The VIII Games of La Francophonie will be held in Abidjan, Cote d’Ivoire from July 21 to 30 2017. We are currently in the process of putting together a team of individuals, know as Mission Staff, who will best serve the needs of New Brunswick artists and their technicians, athletes, and their coaches during the Games.
The role of Mission Staff is very important to the overall success of Team Canada New Brunswick at the Game of La Francophonie. Over the years, New Brunswick has been fortunate to have the members of Mission Staff who were capable, enthusiastic, dedicated and committed to the overall efforts of New Brunswick Teams. The Mission Staff also plays a lead role as ambassadors for the province.
Applicant are asked to complete the necessary documentation and return it directly to the Sport and Recreation Branch of the Department of Tourism, Heritage and Culture, no later that Thursday, June 30th, 2016, 4:30 AST.
Should you have any questions or require additional information, please do not hesitate to contact (506) 444-2574.
Application form: Formulaire appel candidature EN
Description of position: Descriptions des postes EN
French application are also available.
See more at https://www.jeux.francophonie.org/
Branch Out Productions is excited to announce that they are opening auditions for The Addams Family Musical for adult leads (aged 15+) and the role of Pugsley (10+).
All ages, genders and races are encouraged to audition, please contact Ben@Branchoutproductions.ca to schedule your audition. For more information visit http://branchoutproductions.ca/upcoming-shows/
About Branch Out:
We are a community theatre in it’s purest form. We strive to create an all inclusive and safe space for members of this community to lend their talents singing, dancing, acting, sewing, building, painting, and telling amazing stories on our stage! Our projects are as diverse as our casts. Many of our people have experienced theatre for the first time with us and have ended up long term members of our Branch Out Family! Click through our site, see what we’re up to and join us either on the stage, or in the audience!
PARC (Playwrights Atlantic Resource Centre) is seeking an interim Program Coordinator. A dynamic organization that fosters the creation and development of Atlantic Canadian plays, PARC provides services and opportunities to both established and emerging playwrights in the Atlantic region.
The successful candidate will have an excellent track record for writing successful grant proposals, funding applications and reports to government and foundations; is an expert event organizer; available to work 30 hours per week September 2016 through May 2017; able to work in Sackville, NB a few days each month as required and for the month of May; and will work in close partnership with the General Manager, Artistic Director, and Board of Directors. Remuneration is $3,000 per month.
The job description and responsibilities of the Interim Program Coordinator:
Reporting to the Chair of the Board, the successful candidate will work in close consultation with the General Manager, Artistic Director and Board of Directors to fulfill the following responsibilities:
1) Write grant applications/funding proposals and reports to government and foundations (approximately 65 percent of time).
2) Organize and coordinate current programs which include the Playwrights Colony, Home Delivery, Playwrights Cabarets in each of the 4 Atlantic provinces, and if funding is confirmed, a Kitchen Table Reading series; selecting scripts and/or proposals for the above programs; contracting personnel to fulfill the needs of the above programs; selecting artistic personnel where required, i.e. actors, dramaturges, playwrights etc. for the Colony; all this in consultation with the Artistic Director (approximately 20% of time).
3) Oversee the work of a part-time Membership and Communications Coordinator and two part-time student interns (5% of time).
4) Respond to queries to PARC, contribute to the promotion of PARC and represent PARC in the community, maintain good relations with PARC members and other stakeholders (5% of time).
5) Report and be responsible to the Board of Directors, attend Board meetings, maintain open communication with the Executive, meet regularly with the President (at least once monthly and before each Board meeting) to discuss on-going issues (5% of time).
Please submit resume and cover letter by email to firstname.lastname@example.org on or before July 4th, 2016.
Once again the New Brunswick Choral Federation presents its annual choral fest. This celebration of choral music invites singers from all
over the province to join us in Fredericton on October 14 – 16, under the direction of one of Canada’s foremost Choral Conductors,
The deadline for registration is Friday, September 30, 2016.
Call or email our office for further details at 453-3731 and email@example.com, and check out our website, www.nbcfsite.wordpress.com,
to take advantage of on-line registration and online payment. This promises to be a spectacular experience for all who enjoy choral
About Michael Zaugg
Swiss-native Michael Zaugg has distinguished himself as an innovative and versatile conductor, pedagogue and clinician. Currently in his 7th season as Artistic Director and Principal Conductor of the professional chamber choir Pro Coro Canada in Edmonton, Michael also previously led other notable Canadian choirs including, in Montreal, the St. Lawrence Choir (2008-2013), and voces boreales (2006- 2015), and the Cantata Singers Ottawa (2005-2014).
Active as a Guest Conductor, Michael Zaugg has worked with notable groups including the Vancouver Chamber Choir, National Youth Choir of Canada, the BBC Singers, Vancouver’s musica intima, the Nova Scotia and Ontario Youth Choirs, Thirteen Strings, as well as the Longueuil Symphony Orchestra. In Switzerland, he was Chorus Master of the Symphonic Chorus Regiochor, and he appears regularly as a guest conductor in his home country. Michael’s US debut was with the Grammy-nominated Choir of Trinity Wall Street in New York. Over the last three years, he has led a 60-voice male choir, with singers selected from across Canada, the US and the Ukraine, to perform the Resurrection Liturgy by Fr. John Sembrat (Alberta) in tours from Edmonton to Saskatoon, Regina, and Winnipeg and to Toronto, Philadelphia, Rochester and New York City.
The Beaverbrook Art Gallery is calling for submissions for the Studio Watch Emerging Artist Series: Painting 2016 exhibition. This innovative series provides New Brunswick artists, in the early stages of their career, with the opportunity for a solo exhibition, the publication of an exhibition brochure and the purchase of one of their works by the Beaverbrook Art Gallery. The Studio Watch Emerging Artist Series: Painting 2016 exhibition will be held at the Beaverbrook Art Gallery in Fredericton from October 20, 2016 to January 15, 2017. To be eligible an artist must:
Please submit all packages electronically to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Deadline for applications: August 1, 2016 For further information on the Studio Watch Emerging Artist Series: Painting 2016 exhibition please contact Curatorial Assistant Meredith Briden at email@example.com. The curator of the exhibition is Jeffrey Spalding, C.M., R.C.A., Senior Curator of the Beaverbrook Art Gallery.
Students planning to pursue studies in a recognized program in the performing arts are invited to apply for the Council of the Arts Fredericton Performing Arts Scholarship. The annual award is valued at $5000. It is intended for residents of the greater Fredericton area. The course of study can take place at any institution recognized by the Canada Revenue Agency and must involve performance or production. Students at secondary, postsecondary and graduate levels are eligible. Information and application guidelines are available through the Fredericton Community Foundation at www.fredfdn.ca . Applications must be received on or before July 31, 2016. (Please note new deadline.) The recipient will be determined by a
Applications must be received on or before July 31, 2016. (Please note new deadline.) The recipient will be determined by a three-member selection committee. From 1978 until 2006, Council of the Arts Fredericton presented quality performances to Fredericton audiences through its ONSTAGE and KIDSTAGE programs and encouraged young people in their study of the performing arts through awards and scholarships. The Performing Arts Scholarship was created in 2007 with funds from the Council that are managed through a designated fund agreement with the Fredericton Community Foundation
Each year during River Jam, there is a special award presented in honour of Diane London, beloved diva of the Downtown Blues Band, whose final performance was at River Jam 2004 before losing her battle to cancer. The award honours a local musician, artist, or arts related woman with a creative spirit and talent who gives of themselves to the community and who exemplify the spirit and character of Diane. Do you know a woman from Fredericton or elsewhere in the Saint John River region who exemplifies the spirit and character of Diane London? Someone who is a musician, artist, or arts-related individual who has a creative spirit and talent, and who gives back to the community? Nominate Her for the Diane London Award! For more info contact firstname.lastname@example.org To complete a nomination form visit http://www.123contactform.com/form- 2002047/Diane-London-Nomination-Form. The award recipient will be announced prior to River Jam and a presentation of the award plaque and a $600 prize will be awarded at the event, annual summer celebration of music along the Saint John River taking place on Friday, July 8, 2016 at the Delta Fredericton.
The Fine Craft Gala on the evening of Friday, July 15th will kick off the 2016#FromHumanHands: NB Fine Craft Fest at the Marco Polo Cruise Terminal in Saint John. With a theme of Diversity, this event will feature a speaker series with artist and instructor Brigitte Clavette, artist and instructor Judie Acquin-Miksovsky, and artist Philip Savage, recipient of the 2015 Nel Oudemans Award. The presentation of the 2016 Nel Oudemans award by the Sheila Hugh Mackay Foundation will also be a highlight of the evening, as well as NBCC “Best Booth”, “Best Body of Work”, and “Best New Product” awards. Gala attendees will receive an exclusive “First Look” preview of the NB Fine Craft Festival from 6-7pm to the live music of Nova Scotian fiddler Alycia Putnam. The gala commences at 7pm. Plus enjoy craft beer from Picaroons Traditional Ales and delicious appetizers and spirits from Urban Deli.
Network with NBCC professional craftspeople, enthusiasts, advocates, administrators, craft champions, and emerging artists within the sector. Get first pick of unique products crafted #FromHumanHands by NBCC Juried Members, who are masters of design and craftsmanship. Be inspired by the stories, heritage skills, aesthetics, and high standard of New Brunswick fine craft.
Presented by the New Brunswick Crafts Council, Canada’s oldest crafts council. Proceeds go to the NBCC, a provincial non-profit organization, to support fine craft in the province.
From Human Hands: NB Fine Craft Fest, July 16 & 17:https://www.facebook.com/
For more information, visit nbcraftscouncil.ca, check out our facebook page:facebook.com/
The Search for Santa Is On! SJTC will be holding Miracle on 34th Street Auditions
Auditions will take place at BMO Studio Theatre, 112 Princess St and will be held on: Friday, June 17th-24th
Roles are available for adults from ages 20 to 70+. Roles are available for children, male and female, who could look as though they are 7 to 10 years of age.
Miracle on 34th Street is the first production of SJTC’s 2016-2017 season and will run from November 23rd to 27th, 2016. Rehearsals will begin in early September.
The New Brunswick Crafts Council, a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting fine craft in New
Brunswick, is seeking volunteers for the From Human Hands: NB Fine Craft Fest & Gala on July 15-17,
2016 at the Marco Polo Cruise Terminal in Saint John. The annual New Brunswick Fine Craft Festival,
presented by the NBCC, is a vibrant cultural arts festival that features original works by award winning
New Brunswick craftspeople, providing an opportunity for the public to connect with makers, discover
locally made craft, witness live fine craft demonstrations, and participate in an important part of our
New Brunswick culture and heritage. Along with established fine craft professionals, this festival will
showcase emerging artisans and students from the New Brunswick College of Craft and Design, plus live
performances by local musicians, a Handcraft Fashion Show with NWH Modeling, a kids craft corner, an
Interior Design Spotlight with Kim Jakobsen Design, and foods and drink from Urban Deli and Picaroons
Festival hours are as follows:
Set-up: Friday 10am-4pm
Festival First Look/Gala: Friday 6-9pm
Regular hours: Saturday 10am-6pm; Sunday 11am-4pm
Kingsbrae International Residence for the Arts (KIRA) is an emerging artist residency located in
St. Andrews (NB) which will be welcoming its first residents in the spring of 2017.
KIRA offers a four-month contract starting July 1 st and ending on October 31 st with a possible
Working under the supervision of KIRA Steering Committee, the Project Coordinator will:
– Customize KIRA’s key strategic documents according to the requirements of potential
– Write grant proposals to various levels of government for an infrastructure project to be
undertaken in 2017
– Write grant proposals to various levels of government to obtain operating funding for
2017 (e.g. salary for the residency’s director)
– Develop proposals to obtain support from private organizations
– Manage the Call for Applications process
– Create a web presence for KIRA
– Establish a communication strategy for the web site and the Call for Applications to
reach relevant cultural networks such as artist residencies organizations, art
organizations, art publications, etc.
– Perform other duties relevant to the project
Experience in working in an art/cultural organization
Experience in writing grant proposals
Experience in web communication
Excellent writing skills
Ability to work autonomously and to manage several files at the same time
Recognized for having excellent people skills
Recognized for having excellent coordinating skills
Knowledge of art networks in Canada
Degree in arts/cultural management is an asset
Working off-site is possible. Travel expenses will be reimbursed.
Interested candidates must send a resume and a covering letter to Tim Henderson, Managing
Director, Kingsbrae Garden: email@example.com no later than June 15, 2016.
The New Brunswick Crafts Council is hiring a summer student! We are seeking a creative and driven individual as Bilingual Administrative Coordinator starting June 20. This is a great opportunity to learn the inner-workings of a non-profit organization, gain office administration experience, and discover the vibrancy of the New Brunswick crafts and culture sector! Help with the planning and implementation of our #FromHumanHands: NB Fine Craft Festivals and 2016 #Spectrum and #SharingStories exhibitions, plus general office admin help and communications. The official job posting can be found here: http://ow.ly/4nsXpt OR http://www.nbcraftscouncil.ca/2016/05/05/nbcrafts-council-summer-student-employment-opportunity The application deadline is June 6, 2016.For more information, contact the New Brunswick Crafts Council at firstname.lastname@example.org or 450-8989. The New Brunswick Crafts Council/Conseil des Métier d’art du Nouveau-Brunswick is a member-centered, non-profit organization dedicated to promoting excellence in crafts, maintaining standards of craftsmanship, and expanding markets for fine crafts.
Register for this year’s forum: Making (it) in New Brunswick, November 4-5, 2016.