NBCCD: Expo 2019

SJAC is excited to see this year’s exhibit as we welcome back the students of the New Brunswick College of Craft and Design for the second annual spring exhibition here in Saint John! More information to come soon…

‘Harbour’

Artists: Alisa Arsenault, Sara Griffin, Emma Hassencahl-Perley, Nienke Izurieta, Sarah Jones, Chantal Khoury, Ann Manuel, Sarah Power, Dan Xu; curated by Amy Ash A harbour is a place on the coast where ships may moor in shelter, protected from rough water by piers, jetties, and other artificial structures. The entry or exit point of solid land, it is the beginning and …

Margot Cormier Splane

Pandora’s Trojan Horse; Exploring Issues around Climate Change (Read Margot’s writings on each piece of the series on her website here:) Artists Statement “Pandora’s Trojan Horse; Exploring Issues around Climate Change,” is a series that grew both out of love of this wonderful planet we call home, and fear for the future of our world as we currently know it. …

Sculpting the Torso

SJAC is thrilled to welcome back classically-trained artist and educator Melissa Kennedy! This summer, Melissa offers a special week-long torso sculpting course. Combining demos and lots of hands-on sculpting time, students will work through observing a live model. Students will practice the techniques of modelling a small-scale torso in clay from a live model. Instruction will include ideas such as: how …

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Early Music Festival 2019

SJAC is thrilled to once again play host to the Saint John Early Music Festival, coming May 17-19, 2019, with the theme this year of ‘Venice and Rome’. Tickets are available now at SJAC’s front desk – check out the impressive lineup for this year’s festival: Friday, May 17,  7 pm – St. Mark’s and St. Peter’s Collegium Musicum (period …