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Elm City String Quartet: Feb. 11

SJAC is thrilled to welcome back the Elm City String Quartet! From the Quartet: The Elm City String Quartet begins the new year with a program that has something for everyone. We begin the concert with the beautiful elegance of Mozart’s 21st quartet. We then explore the work of a lesser-known Holst: Imogen. Her Phantasy Quartet is short but offers …

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Midwinter Mozart: Carleton Chamber Players

IMPORTANT COVID POLICY UPDATE Please note that <b>SJAC will continue to keep a mandatory mask policy in place for all programs</b> (workshops, galleries, performing arts events, rental events.) SJAC welcomes back the Carleton Chamber Players, presented by the Early Music Studio of Saint John, for a ‘Midwinter Mozart’ concert! Sunday, February 12, 2023  |  2:00 pm (Storm Date: Feb. 19) …

Works from Sculpture SJ 2022 Workshops

First Time for the Last Time  |  Library & Rotunda Galleries  |  January 13 – March 10, 2023 In the summer of 2022, Saint John Arts Centre had the wonderful opportunity to partner once again with Sculpture Saint John to offer workshops to the public during the International Sculpture Symposium. With the assistance of generous funding by Sculpture Saint John …

Melanie Craig-Hansford

Processing Cedar  |  City Gallery  |  January 13 – March 10, 2023 Artist Statement During the pandemic my artistic practise led me to an investigation of the cedar trees along the shores of the Belleisle Bay in Erbs Cove and the Dutch Point Trail in Hampton. In these past years of turmoil, tragedy, and despair I was able to process …

Kevin Goggan

Time Machine  |  Port Saint John Gallery  |  January 13 – March 10, 2023 Biography Kevin was born in Saint John. He trained as a designer in the 1980’s, when art was a part of the curriculum, particularly drawing. He then worked most of his career on computer, and only in 2014 started to draw and paint again. He works …

Chris Donovan

Stay Solid or Move West  |  Canada Games Gallery Curated by Christiana Myers Biography Chris Donovan is a documentary photographer and educator currently based between Saint John and Toronto. Born in Saint John (1995), his work focuses largely on issues of industrial capitalism and the intersection of communities and industrialization, influenced by his hometown. He holds an MFA from Toronto …