Gallery Hop

The members of the Saint John Gallery Association proudly present the uptown Gallery Hop! The final hop of the year is coming up soon – come out and support your local galleries and the artists they represent on Friday, October 13th!  Gallery Hop Map 2017 Public Galleries: 4-6 pm – City of Saint John Gallery, 20 Peel Plaza /Imperial Theatre, 24 King Square South …

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Rughookers’ Canada 150 project

Our very own resident fibre arts guild, the Carnegie Rughookers, were featured on CBC Morning Live! Their amazing Canada 150 project is on display right now in the rotunda, be sure to visit and see this incredible piece of art in person. Special thanks go to CBC producer Meg Banks and to our invaluable co-op intern, Alexandra Garin Nichol for …

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SJAC Newsletter

Sign up for our newsletter, ‘Under the Cupola’! We’ll send you occasional updates on workshops, exhibitions, and special events coming up at SJAC. To protect your privacy and comply with anti-spam laws, you’ll receive an email to confirm your opt-in. Subscribe to our newsletter Email Address Email Format html text

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Symphony NB

SJAC is proud to be the local host venue for Symphony New Brunswick’s ‘Virtuoso Series’, starring the Saint John String Quartet and Ventus Machina woodwind quintet. Single tickets for Adults :$26 / Students:  $10 Season tickets and single tickets for the Virtuoso series are available at the Capitol Theatre in Moncton, The Playhouse in Fredericton and the Imperial Theatre in Saint John. Tickets for …

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Summer Classics Series

Saint John Arts Centre and the Saint John Early Music Festival were proud to present the first season of the Summer Classics Series of lunchtime classical concerts, Wednesdays in July & August of 2016. Thank you to our sponsors, The MacMurray Foundation and Uptown Saint John, the performers, and all who attended and supported the program through freewill offerings. Featured concerts were: …

Early Music Studio

SJAC is proud to work with the Early Music Studio of Saint John, hosting regular performances and the Early Music Festival in May. Its mission is to provide educational and performance programs which stimulate interest in, and increase appreciation of, renaissance, baroque and classical music of the historical period dating from the first voyage of Jacques Cartier (1534) to the arrival …