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SNB: Ventus Machina

SJAC is proud to be the local host venue for Symphony New Brunswick’s Virtuoso Series of concerts! First up this season is wind quintet Ventus Machina, joined by percussionist Joël Cormier, to set the tone for the season with Upbeat, an exciting compilation of ground-breaking selections that’s sure to please! Sunday, October 2, 2022  |  2:00pm  |  Tickets: $30 Adult/$15 …

World of Keyboards: 2022-23 Season

SJAC is proud to partner with the Saint John Early Music Festival as they present a returning favourite series, World of Keyboards! All welcome, admission is by freewill offering. Join harpsichordist and pianist Tim Blackmore as he explores the world of Baroque and Classical keyboard instruments, their makers, and the composers and performers who created the music written for them. …

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Elm City String Quartet: Oct. 7

UPDATE: Due to expected poor weather on Saturday, Sept. 24, the concert has been postponed and rescheduled for Friday, October 7/22. SJAC is excited to welcome back the Elm City String Quartet! From the Quartet: The Elm City String Quartet is kicking off their first full season with a bit of everything. We will be starting with one of the …

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Port SJ Artist Residency: Apply Now!

Port Saint John and SJAC are very excited to announce the second biennial artist residency for 2022-2023! The residency will include unique access to the Port as a means to inspire a new body of work, culminating in an exhibit at the generously sponsored Port Saint John Gallery at the Saint John Arts Centre in September of 2023. The successful …

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Summer Classics Series 2022

SJAC and the Saint John Early Music Festival are proud to present a seventh year of the Summer Classics Series! These lunchtime classical concerts are offered through the summer on Wednesdays in July & August at 12:15pm (July 6 – August 17.) All are welcome, admission is by freewill offering. Special thanks go to our sponsors: Emera New Brunswick, The …

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North of Union tour & concert

The North of Union Heritage Walking Tour and Concert SJAC is excited to partner with the Early Music Festival and play host to this wonderful FREE summer program for locals and visitors alike! Enjoy a one-hour walking tour of heritage buildings around the Saint John Arts Centre led by local historian David Goss, followed by a 45-minute concert of Loyalist-period …

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Opening Reception Friday, May 6/22

SJAC invites you to join us with the artists for an opening celebrating our new exhibitions! These shows run from May 6 to June 30/22. Friday, May 6, 2022, 5pm-7:30pm *Please note that face masks are required.* Regular galley hours Tuesday-Saturday, 9am-5pm; gallery visits are free (donations gratefully accepted!) Reminders for social distancing and extra sanitizing measures are in place …

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‘WITB? 2022’ Sneak Peek!

Take a sneak peek at the works up for grabs for this year, donated by ever-generous artists in our community! Very special thanks to: Alison Gayton; Alanna Baird; Amy Ash; Bernie Cormier; Carla Perkins; Carol Taylor; Charlene Barry; Christiana Myers; Danika Vautour; David Meek; Deborah Payne; Fabiola Martinez; Fred Harrison; Harriet Taylor; Helen Stanley; Helen Shideler; Herzl Kashetsky; Heasun Kim; Holly …

Upcoming Concerts

SJAC’s Port Saint John Gallery is playing host to a wonderful variety of music in the next few weeks – book your tickets now! Symphony NB Virtuoso Series Saint John String Quartet presents masterpieces by three composers who loved and drew inspiration from the stillness, grandeur, and stark beauty of the majestic North. Saturday, December 4, 2021 • 2pm Virtuoso …

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iClick Photography show

I-Click Photography presents MIDDLE GROUND Photography Exhibit: A journey into storytelling through the lens of Saint John’s Youth Opening: Wednesday, August 17, 2021, 6:30pm | Saint John City Market Solarium space | All welcome The I-Click Photography program, through the collaborative efforts of the Teen Resource Centre (TRC), the University of New Brunswick, and the Saint John Arts Centre, enabled …