ArtsLink NB is hiring a Summer student through NB SEED program

Communications Intern 1 Saint John 2017-06-19 English

ArtsLink is seeking a dynamic and enthusiastic student for the summer to help with social media activity, including daily updates to the website, Facebook and Twitter, as well as newsletters. Producing and editing content as needed for print and other communications and marketing materials, including hosting a weekly podcast interviewing artists and event promotion. Handling member communications. This includes coordinating and undertaking member recruitment via traditional and online campaigns; handling members’ correspondence, including queries and requests; and maintaining a current member database and directory. Assisting with the production of organization documents, such as reports and proposals, and board and other stakeholder communications as required. General administrative tasks as required.

Applicants must hold a SEED voucher to be eligible.

ArtsLink NB
89 Canterbury St., Suite 407, Saint John, [Get directions]
Telephone: (506) 608-9914
Email: julie@artslinknb.com
Website: www.artslinknb.com

Program Officer, artsnb

Job Posting: Program Officer, artsnb

Job Title: Program Officer, New Brunswick Arts Board (artsnb)

Terms: Annual (renewable) contract, subject to an initial three month probation period and annual evaluations.

Salary: $38,324 to $52,702, depending on experience

Bilingual: Excellent English and French oral, written, and comprehension capacities. (more…)

Business for the Arts – Search for Bilingual artsVest Program Manager for NB & PEI

Do you enjoy connecting with diverse individuals and cultivating relationships?

Are you passionate about professional development and capacity building in the arts?

Would you consider yourself a fast-paced, independent worker, as well as a collaborator?

Business for the Arts is looking for a bilingual artsVest Program Manager for New Brunswick and PEI to help deliver the program in both provinces.  We are looking for a highly professional and detail-oriented individual who has a comprehensive knowledge and understanding of the cultural sector and who is able to work independently and organize and manage multiple projects and deadlines.  The successful candidate will be the face of Business for the Arts in New Brunswick and PEI and will possess exceptional public relations skills, be engaging and be comfortable with public speaking.

How to Apply: careers@businessforthearts.org;  Application Deadline: Monday, February 27th, 2017


Wanted: Two artists for projects in the schools

The Fredericton Arts Alliance needs two visual artists for specific school projects.One will work with primary students at Park Street Elementary on Fredericton’s North Side in a drawing project focused on beans; the other will help students at the Central New Brunswick Academy in New Bandon create a mural reflecting the school’s commitment to music. (more…)


Casting call for a GNB spot that Hemmings House is producing. We will be filming on Wednesday December 14th in Saint John, NB.
The commercial focuses on mental health and the campaign is called “Small Talk”. See the storyboards and script attached.

This is a non-union, paid gig.

We are looking for the following individuals:


1. Construction Worker 1: Male, mid 40s

2. Construction Worker 2: Male, mid 50s

3. Office Worker 1: Male, early 40s

4. Office Worker 2: Female, 40s

5. Friend 1: Male, late 30s – early 40s

6. Friend 2: Male, late 30s – early 40s

FRENCH SPEAKING ROLES *Same creative as the English spot. Script to be translated.

7. Construction Worker 1: Male, mid 40s
8. Construction Worker 2: Male, mid 50s

9. Office Worker 1: Male, early 40s
10. Office Worker 2: Female, 40s

11. Friend 1: Male, late 30s – early 40s
12. Friend 2: Male, late 30s – early 40s

NOTE: Individuals interested can submit a video of themselves reading for the part they wish to audition for via email to megan@hemmingshouse.com. If you are auditioning for the French spot, please introduce yourself on camera in French. Auditions will be received until 12pm on Thursday December 8th.

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

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.

Advertise with us!

Advertising in the Playhouse’s show programs is an excellent way to enhance your business profile and reach our audience of more than 20,000 patrons. We have a number of ad sizes and prices available to best meet your business’ needs.

When you advertise with the Fredericton Playhouse, you associate your business with quality, professional national and international artists; gain name recognition with a diverse audience; and will enhance your reputation and standing in the community. For more info on our advertising opportunities, click here, or contact Communications Director Alexandra Davis at alexandra@theplayhouse.ca.

The Fredericton Playhouse is hiring!

The Playhouse is hiring! We’re looking for casual bartenders available to work evenings and weekends. The ideal candidate will have previous experience with food handling, customer service, and money handling. To apply, please email your resume to Patron Services Manager Sally Goodwin at sally@theplayhouse.ca.

Web Content Specialist, Brand and Digital Strategy Team

About the role:
Under the direct supervision of the Manager, Brand and Digital Strategy, the Web Content Specialist works with staff to provide support and coordinate the day to day content publishing efforts for the Canada Council for the Arts.

Closing date : August 24, 2016

Full details, requirements and application process here


The Role:  The Manager, Marketing and Community Relations is responsible for audience development and managing most aspects of SNB’s marketing and sales, including the design and implementation of special promotions.  In addition, the Manager’s responsibilities include management of advertising, media relations and the oversight of social media relations.  The position will initially be part-time.

Closing date August 26. 

Full details, requirements, and application info here.

Employment opportunity: New Brunswick Arts Board is hiring a Program Officer

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY: The New Brunswick Arts Board is hiring a Program Officer. The attached link contains a detailed description of the position as well as instructions on how to apply. We ask that you please share this post in order to help spread the word about this exciting opportunity with artsnb! The application deadline is AUGUST 14, 2016.



Employment: Programme Manager, Canadian Commission for UNESCO

Competition : 5010 (Internal/External)
Status : Regular Full-time
Salary Scale : $95,500 to $119,800
Closing date : August 4, 2016

We may inventory the information received from candidates for other similar positions.

About the Canadian Commission for UNESCO
The Canadian Commission for UNESCO connects Canadians with the work of UNESCO, the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization, and acts as a forum for governments and civil society and mobilizes the participation of Canadian organizations and committed individuals, in UNESCO’s mandated areas: education, natural and social sciences, culture and communication and information. With the aim to inspire people and effect change, the Commission provides advice to governments, influences UNESCO’s agenda and ensures the voice of Canadians is heard on the international scene.

The Canadian Commission for UNESCO aims at creating a society in which Canadians share knowledge and learn from each other, locally and globally, in order to build peaceful, equitable and sustainable futures. It does so by supporting collective reflection, identifying priorities and facilitating concerted action in the fields of education, science, culture, communication and information to address some of the most complex challenges facing humanity. Recognizing that this mandate can only be fulfilled by engaging a broad range of partners, a spirit of cooperation is at the core of the Commission’s work.


Full Description & Requirements 

We offer competitive salaries and benefit package. The Canadian Commission for UNESCO operates under the Canada Council for the Arts

For more information about the Canadian Commission for UNESCO, please visit: Canadian Commission for UNESCO home page.

Deadline Aug 3 to apply for CSAC Executive Director

The Executive Director position plays a very important role at the Charlotte Street Arts Centre. The job purpose being: To provide a day-to-day effective, efficient operation of the organization, and to meet strategic goals and objectives of Charlotte Street Arts Centre both as a building manager and as a liaison with the arts community and the public. This is a very exciting and dynamic time, we are looking for candidates that have passion and dedication for the leadership in our arts community.

Summary of Position The Executive Director oversees all aspects of the organization’s operations which will include; strategic planning, governance, finances, budgeting, grant-writing, fundraising, public relations, human resources and staff management, facility management, project management, program delivery and community development.

For the further description of the primary duties & responsibilities: http://charlottestreetarts.ca/publications/Executive_Director-_Position_Description.pdf


Education: Undergraduate degree, with preference to fine arts, social sciences, business administration or equivalent.

Experience: Minimum of 5 years previous experience in management for a non-profit organization with responsibility for strategic planning, finances, policy and process development and implementation, and fundraising. Demonstrated commitment to the arts. Experience working independently but also collaboratively with staff, volunteers and diverse stakeholders. Sensitivity to the impact and role of society related to poverty, aboriginal and multi-cultural experiences, sexuality and gender identification, addictions and health (the social determinants of health), violence, etc.

Competencies & Skills: Excellent interactive communication – both written and oral, including diplomacy and clarity. Advanced grant-writing skills and experience in writing. Advanced knowledge of the arts and culture sector and programming. Advanced planning and organizing skills: set priorities, develop a work schedule, manage time effectively, monitor progress towards goals, and track details, data, information, and activities. Relationship/ network building – proactively build relationships and networks that meet specific program needs, including within corporate and non-profit sectors. Leadership Skills – able to inspire staff and Board to hold and work within the mission, vision, and values of the organization. Teamwork Skills – able to work cooperatively and effectively with others to set goals, resolve problems, and make decisions that enhance organizational effectiveness.


* Further details of qualifications can also be found in the PDF link above.

* To Apply Email: Courtney Steeves manager@charlottestreetarts.ca Subject Line: Executive Director

Position Deadline: August 3rd, 2016 Welcome to share with individuals, groups or organizations that you think would be interested.

Charlotte Street Arts Centre seeks Executive Director

New changes happening over here at the Arts Centre! We have just put out the information that we are now accepting applications for a new Executive Director. If you could share this through your media outlets that would be amazing!
Overview of Position: “To provide a day-to-day effective, efficient operation of the organization, and to meet strategic goals and objectives of the Charlotte Street Arts Centre, both as a building manager and as a liaison with the arts community and the public.”
Deadline: August 3rd, 2016
Send to:
Courtney Steeves
Subject Line: Executive Director Position
Thanks so much and have a wonderful day!

Meagan Fanjoy

Events and Marketing Coordinator
Charlotte Street Arts Centre

The Charlotte Street Arts Centre opens the doors of creative expression to all.

732 Charlotte Street, Room 200
Fredericton, NB E3B 1M5
506.454.6952| office
506.454.6956| fax