All posts in Visual Arts

April 25, 2019, by Mayworks Fredericton

Artists and workers invite all to celebrate the fifth annual Mayworks Festival of Working People and the Arts in Fredericton on unceded Wolastoq territory. This year’s festival, that runs from […]

Portraits of 41 girls and young women killed in Guatemala fire viewable in Fredericton

March 17, 2019, by Vanesa Fung and Sophie M. Lavoie

Mayra Jiménez, from the 8 Tijax Collective, from Guatemala City, visited Fredericton on February 28 on a speaking tour about the Hogar Seguro Fire th ...

Fredericton-based Acadian digital game artist at Halifax’s Nocturne

October 20, 2016, by Sophie M. Lavoie

Chad Comeau, a digital game artist who makes provocative art, was featured at Halifax’s Nocturne event. Comeau, whose primary occupation is as a tr ...

The Worry Ladders: an exhibition on the political and economic forces affecting NB’s forest

November 4, 2015, by Margo Sheppard

If the yellow Irving pickup truck parked conspicuously outside the UNB Forestry Building hadn’t been there as foreshadowing, I still would have had ...

  • Government House hosts NB artists’ work
    June 15, 2015, by Sophie M. Lavoie

    The work of over 50 artists from New Brunswick is now being shown at Government House, on Woodstock Road in the province’s capital. The collective show was inaugurated on Thursday, […]

  • Mark Chilton: Design in Translation
    March 2, 2015, by Kelsey Nevers for The East

    Taking the first step into Mark Chilton’s exhibit is like stepping into another world; figures draped in textured swaths hang from the ceiling, red balls of cloth and floral textiles […]

  • Sarah Petite’s little games at the Charlotte Glencross Gallery
    March 8, 2014, by Sophie M. Lavoie

    Artist Sarah Petite’s collection of encaustic paintings are now available to be viewed at the Charlotte Street Art Centre’s Charlotte Glencross Gallery, until April 14, 2014. Sarah Petite’s “Game Theory” […]

  • Fredericton artist wins national art competition
    March 8, 2014, by Sophie M. Lavoie

    Fredericton – Eugenia Dietrich’s painting inspired by a poem by celebrated poet and journalist Juan Gelman who passed away in January 2014 has won a national art competition. The painting […]

  • Thundermakers and Young Ancestors at Beaverbrook Gallery
    September 29, 2013, by Sophie Lavoie

    Alan Syliboy’s multimedia exhibit, The Thundermaker, is being shown at the Beaverbrook Gallery until Jan. 12, 2014. A M’ikMaq artist based in Nova Scotia and from the Millbrook First Nation, […]

  • Tahkomiq/ Ma’kemigew, Art Expo
    September 16, 2013, by Sophie Lavoie

    There are only a few days left to see the remarkable expo at the Charlotte Street Arts Centre’s Penny Gallery titled “Tahkomiq/ Ma’kemigew” [“Lands,” in both Maliseet and Mi’kmaq languages]. […]

  • A chance to speak your mind about art in Fredericton
    August 21, 2013, by WhiteFeather

    Fredericton – The Charlotte Street Arts Centre, a focal point for creation, presentation and education in the arts, is pleased to partner for another year with Gallery Connexion, Fredericton’s only […]

  • A Child’s View from Gaza in Fredericton
    April 24, 2013, by Fredericton Palestine Solidarity

    The Fredericton launch of the exhibition, A Child’s View from Gaza, will occur on Friday, April 26th at 5:00-6:30pm at the Charlotte Street Arts Centre’s Penny Gallery. The exhibit will […]

  • Platform 732 presents Avatar by Freya Bjorg Olafson
    March 14, 2013, by Charlotte Street Arts Centre

    Fredericton — As part of its inaugural Platform 732 performance series, the Charlotte Street Arts Centre is thrilled to welcome international interdisciplinary/dance artist, Freya Bjorg Olafson. Olafson will present her […]

  • Gallery Connexion occupied
    January 21, 2013, by Sophie Lavoie

    These days, discussions of possible cultural appropriation are fitting, especially in the context of the Idle No More Movement and the Federal Court of Canada’s recognition of Métis and 400,000 […]

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    Artist challenges perceptions of rats
    November 19, 2012, by Lianne McTavish

    Fredericton-based artist Janice Wright Cheney pursues discomfort, delighting in creatures usually considered repulsive, including maggots, beetles, and fleas. In her recent work entitled The Cellar, on exhibit at the Beaverbrook […]

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    Artist residency will add shape to growing arts community
    June 14, 2011, by Amanda Jardine

    The Charlotte Street Arts Centre (CSAC) invites New Brunswickers to come together and welcome Ned Bear as the Artist-in-Residence. His month-long journey at CSAC is supported by a recent grant […]

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    Carving a new niche at the Charlotte Street Arts Centre
    May 11, 2011, by WhiteFeather

    On National Aboriginal Day (June 21), the Charlotte Street Arts Centre (CSAC) will welcome Ned Bear as the Artist-in-Residence. His month-long journey at CSAC is supported by a recent grant […]

  • Fredericton candidates on support for the arts
    April 28, 2011, by Fredericton Arts Alliance

    On April 21, the Fredericton Arts Alliance organized a forum on arts issues, at which we were pleased to have all five candidates for the Fredericton constituency. Because many people […]

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    International Women Arts Exhibition in Fredericton
    August 31, 2010, by Cavelle MacDonnell

    21 women artists ~ 9 countries ~ 101 artworksIran ~ Canada ~ England ~ Spain ~ Turkey Netherlands ~ USA ~ Germany SEE artworks and read artists’ bios, click here […]

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    Alan Syliboy’s paintings on exhibit in Fredericton
    June 9, 2010, by

    June 11 until July 4, 2010ALAN SYLIBOYMi’kmaq artistIntroducing Doctor Lonecloud (15 images) and other paintingsYou and your friends are invited to attend the opening receptionFriday, June 11, 2010 5 – […]

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    15 Restless Nights by Derek Besant
    March 24, 2010, by

    Derek Besant 15 Restless Nights Apri 8 to May 13, 2010 Gallery Connexion 440 York St. – Chestnut Complex, Fredericton 15 Restless Nights is an exhibition of large-scale images of […]

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    Forest Acadien: Collection of works by Caitlin Wilson
    March 10, 2010, by

    Forest Acadien is open February 19th to March 18th.PinUp Gallery, Aberdeen Centre,140 Botsford St, Moncton The Acadian forest covers the Maritimes and parts of Quebec and Maine. It is an […]

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    Art, politics, and the power of women
    August 3, 2009, by Julie Michaud

    One of the political stands taken by Bear (and the women of Tobique First Nation) was to remove the discriminatory legislation in the Indian Act that defined Canada’s First Nations […]

  • Galleries in Fredericton
    August 3, 2009, by

    To find out about current exhibitions, contact the gallery directly via their web page or phone number. Acacia Gallery: 1948 Lakeview Road, Cambridge Narrows, E4C 1N1. Phone: 488-1119. The gallery […]