The application cycle for the 2022 Sheila grant cycle is now closed. Announcements of the 2022 grants will be made following the adjudication process.
Regrettably, COVID-19 protocols would not permit a public celebration for the 2021 recipient of the $25,000 award. Please join us virtually to celebrate a unique New Brunswick artist, Mathieu Léger.
DEADLINE: APRIL 15 Third Space is now seeking project proposals from artists, collectives and organizations to be included in THIRD SHIFT, our annual festival of public contemporary artworks! ABOUT THIRD SHIFT Established in 2015, THIRD SHIFT aims to offer citizens a unique opportunity to engage with contemporary art and re-imagine their city. THIRD SHIFT holds[…]
Strathbutler artist Marie Hélène Allain was honoured at the March 2nd inauguration of a new gallery in Bouchtouche. In recognition of her status as an internationally known sculptor and her long time commitment to the region, the Société de Kent-Sud has named the new exhibition space on Irving Boulevard the Marie Hélène Allain Gallery. Daniel[…]
Strathbutler Artist Thaddeus Holownia among finalists for the $50,000 Scotiabank Photography Award. The largest peer-nominated and peer-reviewed “celebration of excellence” in Canadian contemporary photography was founded in 2010 by Edward Burtynsky, who chaired this year’s jury comprising Candice Hopkins, Marie-Josée Jean and Mark Lewis. The winner will be announced on May 8, and in addition[…]
Fredericton, September-November 2017 Deadline to apply: August 25, 2017 CATAPULT is an accelerator program for ambitious artists and creative entrepreneurs who are ready to bring their work to market. CATAPULT aims to improve the entrepreneurial skills and business networks for its participants, and to foster and culture of entrepreneurship in New Brunswick’s arts sector. This[…]
Strathbutler artist Janice Wright Cheney featured in Canadian Art Magazine … Wright Cheney’s bears are implied to be living out a gendered grief, culturally ascribed, one that seems more human than animal—though on the other hand, grief is a wild emotion, one that may well turn us into some bearish version of ourselves … The[…]
Buckland Merrifield Gallery. presents: Paul Mathieson NOTES FROM THE STREET APRIL 15 – 30 Reception: Friday, April 15, 5 – 8 pm The Buckland Merrifield Gallery announces an important exhibition of new work by painter Paul Mathieson, winner of the Strathbutler Award 2015. His new series, entitled Notes From A Street, offers further explorations on[…]