Saint John Arts Centre Presents

Saint John Arts Centre presents, in coordination with the City of Saint John Gallery, six cycles of contemporary art exhibitions each calendar year. All of the galleries ‘change over’ at once, with a one-week installation period in between each cycle, and shows averaging seven weeks in duration.

Exhibitor Guidelines

In order to make for an efficient and worry-free exhibit setup of their exhibition, here are some helpful guidelines that our confirmed exhibiting artists can use to help us from their end!  SJAC Exhibiting Artist Guidelines

Gallery Floorplans

Saint John Arts Centre is Greater Saint John’s community arts centre as a cultural regional facility, making its home in the historic Carnegie Building.  SJAC hosts six exhibition cycles per calendar year of contemporary art and fine craft. With one gallery on the main level and three on the top level of varying sizes and layouts, a wide variety of …

Application Form

Artists can apply to exhibit at SJAC by completing our simple, one-page downloadable form and including the supporting materials as indicated. We recommend using Adobe Acrobat Reader to fill out the form digitally (Mac users may encounter formatting difficulties if they use Preview.) If submitting digitally, please be sure to save the completed PDF form with a new filename that includes your …

January 2017

Please join us with the artists for the opening reception of new exhibitions on Friday, January 13, 2017, at 5:30pm. The featured artists are: Frazee Gallery: Sarah Sackville Canada Games Gallery: NBCCD Photography Students Library & Rotunda Galleries: Sculpture SJ Soapstone Carving Students

Canada Games Gallery (Carnegie Rughookers)

Places We Have Been: Journeys in Rughooking Places We Have Been: Journeys in Rughooking is a broadly themed exhibit, conceived with the intention of encouraging each rughooker to create an original and personal work based on the memory of a passage or a place that is subjective and emotive. The journeys represented in this exhibit are literal and figurative, physical …