What is community if not an intelligent system?
Toward a geophilosophy of grounding abstraction in new topologies and tempos: What forms of offline communication and clustered modes of computation prefigure sustainability in an imagined flight from the City? What ecology of practices for generatively unmapping terrains with the human-that-is-posthuman—an ethico-aesthetic being-for-the-world rather than a being-in-the-world?
Application deadline is December 15.

More information can be found here:

Please see our web site for more information about MLS, The City in Reverse, or our other events taking place across Canada in 2017-18. Please also share with friends, colleagues or students interested in Art, Philosophy, Kinetics, Community, Ecology & Micropolitics. Our events are open to participants from all educational backgrounds.
Murmur Land Studios is an experimental field school initiative offering event-based pedagogy in art, philosophy, movement, ecology and community for the post-anthropocene era. Our attempt is to curate spaces of creative inquiry which attract diverse makers, thinkers and doers together around thematic concerns relevant to the challenging times which lay before us.
Our residencies are held as camping-based opportunities to (mostly) gain a reprieve from the grid and reconnect with the land, oriented around morning sessions of critical dialogue in the style of seminars or roundtable discussions, followed by open studio sessions in the afternoon for event participants to pursue individual creative projects connected to the event theme. In July 2017 our theme will be The City in Reverse.

Halifax Explosion 100th Anniversary – an animated film commissioning project

AFCOOP is pleased to announce a call for expressions of interest from filmmakers for a commissioning project commemorating the 100th Anniversary of the Halifax Explosion. AFCOOP is applying to HRM for funding to commission 3 original, animated short films that commemorate, educate, explore or reflect the diversity of communities that were impacted by this tragic historical event. From the HRM grant description:

“The Halifax Explosion 100th Anniversary Commemoration will honor the memory of those who died and suffered as a result of the explosion, will educate current and future generations about the significance of the event, and will celebrate the resilience of Halifax in rising from destruction to restore the full potential of the city and its people”.  

AFCOOP will provide: up to $2,000 cash (contingent on funding) and $2,000 in-kind facilities and equipment rentals (valued at commercial rates) towards each of the projects.

Interested filmmakers please submit the following:

  • Artist Statement / Letter of Intent – describe your practice as an animator (stop-motion, digital, drawn etc.) and include a brief description of what you would like to explore in your film (1-2 page max)
  • Filmography (include screenings, awards, format and duration)
  • Sample of your work (vimeo or dropbox link to one piece that best represents your practice)

Eligibility: This program is open to emerging and established artists. Since there is no formal training component, applicants must be able to compete their project with their current skills or to seek assistance or instruction outside of the program.

Evaluation: A peer-jury of filmmakers will select 3 applicants to put forward with AFCOOP’s application to HRM. Applications will be assessed based on the originality of the idea for the film, the applicants’ ability to complete the project and the quality of the support material.

Deadline: Nov. 21st 2016 11:59pm.

Submit: send PDFs to director@afcoop.ca with the subject line “Halifax Explosion”

Please note that this is a call for expressions of interest. We do not have confirmed funding for the project yet. We acknowledge that this call has a quick turn-around time. The opportunity to apply to this grant came to AFCOOP’s attention unexpectedly and we apologize for the short notice.   

Additional information: Please contact Martha at director@afcoop.ca or via phone (902) 405 4474 ext. 3

Information about the Halifax Explosion: https://maritimemuseum.novascotia.ca/what-see-do/halifax-explosion

ABOUT AFCOOP: Established in 1974 the Atlantic Filmmakers Cooperative (AFCOOP) is a non-profit, member-run centre for the production and presentation of creative films in a collaborative, learning environment.

AFCOOP operates with generous support from the Canada Council for the Arts, the Province of Nova Scotia, and the Halifax Regional Municipality.


Call for Artrepreneur-in-Residence at Planet Hatch

Planet Hatch and Ignite Fredericton have partnered to deliver an Artrepreneur-in-Residence Program, a project designed to help aspiring artrepreneurs turn their passion into a viable biz.Local

Local artrepreneurs will be given the necessary tools to build their business and professional network through free resources such as business counseling, office space, access to networking events, ability to display and promote their product or service, and so much more!

The collaboration extends further to the Fredericton Makerspace and The Ville, granting free access to the Fredericton Makerspace workshop, equipment, and newly created Hot Desk room. We believe the arts and culture sector is an integral part of what makes an economy and ecosystem thrive. We’re here to help our artrepreneurs soar!

Commitment? One to three months, spending at least 5-10hrs min a week at the hatch. Sharing your expert advice as a mentor in our monthly Office Hours. Participating in at least one of our free networking events per month. Writing a blog piece introducing your biz and what you hope to learn as EIR. Participating in an exit interview and recommending another local artist. Who are we looking for? If you’re a creative, self-directed artist who wants to build connections and relationships within the entrepreneurial community, and eager to start or grow your business, you’re a perfect fit!

Application guidelines? Fill out the application form, which can be found on Planet Hatch’s BLOG page. It’s as easy as that!

Still unsure? Give us a test run. Come to the hatch, check out the space and meet with our team of experts. Every Wednesday we open our office and event space to the community, so host a meeting, work on your business OR just hang out on our big bluesofas.

Chat with our staff Tahlia Ferlatte, Marketing & Communications Coordinator tahlia.ferlatte@ignitefredericton.com (M) 506.898.2768 Ignite Fredericton 40 Crowther Lane, Suite 100 – ec3-0j1

Sheila Hugh Mackay Foundation 2017 Annual Facilitation Grant Program: The Sheilas

The Board of Directors invites succinct concept letters from arts organizations or collectives for projects aimed at the delivery of programs dedicated to the creation, presentation and promotion of the visual arts. These infrastructure grants are intended to deepen the capacity of organizations to fulfill their mandates.

  • Concept letters (maximum 2 pages) must be postmarked byJanuary 26th, 2017.
  • Invitations for full proposals will be issued to selected contenders on or beforeFebruary 15th.
  • 2017 Project Grants will be announced April 1st.

Consult the website for all details


Kathryn McCarroll
Executive Director
Sheila Hugh Mackay Foundation
Box 416, Saint John, New Brunswick
E2L  4L9
506 693 5647

Calling out to all New Brunswick Indigenous Dancers

Do you love to dance and hope to make it your career? Have you ever attended a dance performance and wished that it was you moving to the beat and rhythm? If you want to become a part of the fascinating world of dance, come join us this November 12th & 13th at Charlotte Street Arts Centre for our fun and interactive “Wonaku” Indigenous Dance Workshop organized and offered by artsnb!


Registration is open until November 10th, 2016 via Eventbrite:



2017 Call for submission

Deadline for projects submissions: November 14 2016

For a ninth year, the TV5 Fund issues an invitation to developing Young Canadian creators working professionally with video and digital medias. Its mandate: to support the production and distribution of original web series in French or without dialogues.

All interested creators are invited to familiarize themselves with the Guiding Principles for the TV5 Fund.

Judith Brès
Project manager
514-522-5322 Ext. 300

Sound Art Gathering / Colloque d’art sonnore IMAA AAMI in partnership with / en partenariat avec NAISA

Dates: November 10-11 / le 10 et 11 novembre 2016
Location/Lieu: Canadian Music Centre/Centre de musique canadienne, 20 St Joseph St, Toronto
Contact: info@imaa.ca 514-522-8240
The Independent Media Arts Alliance (IMAA) in partnership with New Adventures in Sound Art (NAISA) is holding a Canadian Sound Art Gathering this November 10-11 at the Canadian Music Centre in Toronto, ON. The Gathering features two days of focused conversations between members of the Canadian sound art community, exchanging views and strengthening ties, beginning on Thursday November 10 at 1pm and concluding on the evening of Friday Nov. 11.
The Sound Art Gathering coincides with two nights of sound art performances programmed by NAISA on the evenings of November 10 and November 11. These are ticketed events; a reduced admission fee is available for registered delegates of the Sound Art Gathering. For more details see http://naisa.ca/performances/upcoming-performances/

For more information or to register visit the eventbrite page here: https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/sound-art-gathering-colloque-dart-sonore-tickets-28456595443

**Note that a small number of travel subsidies are available to support your travel to Toronto and lodging during the event. If you wish to be considered for a travel subsidy, please indicate your request when registering to the Eventbrite event. These subsidies will be distributed on a case by case basis; please understand that funds are limited. If we’re not able to fund your travel, we nevertheless look forward to seeing you in Toronto! 

North Market Wharf Cultural Association Seeks Community Votes for Stage Refurbishment

Since 1788, North Market Wharf has been the city’s public waterfront space – where local served local. Merchants from across the Bay of Fundy brought their goods and wares to this space to traders from across the street, and across the world over to barter, haggle, gossip, and exchange goods for their families and communities throughout the region. At the turn of this century, the space has reimagined itself and has taken a new interpretation as it returned to its origins.

If Uptown Saint John is the heart of the city, then Market Square is its aorta; and, to play along with the metaphor then, the Inside Connection is its veins. Connecting a waterfront stage and arena; two multi-sport facilities; dozens of locally owned shoppes with internationally known brands and local products alike; two five-star hotels; multiple award-winning restaurants and pubs; our city hall; two national news outlets; international bank institutions and brokerage firms; thousands of heated parking spaces; three office towers with leading corporate, legal, telecommunications, and insurance firms, to name a few; and, the oldest market in the nation – this anchor has earned being bestowed as the lifeblood of the city.

This space where locals connect with neighbours and international visitors alike has come full circle. This time, the waterfront commodity is the vibrant arts&culture that pulses from what is locally known as the Boardwalk. “We applaud the vision of growth in our city; particularly, for our waterfront space of the Loyalist Plaza Capital Campaign. Pairing this stage refurbishment with the celebration of the legacy of Canada 150 as phase one of the full-scale development – along with the long-term goals of continuing to raise the bar with programming – is how we envision turning the conceptual future into the tangible today”, says Stephany Peterson, Director of the North Market Wharf Cultural Association.

With this approaching milestone for the nation, the not-for-profit organization, North Market Wharf Cultural Association, set its sights on celebrating the upcoming sesquicentennial with a meritorious legacy: a revitalized outdoor stage for our waterfront. Having been awarded the 2016 Faces of FUSION Community Building Award, the momentum has been building, and the recent selection as a national first-round finalist for the Aviva Community Fund is a welcomed opportunity to support efforts to position our city as a leader in arts&culture infrastructure and programming.

Welcoming consistent world-class entertainment to our waterfront, while maintaining the focus on supporting local, is the spirit of what this space has represented for centuries. The community can express its support for the project by participating in an online vote, available by a simple registration process at avivacommunityfund.org<http://avivacommunityfund.org/>, and continues until Thursday, October 28. Those interested in becoming involved beyond voting, please attend the informal Information Session Thursday, October 20th 4pm-5pm at McGill’s. “This will allow for you to be literally and figuratively in the midst of the project and have the vision shared for this stage refurbishment”, says Peter Stoddart, President of the Association.

Media Inquiries:
Stephany Peterson
506-658-3600 Administration Office


16th Annual Silver Wave Film Festival Rolls out Schedule
The 16th annual Silver Wave Film Festival (SWFF) featuring over 80 films, a full slate of special events and a film industry series, will happen over four days in Fredericton, starting Thursday, November 3rd and running through Sunday, November 6th.
“Silver Wave is on an annual mission to spotlight the creative talent of New Brunswick filmmakers along with filmmakers from around the world,” says Cat LeBlanc, SWFF co-programmer, and co-organizer. “There were so many incredible films from New Brunswick, Canada, and around the globe submitted this year that we faced challenges in programming. The province of New Brunswick is proud to support what many call the best little grass roots film festival around.”
The Silver Wave Film Festival’s Gala Opening Night will take place on Thursday, November 3rd, at 7 pm at Tilley Hall, room 102, UNB Campus. The evening will feature the world premiere of Beerocracy, directed and produced by NB based Alex Vietinghoff and Shauna Chase of The Manatee fame. The documentary explores the craft brewing industry in New Brunswick which has exploded in recent years. The world premiere  of a new music video,Judgement Day by Brendan Mittelholtz starring well-known rapper Ceeb Dread will play before the feature screening.
The festival is once again very excited to present the centerpiece of the festival – NB Shorts I and II on Friday and Saturday night, November 4th, and 5th, 7 pm at Le Centre communautaire Sainte-Anne. The Silver Wave Awards will follow Shorts II at 9:15 pm on Saturday where 24 awards will be given out to filmmakers from around the globe with many of the awards focusing on NB talent.
Friday is a treasure trove of additional screenings with Short Films: Tall on Talent at 9:30 pm followed by Midnight Madness at 11:30 pm, both happening at Tilley Hall, UNB Campus.
The Festival’s Closing Gala presentation on Sunday, November 6th at 7 pm will be Singing To Myself by PEI creative team Harmony Wagner and Jason Rogerson. This heartfelt story about a young deaf woman who decides to forsake the world plays at Tilley Hall, Room 102, UNB Campus.
Also included in this year’s line-up are stellar short film programs, featuring both Canadian, youth and international selections, a very special short film spotlight screening, an excellent documentary program that showcases people and places and, a thought-provoking documentary that challenges our negative view of sex work, compliments of Fredericton’s own Cinema Politica who always strive to bring true stories to the world.
Rounding out this year’s program on the final day of the festival on Sunday, November 6th is a fantastic line up of documentaries of all lengths covering a variety of topics from women in Africa who are rebuilding their lives, transgender issues and LGBT pride, Maliseet teenagers and their trials and triumphs on St. Mary’s First Nation, climate change and the Millennial dream that many strive for.
Special Saturday and Sunday afternoon matinee screenings during the festival will showcase New Brunswick filmmaker Colleen Furlotte (Stripped), and Jeffrey Kelley’s (FIVE) feature films. FIVE is also available as a novel.
The Silver Wave Industry Series, a one-of-a-kind event focusing on film, television, and digital media, is an important part of SWFF, Friday, November 4th at the Charlotte Street Arts Centre. There will be pre-scheduled private industry meetings, and cutting edge panels on documentary filmmaking, features and shorts filmmaking, updates on the NB film industry and women in film and television.
Full Passes are on sale now. Full passes get the holder into everything Silver Wave. They can be purchased in person at the Film Co-op by emailing:info@nbfilmcoop.com to inquire or by PayPal online on the SWFF website (box office link): www.swfilmfest.com
Festival programs are available at the Film Co-op as well as various locations in Fredericton. Individual tickets for all screenings can only be purchased at each screening at the ticket booth. (cash only)
Receive the most up-to-date information, including sneak peeks and Festival highlights on our website: www.swfilmfest.com, our Facebook page, and Twitter: @silverwavefilm.
About the Silver Wave Film Festival The Silver Wave Film Festival (SWFF) is a four-day celebration of film from around the world. It’s a festival that turns Fredericton – into the place to be for filmmakers, industry people and film lovers.
This year’s event takes place from November 3rd – 6th.
Contact: Cat LeBlanc, membership services, info@nbfilmcoop.com
The Festival would not be possible without its major sponsors and supporters:
Platinum Sponsors: Province of New Brunswick, City of Fredericton, Centre communautaire Sainte-Anne, Equifilm, CBC Television and Radio, Crowne Plaza, University of New Brunswick’s Faculty of Arts, Nick Wilson Videography, East Coast Camera Rentals, The Canada Council for the Arts, Telefilm Canada, Picaroons, and the New Brunswick Filmmakers’ Co-operative 
Gold Sponsors: Don Chapman, Let em Laugh Productions 
Silver Sponsors: Arrowhead Electric Ltd., daVinci College 
Bronze Sponsors: Carlee JC, IATSE 849, Frictive Pictures, Robert Simmonds Clothing, Insurmountable Sounds, imagineNATIVE, Hemmings House, CinéRelève, Cinema Politica, MediaNB, Grid City Magazine, WIFT-AT, and all its dedicated supporters and volunteers.


NB Film Co-op marks 16th Anniversary of Silver Wave Film Festival in celebration of New Brunswick Filmmakers

Silver Wave runs November 3-6, 2016

Please join the NB Film Co-op organizers as they launch the Festival programme for Silver Wave 2016!

Silver Wave annually spotlights the province’s rich film talent and cultural legacy in film. The festival draws its inspiration from New Brunswick’s extraordinary and diverse collection of films, created by filmmakers from every age group and walk of life. The festival exists to engage fans of all ages in the art of cinema.

A significant element of the festival includes the NB Shorts which are the focal point of the event, and draw large crowds. Laid out around the NB shorts, is a visual feast of local and international shorts and documentaries with several carefully chosen features highlighted in key programming slots.

Hundreds of independent and commercial filmmakers and producers will also take a break from film watching during the fest to mix and mingle at the Silver Wave Industry Series, an exciting annual industry day with panels, roundtables and a special producer’s reception.

“Silver Wave is always a proud moment for all of us who’ve had the privilege of volunteering on the festival annually,” said Tony Merzetti, NB Film Co-op ED, and Silver Wave Co-organizer. “This year’s festival is designed to bring back longtime movie lovers and fans, and to engage new audiences with our programming line-up.”

When: Friday, October 14, 12 noon,
Where: 732 Charlotte Street, Charlotte Street Arts Centre, Upstairs Auditorium, Fredericton, NB

Refreshments will be served.

This is a great opportunity to celebrate and support film in NB. Mix and mingle and see the 2016 Silver Wave promo trailer!

The Festival would not be possible without its major sponsors and supporters:

Platinum Sponsors: Province of New Brunswick, City of Fredericton, Centre communautaire Sainte-Anne, Equifilm, CBC Television and Radio, Crowne Plaza, University of New Brunswick’s Faculty of Arts, Nick Wilson Videography, East Coast Camera Rentals, The Canada Council for the Arts, Telefilm Canada, Picaroons, and the New Brunswick Filmmakers’ Co-operative,

Gold Sponsors: Don Chapman, Let em Laugh Productions

Silver Sponsors: Arrowhead Electric Ltd., daVinci College

Bronze Sponsors: Carlee JC, IATSE 849, Frictive Pictures, Robert Simmonds Clothing, Insurmountable Sounds, imagineNATIVE, Hemmings House, CinéRelève, Cinema Politica, MediaNB, Grid City Magazine, WIFT-AT, and all its dedicated supporters and volunteers.

Choral Fest 2016

Attention singers: It’s not too late to register for Choral Fest 2016. Don’t miss this opportunity to work with Michael Zaugg, the Canadian Swiss-born choral conductor who is in demand across Canada, the US, and Europe. Choral Fest takes place on October 14-16 at Grace Memorial Baptist Church. For further information call 453-3731 or email nbcf@nbnet.nb.ca. To register online go to https://nbcfsite.wordpress.com

Calling all interested volunteers – we need you on the crew!

Crew are needed to help transform this heart warming classic into an on stage holiday miracle! If you would like to learn more about volunteer opportunities please join us for a quick production meeting.

Meeting date/time: Sunday, September 25th at 12 noon
Meeting place: BMO Studio Theatre, 112 Princess St

Help is needed in the following areas:
set painting
set construction
running crew
make-up / hair

No experience necessary.
Miracle on 34th Street will run at the BMO Studio Theatre, 112 Princess StreetNovember 23-27.

WordsFall 2016

WFNB will be hosting its annual fall literary festival in Shediac, November 4 -5. (Schedule attached).

WordsFall 2016 includes professional development workshops, book launches and open mic readings. It gives writers a chance to gather as a community, hone their craft, and share stories before the onset of winter.

Registration fee for the weekend, including all professional development sessions, lunch and coffee breaks is $85 for members and $110 for non-members. Registration deadline is November 3rd.


Details are on our website. Thanks so much for sharing!

Registration Form

FLOTILLA ­ Call for Partnership Proposals from Organizations and Collectives

FLOTILLA  ­ Call for Partnership Proposals from Organizations and Collectives The Association of Artist­Run Centres from the Atlantic hosts the biennial gathering of  artist­run centres in Charlottetown, September 21 ­ 24th  2017. Deadline for proposals: October 15, 2016

The Association of Artist­Run Centres from the Atlantic (AARCA) is seeking proposals from artist­run organizations and collectives for potential programming partnerships and showcasing opportunities during the biennial gathering of artist­run centres in Charlottetown in September 2017.

Partnerships with the Flotilla event will provide organizations and collectives an opportunity to reach a large and targeted audience, while experimenting or challenging their conventional programming. Some thoughts on potential partnership ideas are: ­

  • Creating a “Pop Up” of your organization in Charlottetown for the week leading into the event ­
  • Hosting an event(s) during the gathering, such as, but not limited to: a panel discussion, a dinner, a boat tour, a walking tour, a picnic, a debate, etc. ­
  • Online, interactive and new media presentations ­
  • Ephemeral public art, performance, etc.

AARCA is anticipating that partner relationships will be built on a cost­sharing and collaborative approach. Although the deadline for proposals is October 15, 2016, AARCA encourages anyone who wishes to make the Canada Council Project Grant for Organizations in the Visual Arts deadline (Sept 15 2016) to be in contact as soon as possible.

Description of the event:

Mustering the verve and warmth of an East Coast kitchen party, The Association of Artist­Run Centres from the Atlantic (AARCA) is gearing up to host the biennial gathering of artist­run centres in Charlottetown, September 21st ­ 24th 2017. The event will bring together artists, administrators, thinkers, curators and the public to consider the flexible, responsive and provisional forms of organization that are increasingly necessary for the sustained evolution of contemporary artist­run culture. Innovative platforms for artistic collaboration will be a key focus. The event will explore and share ideas around the theme Flotilla, a nautical metaphor that identifies a loose structure—boats and ships of varying dimensions banding together in open water—with a particular resonance in a maritime region, characterized by nomadism, temporary location, isolation and the presence of the sea as a shifting ground and a vehicle for exchange.

Stay afloat with Flotilla and connect with us online:

Flotilla will be making program and event announcements over the next year. Be sure to sign up for the Flotilla email list to stay afloat of the project’s progress, call for proposals and early bird registration savings.

To sign up, visit our website at FlotillaAtlantic.com. Connect with us on social media: @FlotillaEast on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook. For more information or to initiate a conversation about potential partnership between your organization or collective and Flotilla please contact: Contact: Michael McCormack Artistic Director ­  Flotilla michael@michaeldmccormack.com For general inquiries: Becka Viau Project Manager ­  Flotilla Becka@beckaviau.com Flotilla is co­produced by The Association of Artist­Run Centres from the Atlantic (AARCA) and The Artist­Run Centres and Collectives Conference (ARCCC­CCCAA, aka ARCA).

Job: Theatre / Drama / Voice Instructor

Centre for Arts & Education – Moncton, NB

Atlantic Ballet Theatre of Canada — Centre for Arts and Education is searching for full-time Theatre / Drama / Voice Instructor to teach group classes for students in our Arts After School and evening Musical Theatre Programs .‎
In 2012, Atlantic Ballet Theatre of Canada was proud to open the Centre for Arts & Education with a focus on youth performance education. The Centre for Arts & Education is a performance based program integrating professional-level training in dance, musical theatre ( voice, theatre) stage production and arts leadership, culminating in two full-length, fully produced musical theatre/dance performances on the stage. Our goal is to have students reach their artistic potential in a positive and fun environment that helps them develop skills, knowledge, self-confidence and a love of learning.
Students at our Centre are taught by professional educators and artists who work as professionals in the performing arts. The Centre for Arts & Education is committed to quality educational experiences and artistic excellence. The Centre’s Summer and Arts After School Program is for students ages 5 to 12 years. The evening/weekend Musical Theatre Program is for students starting at age 9.


  • Excellent organizational abilities; dependable and punctual; positive and enthusiastic; engaged in the full learning and teaching process of young performers; and a personable team player.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Instructing motivating and inspiring students in their pursuit of artistic excellence;
  • Teaching musical theatre, vocal or drama classes, including choosing/procuring appropriate materials for your classes (music, songs, scenes, plays as needed) and all required preparation time and follow-up/reporting associated with teaching each class;
  • Instruction would be provided to students in the Arts After School program weekdays, as well as the Musical Theatre program offered evenings and weekends;
  • As a member of the creative team, contributing to the planning, content development, rehearsing and execution of two full-scale productions each year involving students from all of the Centre’s programming.
  • Planning your class(s) material/pieces.
  • Engaging the learners in differentiated learning experiences according to the range of skill levels;
  • Organizing and supervising approved field trips to enhance classroom learning;
  • Maintaining records and providing evidence of growth and progress to parents and to students; and
  • Creating progress reports at season’s end for each student in your classes.


  • Minimum of a Bachelor’s degree in drama, voice or musical theatre;
  • Have drama/theatre training ;
  • Must enjoy instructing;
  • Must be comfortable working with children ages 5 through high school ages;
  • Efficient creation of class content with well-structured session plans;
  • Excellent interpersonal communication skills;
  • Strong organizational skills;
  • Ability to effectively establish a trusting relationship with children and parents;
  • Strong customer service, leadership and presentation skills;
  • Ability to be flexible and quick to adapt to a dynamic environment with different personalities;
  • Valid driver’s license; and
  • Fluent in English. ‎Bilingualism is considered an asset.

Only candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.

Crew call for The Diary of Anne Frank

We need you on the crew…

Join us for a crew call for the October Studio Series production of

The Diary of Anne Frank

A powerful reminder of the horrors of war; a true testament to the human spirit. Directed by Shane MacMillan

Meeting date/time: Sunday, Aug 28th at 12 noon

Meeting place: BMO Studio Theatre, 112 Princess St

Help is needed in the following areas:

  • set painting
  • set construction
  • props
  • running crew
  • make-up / hair

No experience necessary.

The Diary of Anne Frank will run at the BMO Studio Theatre, 112 Princess Street

October 11-15 & October 18-22.

Tickets are available by visiting www.ticketpro.ca or calling 1-888-311-9090.


Workshops at the Fredericton #FromHumanHands Fest

You can register or share it with friends that could be interested in the workshops! 🙂 Note that pre-registration is required!
PUBLIC WORKSHOPS will be presented every day of the #FromHumanHands Fine craft festival in Fredericton in Officer’s square. People interested in the workshops must pre-register here https://www.eventbrite.com/e/craft-workshops-from-human-hands-tickets-26759363978 . List of workshops :

Friday, August 26, 1-4PM
ECO PRINT with Shoshi Designs: Before chemical dyes, fabrics were dyed with plants. The search for elusive colours is interwoven with the history of fashion. Learn a variety of eco printing techniques, including fabric preparation, how to shift colour with additives. Use local leaves and flowers to create a beautiful silk scarf.

Eco Print: $20 participant fee. 15 participant slots. Minimum age required: 18

Saturday, August 27, 10AM-1PM
NEEDLE FELT with Bella McBride Designs: Needle felt with Bella McBride! Needle felting is the process of poking different colours of wool with a barbed needle to create forms. This workshop will give you the knowledge and skills you need to create your very own needle felted pieces.

Needle Felt: $20 participant fee. 15 participant slots. Minimum age required: 12

Saturday, August 27, 2-5PM
METAL FORM with TerraBijou Jewelry: Learn how to bend, shape and texture copper and brass with Terra Bijou Jewelry. Create your own pair of earrings or a pendant using various professinoal tools and techniques.
This workshop will open your eyes to the possibilities of metal.

Metal Form: $20 participant fee. 15 participant slots. Minimum age required: 12

Sunday, August 28
WORLD OF WAMPUM with Wildabout Wampum: Use special tools to sculpt, sand and handcraft a one-of-a-kind pendant out of the beautiful Quahog shell. Wampum was originally made by the Wampanoag in the United States and was used for both trade and ceremonial purposes.

First session: 11AM-12:30PM ; Second session: 12:45-2:15PM ; Third session:2:30-4PM

Wampum: $35 participant fee. 3 slots per session, 9 participant slots total. Minimum age required: 12