and seasoned.

Apply by September 15, 2022
$800 Cash Award

Jane Leblanc Legacy Fund Logo

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 composer organization).
  • Educational Material (costs related to the purchase of any educational material).

Submission Guidelines

Please include the following:

  • Artist Bio
  • Samples of your work (4 compositions max).
  • Letter explaining what you will use the award for including costs.
  • Letter from mentor confirming their involvement if applying for mentorship.

All submissions can be emailed to catmaryleblanc@gmail.com

Call for Expressions of Interest: Join the ArtsLink NB Board 📣

Are you passionate about arts and culture and the vibrancy of our province? Join our board! ArtsLink NB is looking for professional artists and arts enthusiasts to help steer our organization.

ArtLink NB: The arts are vital for all New Brunswickers. Join our board! Respond by Sept 20th

Founded in 2009, ArtsLink NB is a member-based arts service organization with a mandate to foster the sector’s contributions to a dynamic and prosperous province. We believe the arts are vital to all New Brunswickers.

Please respond by Sep. 20th by emailing julie@artslinknb.com or for more information!

Grant Writing for Creatives with Shoshanna Wingate ✍️

Join award-winning writer Shoshanna Wingate for this three-hour intensive on grant writing for creatives. I have been awarded multiple grants from the Canada Council for the Arts, Access Copyright Foundation, ArtsNB, and the Newfoundland and Labrador Arts Council and I’ve also sat on arts juries. As an arts advocate, I want to show you how to write winning grant applications to support your arts practice.

Image of Shoshanna Wingate. Text reads, Grant writing for creatives with poet laureate and memoirist Shoshanna Wingate. Zoom workshop $50 CAD, September 18 2022, 1-4pm ADT wingateshoshanna at gmail.com

You will learn what peer evaluation juries look for in grant applications and how to avoid common mistakes. We’ll break down the application process into easy steps and you will learn how to write concisely about your practice and projects. We’ll go over budgets, supplemental materials, and CVs. There will be time allotted for questions and answers.

This workshop is open to writers and artists at all stages of their careers.

Register here.

Arts Across Canada Circulation and Touring Grants 🚂

The Circulation and Touring component of Arts Across Canada funds touring and exhibition activities of Canadian artists, artistic groups and arts organizations. Grants support the presentation and exhibition of performances and works by Canadian artists which build national exposure and reach Canadian audiences.

The cutoff date for applications is September 8th, 2022.

Canada Council for the Arts

You may be eligible for Application Assistance to pay someone to help you with the application process if you are experiencing difficulty and self-identify as:

  • an artist who is Deaf, hard of hearing, has a disability or is living with a mental illness
  • a First Nations, Inuit or Métis artist facing language, geographic and/or cultural barriers.

Honeybee Folk School Call for Instructors 🐝

Join our team and be part of the Honeybee Folk School sharing traditional knowledge, inspiring fine craft, and designing a regenerative future.

Image of a classroom. Text reads: Honeybee Folk School Call for Instructors

Applications for our winter gathering programming are due September 18 and then will be reviewed on a rolling basis. Please complete the form at the bottom of this page to apply to be considered.

We are looking for workshops in the following areas:
– Basketry
– Beekeeping
– Ceramics
– In the Kitchen
– Jewellery/Metal Arts
– Northern Ecology
– Permaculture/Gardening
– Painting/Drawing
– Photography
– Digital and Graphic Design
– Sewing
– Sustainable Living
– Textiles
– Traditional Skills
– Wabanaki Arts
– Wild Crafting
– Woodworking
– And more!

Go here to apply.

NBCDD Seeks Learning Strategist ✏️

Department of Post-Secondary Education, Training and Labour
Education Program Officer 2
One-year opportunity

New Brunswick College of Craft and Design logo

The Department of Post-Secondary Education, Training and Labour is seeking an individual to join the New Brunswick College of Craft and Design (NBCCD) as a Learning Strategist  working in Fredericton.

As a member of the Student Services team, the Learning Strategist is responsible for the development and delivery of academic accommodations and learning supports to students with disabilities. The Learning Strategist plans and facilitates the implementation of appropriate accommodations, auxiliary aids, and support services for students with disabilities and ensures compliance with laws as they apply to disability and post-secondary educational environments.

Additionally, the successful candidate will integrate assistive technology with learning strategies to support student’s cognitive and physical profiles, build trust and rapport with marginalized and vulnerable student populations including, but not limited to: 2SLGBTQIA+, BIPOC, and students with disabilities, and responsible for creating a psychologically safe environment at the college.

ESSENTIAL QUALIFICATIONS: A master’s degree in a related discipline with a minimum of one (1) year of experience working directly with individuals with a variety of disabilities in an individual support services role or a bachelor’s degree in a field related to the position assignment and a minimum of three (3) years of experience working directly with individuals with a variety of disabilities in an individual support services role. An equivalent combination of training and experience may be considered.

Written and spoken competence in English is required. Please state your language capability.

Applicants must clearly demonstrate the essential qualifications to be given further consideration. Please ensure that preferred language for assessment is identified on your resume.

ASSET QUALIFICATIONS: Preference may be given to candidates with experience working in a post-secondary environment. Subject to the response to this call for expression of interest, candidates may be required to demonstrate on their application the asset qualifications in addition to the essential qualifications in order to be given further consideration.

BEHAVIOURAL COMPETENCIES: The successful candidate will possess the following behavioural competencies:

  • Commitment to Learning
  • Developing Others
  • Effective Interactive Communication
  • Relationship/Network Building

TECHNICAL COMPETENCIES: The successful candidate will possess the following technical competencies:

  • Knowledge of Group Facilitation Techniques
  • Training/Instructional Techniques
  • Presentation Skills
  • Written Communication

Résumés should be in chronological order specifying education and employment in months and years including part-time and full-time employment.

Salary: $2,182 to $2,633 bi-weekly.

We encourage applicants to apply on-line at eRecruitment by September 4, 2022, indicating competition number: 22-CALL-013.

Department of Post-Secondary Education,
Training and Labour
Human Resource Services
500 Beaverbrook Court, Suite 100,
PO Box 6000
Fredericton, NB E3B 5H1
Telephone: 506-453-8231

We thank all those who apply however only those selected for further consideration will be contacted.

We promote a scent-reduced environment.

We are an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Check out what it is like to work at the Government of New Brunswick, where we are working together as One Team One GNB to improve the lives of New Brunswickers every day!

Apply here.

Games of La Fracophnoie: Call for Artists for Cultural Competition 🏋🏼‍♀️🏃‍♀️🏊‍♀️

CALL FOR ARTISTS – Applications accepted for the 2023 Games of La Francophonie


Team Canada-New Brunswick are accepting applications for the IX Games of La Francophonie that will take place in Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of the Congo, July 28-August 6, 2023.

Image of an athlete wearing a medal in front of an NB flag, someone playing a guitar on stage, a woman with a metalic sculpture, and team NB carrying their flag into a stadium. Text reads games of la Francophonie Call to Artists. Are you a New Brunswick artists (18-25 years old) interested in competing at the IX Games of La Francophonie in Kinshasa 2023? Be part of Team Canada-New Brunswick! Deadline September 30, 2022. www.gnb.ca/jeux Arts and Culture NB

 The Games of La Francophonie, the only major international games to present both cultural and sporting competitions, offer a unique opportunity to spotlight the wide reach and originality of the French culture, at the same time as the athletic capacities of French-speaking countries around the world.

 Artists age 18 to 35 years old may take part in the cultural competition of the Games in one of six disciplines:

  • Painting
  • Sculpture-installation
  • Photography
  • Song
  • Storytelling
  • Literature (short story)

 If selected, artists will receive an amount of $3,000 up to a maximum of $10,000 toward preparation costs. Deadline for submissions is September 30, 2022.

Image of NB athletes and artists. Text reads: Games of la Francophonie. Be part of Team Candada-New Brunswick Call to artists. IX Games of la Francophonie. Kinshasa // Democratic Republic of Congo. July 28 - August 6, 2023. Deadline September 30, 2022. www.gnb.ca/jeux

Games of la Francophnie. Be pat of Team Canada-New Brunswick

 For more information and to apply, visit www.gnb.ca/jeux

Applications must be emailed to culture@gnb.ca

For any questions, please contact:
506-453-2555 or culture@gnb.ca


NOTE : Due to the changing situation of the COVID-19 pandemic and recovery globally, please be advised that should restrictions and/or circumstances impact the Games and/or Team Canada-New Brunswick’s participation in the Games, we will advise all participants of those changes at the earliest possible time.

Your health and safety is our top priority. We are taking every effort to ensure the safety of our delegates. This includes mandatory vaccinations required for international travel.

suddenlyLISTEN Artist in Residence 🎧

Open Call for Artist-in-Residence (Fall 2022)

suddenlyLISTEN Music is seeking proposals for our Artist-In-Residence Program for the Fall of 2022. We are seeking Canadian artists wanting to research and create new work in residence in Halifax. Artists from any discipline working with sound and improvisation are welcome to apply.

Open Call artist in residence, fall 2022. suddenlyLISTEN Music is seeking proposals for our Artist-in-Residence program for the fall of 2022. We are seeking Canadian artists wanting to research and create new work in residence in Halifax. Artists from any discipline working with sound and improvisation are welcome to apply.

suddenlyLISTEN is committed to engaging with a diverse artist community and are encouraging peoples from marginalized and intersecting identities, including but not limited to IBPoC, Queer, and/or Disabled artists, to apply.

For this 5 to 7 day residency, suddenlyLISTEN will provide: Artist Fee ($1000), studio/rehearsal space, accommodations, a small travel stipend ($500), equipment and an option for a recording or public showing at the end of the residency. suddenlyLISTEN will accept proposals from all established and emerging artists who maintain forward-looking art practices driven by sound and improvisation. Our goals for this residency are to provide artistic freedom for discovery, with a result driven by the nature of the project, and the needs of the resident. This residency will take place in a mutually agreed upon time period between October to December.

Deadline for Application is: September 1st, 2022 (Notification of results: September 15th 2022) Only applications submitted in full and on time will be considered. Any additional funding is the responsibility of the artist, but any documentation or letters needed for funding assistance can be provided by suddenlyLISTEN. This is intended to be an artist driven project! There is more information here.

Please fill out the Application Form here to apply.

Have questions? Please contact: connect@suddenlylisten.com