NBMR-Call for proposals
NBMR-Call for proposals
Position: CATAPULT Arts Accelerator Coordinator
Location: Saint John
Hours per week: 35-40 (includes weekend commitments)
Term: Annual (renewable) contract, subject to an initial three-month probation period and twelve-month evaluations.
Remuneration: $40,000-45,000/ yr; commensurate with experience
Applications Due: Aug. 2, 2019, 5pm AST
ArtsLink NB seeks an experienced, energetic full-time coordinator to deliver its flagship program: CATAPULT Arts Accelerator.
This intensive, high-calibre entrepreneurial training program is designed to give artists in New Brunswick the skills and networks they need to expand their markets and increase their commercial success. The Coordinator will oversee and implement CATAPULT programming, offer ongoing assistance and coaching to CATAPULT alumni, as well as manage all program administration, report to funders, and development of funding applications for future iterations of the project.
Please enter your submission here.
Deadline for submissions: June 30, 2019
Creativity is leading the wave of innovation and change globally. Opportunities to share knowledge and strategies about the interdisciplinary and problem-solving potential of creativity are now critical in meeting the social, cultural and economic needs of today’s world.
This conference will be interactive and multidimensional; offering a variety of sessions designed to capture the imagination, inspire and engage participants through creative processes and problem solving. Participants will gain a greater understanding of creativity, its impact on our lives and how it can be used to address and solve real-life problems.
The guiding principles of the conference relate to the mission of the Atlantic Centre for Creativity. This interdisciplinary centre brings together disparate groups to explore how collaborative critical and creative engagement can be used to problem-solve, raise important dialogue, strengthen creative economies, and invigorate communities.
We are seeking submissions that are interdisciplinary, multimodal and interactive in nature. Creating combinations of the following areas such as:
The central goal of the Atlantic Centre for Creativity and the Creative Connections Conference is to increase awareness, and enhance creative practices across disciplines including: sciences, the arts, business, entrepreneurship and education. It will be an interdisciplinary, interactive and collaborative conference designed to encourage participants to ‘think outside the box’, take risks, share new ideas and enhance teaching practices.
ArtsLink NB is looking for a creative and driven professional to assume the role of Event Coordinator. The successful candidate will be responsible for planning and delivering a multi-day symposium in the fall of 2020 with support from the Executive Director and a committee of volunteers. This symposium will focus on contemporary themes surrounding art and place.
Event planning experience is essential. Knowledge of New Brunswick Arts sector specifically, and the Atlantic Canada arts sector generally, will be considered assets. The Event Coordinator will have frequent interactions with partner organizations, sponsors, media, and the creative sector as a whole, and should be comfortable with fundraising and development, public speaking, and media liaison. Bilingualism is an asset.
Term: 26-week contract with the option for extension.
Salary: $15/hr @ 30hrs/week
Candidates must be eligible through the Youth Employment Fund. The Youth Employment Fund (YEF) provides an entry point to long term employment for unemployed, case-managed individuals between 18-29 years of age who require a work experience opportunity as identified through their employment action plan. By placing an individual with an employer, the youth will gain work experience and develop skills through basic workplace training, mentoring and coaching (from the employer).
Education and Experience:
About ArtsLink NB: ArtsLink NB unifies New Brunswick’s arts and culture sector and fosters the sector’s contributions to a dynamic and prosperous province. ArtsLink NB is a member-based organization representing New Brunswick’s Anglophone arts and culture sector. Its base of over 300 active members includes professional artists and arts organizations. The mission of ArtsLink NB is to advance the arts in New Brunswick by linking and unifying artists and arts organizations and promoting their value to the community.
Application Deadline: May 1, 2019
Start Date: May 31, 2019
Type of Work: Full time ( 30 hours per week)
Location: Saint John with the option to work remotely.
Education Level: University (undergraduate) minimum
Languages: English (French an asset)
Travel Required: Yes
How to Apply: By E-Mail, and please include cv and references: firstname.lastname@example.org
ArtsLink NB is an equal opportunity employer.
The Arts and Culture Centre of Sussex (AX) is seeking a dynamic and driven Fund Development & Business Officer to proactively manage donor relations and communications, fundraising and sponsorships, special events and specific project budgets and administration. While the primary focus will be the communication, relationship building and solicitation necessary for attracting and maintaining philanthropic support for the Centre, the successful candidate will play a vital role in fulfilling AX’s strategic objectives and mandate to support, promote and foster arts and culture in the region.
Officially opened in June 2017, the Arts and Culture Centre of Sussex has quickly become a vibrant regional hub for arts and culture to the more than 500,000 people living within a 100 km radius. Designated as one of the three critical pillars to boost regional economic development by the Town of Sussex, AX is housed in a beautifully restored heritage building in the centre of Sussex, NB.
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Kingsbrae International Residence for the Arts (KIRA) will award up to fifteen artists with one month residencies in St. Andrews, New Brunswick Canada. Artists will be provided with an individual studio space, comfortable housing, up to two prepared meals each day and a stipend. Artists will live on a historic property in a beautiful seaside town and work in studios located on the property. The residence is within walking distance of the down town, however artists should bring all materials needed for their creative process when they arrive, as supplies and provisions are limited in town. As part of the residency, artists will be asked to engage with the community weekly during Open Studio Days. During this time the artist will be expected to share their weekly progress and present to the visiting public a final Artist Experience the last week of residency.
The Radio Starmaker Fund was created in the fall of 2000 on the initiative of the Canadian Association of Broadcasters and approved by the CRTC. It is a private fund which has as its stated purpose to “make a substantial and discernable difference to the careers of Canadian artists” by providing substantial incremental investment where the artist has established a proven track record and his or her label is making a Significant Investment in their future career. https://www.starmaker.ca/
The application deadline for the current round of funding is 5:00 PM EST, Thursday, November 15, 2018.
October 18 at 6pm at Shiftwork Studio (364 Queen Street)
All are welcome. We will be discussing:
We will also be taking volunteer applications for both the festival and pre-festival fun: this means fun time for you and a free pass and new friends and you can brag about all of the cool stuff you are bringing to the city.
Do you have unique and innovative ideas for craft workshops? edVentures Fredericton would be happy to hear about them and eager to promote them! Fredericton Tourism is currently accepting applications to instruct during the 11th year of edVentures: Learning Vacations in Craft and Culture.
The 2019 program will run from July 6-21. Full-day (9am-4pm) workshops that range from 1-5 days in length will be considered. We encourage all instructors to offer distinctive workshops that are only offered during edVentures (i.e. not offered on a regular basis outside of the program).
Please contact April.Thorne@Fredericton.ca for an application. All applications must be submitted by October 19, 2018.
Addiction and Mental Health Services Fredericton, Horizon Health Network, is pleased to issue a Call to Artists to participate in the 6th annual Recovery Art Show, an exhibition highlighting recovery from addiction and mental illness. Creativity and artistic expression can play an important role in recovery. The purpose of this exhibit is to show art depicting people’s experience of recovery, increase public awareness, spark discussion, teach and change perceptions.
The show will be exhibited at the Fredericton Public Library, November 1-29, 2018. Works in all media, of any size and completed in any year will be considered. Application deadline is October 12, 2018. Please contact email@example.com to request a submission form or for further information.
Atlantic Canada’s largest winter celebration is right around the corner! FROSTival 2019 will take place January 24 – February 10, and will feature three jam-packed weekends of events. The deadline to submit your event to Fredericton Tourism is Friday, October 12, 2018. Please send it to Frostival@fredericton.ca. Looking for more details on how you can get involved? Reach out to Brandon Kingman with Fredericton Tourism at 460-2041 or Frostival@fredericton.ca
L’AAAPNB, en collaboration avec le District scolaire francophone Sud, lance son tout nouvel outil pédagogique :
Place des arts et de la culture en éducation; guide à l’intention des artistes et des enseignant.e.s.
Ce guide a été développé dans le but de mieux préparer les artistes et les enseignant.e.s lors de spectacles, de projets GénieArts /Une école, un artiste, ou de toute autre activité impliquant la présence et la participation d’artistes en milieu scolaire. Sous forme de modules d’auto-apprentissage, le site web a été conçu pour accompagner l’artiste et l’enseignant.e à travers toutes les étapes de l’élaboration d’un projet. La contribution de l’artiste est essentielle à l’atteinte de la vision de l’intégration des arts et de la culture en éducation, et nous souhaitons que la publication de cette nouvelle boîte à outils incite davantage d’artistes à œuvrer en milieu scolaire. Visitez le site dès maintenant :
**Submissions close October 26, 2018 at 11:59pm**
The WORK GRANT is a one-time music video fund available for emerging Women & Gender Non-Binary directors with Canadian citizenship.
Individuals eligible to apply for the fund must be:
Each applicant must apply with a musician who has given permission to the applicant to create music video for one of their songs.
Made possible with the generous support of the McCain Family, the Harrison McCain Foundation, and The McCain Foundation.
The Beaverbrook Art Gallery is calling for submissions for the Marion McCain Exhibition of Contemporary Atlantic Art. This juried and curated exhibition is open to Atlantic Canadian-based artists.
Curated by the Beaverbrook Art Gallery’s Director, Tom Smart, the exhibition will be presented at the Beaverbrook Art Gallery in Fredericton during the fall and winter of 2019 – 2020.
To be eligible an artist must:
Each submission package must contain the following components: curriculum vitae, artist statement (400 – 500 words), five (5) digital image samples of work (JPEG format, file size 500 – 800 KB).
Please submit all packages electronically to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Deadline for applications:
October 15th, 2018
For further information on the Marion McCain Exhibition of Contemporary Atlantic Art please contact Celine Gorham at: email@example.com.
FLOURISH Festival is an interdisciplinary music festival in Fredericton, New Brunswick. FLOURISH Festival 2019 takes place April 18-21 and will feature emerging artists with DIY shows at independent venues across Fredericton. FLOURISH Festival artist applications open September 2019.
Artist Submissions for FLOURISH Festival 2019 are now open until October 31st. There is no fee to apply. Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
FLOURISH Festival 2019 runs April 18-21 2019 in Fredericton, New Brunswick.
So many great artists, so few showcases! We want to give MNB Members who haven’t been selected for an official showcase a chance to play during Festival (506), in Caraquet, October 25 to 28.
Dooly’s (31 St-Pierre Blvd W) will be open on Friday October 26 and Saturday October 27, from 10:30 pm to 1 am, for our “Members’ Pub.” Book a 30-minute slot (20-minute play, 10-minute set-up/teardown) and invite delegates & bookers to hear you perform.
It’s a first-come, first-serve opportunity with a small honorarium. Dooly’s is very close all our other official venues.
What do we mean by “emerging”? If you are just cutting your teeth in the music scene and want to learn from industry pros on how to take your stuff to the next level, FEST FORWARD is for you!!
If you have bookshelf full of ECMAs and lots of radio play…not so much.
Selected participants must be available to participate throughout the entirety of the festival.
If selected, FEST FORWARD will provide you with the following opportunities: paid live performance, recording a demo/ single with certified engineers, band photo op with trained photographers, professional development workshops with music industry professionals, a 2019 performance slot at a renowned East Coast music festival and other great prizes.
Only 6-8 submissions will be selected, so please complete your application thoughtfully and entirely.
All applicants will be notified of the selections by mid-October.
FEST FORWARD 2K18 applications will be juried by our organizing committee made up of musicians and industry professionals.
Fest Forward, previously known as NBME, is an annual music festival for emerging New Brunswick musicians presented by the Charlotte Street Arts Centre.
The deadline to apply is Wednesday October 17th.
ARTSLINK AGM AND ATLANTIC VERNACULAR PANEL TO BE HELD IN SAINT ANDREWS
ArtsLink NB is hosting its annual general meeting in Saint Andrews Oct. 14th, at the Huntsman Marine Science Centre.
SAINT JOHN, N.B. Sep. 21, 2018 – ArtsLink NB is hosting its annual general meeting October 14th in St. Andrews. The AGM and will be followed by a panel discussion asking what is the “Atlantic Vernacular”? What are the materials and motifs defining artists of this region? Both events will take place at the Huntsman Marine Science Centre, 1 Lower Campus Rd, St. Andrews, on Sunday, Oct.14th, from 10-4 p.m.
Attend the AGM to find out what your provincial professional artist’s association – ArtsLink NB – has been up to. You’ll also have a good look at what programming and projects we are planning for the year ahead. This is a chance to connect with your fellow artists, give the organization feedback, and get more involved with arts initiatives in New Brunswick.
We’ll switch gears in the afternoon, and host both a panel and group discussion about regional identity in the arts. ArtsLink NB is embarking on a multi-year project dedicated to exploring the “Atlantic Vernacular”, and would love member input in planning a larger symposium and publication. Come share your experiences with art colleagues from around the province.
Saturday’s multidisciplinary panel features:
SARAH JOHNSON POWER, JERRY ROPSON, CHARLIE GAFFNEY, and SHOSHANNA WINGATE
The event is free and open to the public.
About ArtsLink NB
ArtsLink NB is a province-wide, membership based organization representing artists of all disciplines. We work to help artists build robust careers in New Brunswick through providing professional opportunities, public programming, specialized training, and advocacy work. We are working to grow the arts sector to meet national standards of excellence and economic output.
For additional information, please contact:
Julie Whitenect, Associate Director
We’ll admit it : our storage space is a mess.
Keep an eye on our socials the week of October 1st. We’ll invite you to come help us clean out this mysterious space : wether it’s by sorting nails & screws or by taking home any of our giveaway items. Pay what you can or pay nothing at all : we just want it gone!
GRAND MÉNAGE / BIG CLEANUP
On va l’avouer : La remise fait dure.
La semaine du 1er octobre, restez à l’affut. Nous vous inviterons à nous aider à remettre la remise de la GSN en ordre : en triant des clous ou en apportant des «gugusses» chez vous! Une genre de vente à débarras où tout est à vendre pour ce que vous pouvez donner – même si c’est rien!