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Sewing: Festive Table Runner

Christmas is coming – deck your holiday table with your own Christmas table runner! In three weeks, Margo will lead you through each step in creating a unique and festive table runner of your choice. Come and make one for your own table or as a gift! Three options are listed below, each with a link provided for the materials …

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Life Drawing

These weekly non-instructional classes provide artists with the opportunity to sketch and draw the human figure from live models. Classes begin with short warm up gesture studies and progress to more sustained poses. Space is limited to eight participants. Please bring your own drawing supplies, but tables, easels, drawing horses, and boards are provided. COVID-19 POLICY NOTES: As a public …

Cathy Love

Through My Heart Cathy has always felt blessed to live in New Brunswick surrounded by the incredible natural beauty found here.  Living for the first ten years of her life in St. Martins, the beaches of the Bay of Fundy became her playground and she continues to be drawn there for inspiration.  When outdoors with her camera the excitement of …

The Carnegie Rughookers (Nov. 2019)

The Carnegie Legacy The Carnegie Rughookers’ History Founded in September 2004, they took the name of their meeting place, the historic Carnegie Building, 20 Peel Plaza.  Originally, the Saint John Free Public Library, it is now home of the Saint John Arts Centre.  We meet every Friday morning, September to May, to share ideas and inspiration and to work on …

Victoria Piersig

Trading Places | Musings and Muses of an Iconic Watery Highway “If we want to maintain our lifestyles, we can’t just say no all the time” Trading Places is an invitation to a new conversation that transcends polarized positions about resource extraction and industry in Canada and provides an organizing framework for individuals and groups to begin a new conversation …

Riel Nason

Modern Selvage Quilting Artist Biography Riel Nason is a Canadian novelist and textile artist (quilter). She is known for her bold use of colour, humour and whimsy in her designs. Her works have been exhibited across Canada and included twice in Quilt Canada: The National Juried Show.  Her quilts have been featured in magazines in Canada, the United States, France, …

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Experiments in Printmaking

Join artist Nathan Cann for this exciting printmaking workshop! Using a variety of materials such as oil, ink, graphite and watercolour, you will learn new skills and techniques  in exploratory printing. These workshop is perfect for all skill levels, as this school of printing abandons the rules and guidelines of more traditional printing in favour of experimental adventure! NEW DAY: Thursdays, 7-9PM …

Cross-Cultural Creation Residency Exhibit

Elisgenooasig Entre: Mêler, Lacer, Lier. Inter: Fuse, Lace, Relate Presented by ArtsLink NB and the 3E collective (Emma Hassenchal, Erin Goodine and Emilie Grace Lavoie) is INTER: FUSE, LACE, RELATE a curated touring exhibition of the 2019 Cross-Cultural Creation Residency artists (Indigo Poirier, Tara Francis, and Nicole Haché). The 2019 Cross-Cultural Creation Residency was organized in partnership with Association acadienne …

Process: NB Artists Working in Wood

New Brunswick artists, Christian Demmings, John Dougan, Gillian Dykeman, Steve Jones, Timothy Jones, Brock Jorgensen, Justin Sappier, Phil Savage, Ralph Simpson, and Jack Symonds present an exhibit of works in wood, curated by Christiana Myers. In this exhibition, each artist has adopted their own process and perspective to pay homage to wood and the many roles this dynamic material plays …

Bob Smith

Biography – Bob Smith He loved potatoes, apple pie, people, history, gardening, beer, and laughing. He was born in 1924, in Barney’s River, a suburb of Avondale, fourth of Clara and Walter Smith’s five children, in a house his father built. It was a moneyless farm, but there was always food to eat, and there was always a pump organ …