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SPaRT! Summer Camp

SPaRT! Camps (Sports/Participation/Art/Recreation/Together!) For Kids aged 9-12 SPaRT! is a fun-filled week of art and recreation designed to foster your child’s creativity and physical activity through the arts, swimming at the Canada Games Aquatic Centre and other fun adventures around town. SPaRT! is facilitated by our multi-talented summer interns at the Saint John Arts Centre. Participants are required to bring their own …

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NBCCD Convocation 2021

If you missed it live, no worries – the NBCCD 2021 Convocation Ceremony is on YouTube – congratulations to all of the graduates, especially our very own Saint John cohort of Foundation Visual Arts Grads!

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Young Musicians Concert

SJAC is pleased to welcome once again the Early Music Prizewinners from the 2021 New Brunswick Competitive Festival of Music, a concert presented by the Early Music Festival of Saint John. The featured performers are: Elizabeth Lundberg, piano Malcolm Boyd, violoncello Valerie Bi, piano (Tim Blackmore, accompanist) Please Note: Due to COVID-19 Guidelines seating is limited. All seats must be …

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Elm City String Quartet: June 18

SJAC is very excited to welcome the Elm City String Quartet for their first performance in our Port Saint John Gallery! The Elm City Quartet is a string quartet based in Fredericton, NB. The group includes Victor Vivas (violin), Mercedes Salazar (violin), Mark Kleyn (viola), and Emily Kennedy (cello). Members of the quartet come from Venezuela, Michigan, and New Brunswick. …

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Summer Classics Series 2021

SJAC and the Saint John Early Music Festival are proud to present a sixth year of the Summer Classics Series! These lunchtime classical concerts are offered through the summer on Wednesdays in July & August at 12:15pm (July 7 – August 18.) All are welcome, admission is by freewill offering. Special thanks go to our sponsors: Emera New Brunswick, The …

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Front Entry Closed

While our front facade is having important repair work done, for safety, we have closed our front entryway (with the big granite stairs.) Please use the side entry off our small parking area on Carleton Street; it’s a blue door behind a concrete half-wall. Come on in and say hello to us in the office (first door on your left) …