The New Brunswick College of Craft and Design is proud to welcome you to the 2018 Expo.
We would like to thank the Saint John Arts Centre for the opportunity to share our students’ work with the public in Canada’s oldest city. The College is celebrating its 80th year (1938) of training creativity in support of the cultural community of craftspeople, designers, and visual artists.
This exposition has been designed to give you a look inside the life of the New Brunswick College of Craft and Design students, and see the kinds of work and processes that the students engage with to develop their creativity and skills.
The exposition is a diverse array of creative work from students at all levels of training and representing many of the subjects and programs that NBCCD offers.
There are several large collections of work from assignments created by our students in the Foundation Visual Arts Certificate.
There are finished works and some works in process from the students in the various Diploma programs illustrating the process of design and refinement. These include the studios: Aboriginal Visual Arts (AVA), Ceramics, Digital Media, Fashion Design, Graphic Design, Jewellery/Metal Arts, Photography, and Textile Design.
The students in Advanced Studio Practice Certificate bring additional representation to the subjects of Photography, Painting, and Ceramics.
We would like to thank all of the students who participated in this exposition and the staff that helped make it happen.
Drew Gilbert, Coordinating Instructor of Photography, New Brunswick College of Craft and Design