Clarence Bourgoin honoured with Arts Advocacy Award

Clarence Bourgoin of St. Léonard will be honoured with the Board of Director’s Arts Advocacy Award, an annual award of $1000 based on a nomination and selection process within the Board of Directors. The funds are given both to recognize individuals who work to initiate events and activities that forward the cultural life of the[…]

2015 Awards Evening

Sheila Hugh Mackay Foundation, a private charitable foundation, has been investing in the visual arts of New Brunswick since 1987. The programs of the foundation include awards, grants, scholarships and advocacy initiatives. On November 27th, the Sheila Hugh Mackay Foundation is hosting its 2015 Awards evening in celebration of the Visual Arts of New Brunswick.[…]

Lucinda and John Flemer honoured with Arts Advocacy Award

Lucinda and John Flemer’s development of a sculptural garden as a significant feature of Kingsbrae Garden and the inclusion of visual arts programming throughout the summer season are evidence of their deep commitment to the cultural development of the province. Kingsbrae Garden in St. Andrews has emerged as a significant Canadian tourist attraction. Built on[…]

Arts Advocacy Award 2010

Board of Directors Arts Advocacy Award The Board of Directors presented Mr. James C. Irving the Board of Directors’ Arts Advocacy Award in recognition of the significant contribution made to the promotion of the arts through the creation of Salon, a weekly magazine featuring documentary and critical writing about New Brunswick arts and culture.  Salon’s[…]

Arts Advocacy Award 2011

Foundation recognises the lifetime dedication of Louise Imbeault On the occasion of her retirement as Director of Radio-Canada Acadie, the Sheila Hugh Mackay Foundation recognises the lifetime dedication of Louise Imbeault to the promotion and support of arts and culture in New Brunswick. The 2011 Arts Advocacy Award is given to honor the impact she[…]