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Meet James Wilson

Meet the Artist: James Wilson – May 15, 2021 SJAC is hosting three socially-distanced ‘openings’ for James Wilson’s extraordinary new exhibit of portrait photography, ‘Social Studies’. Plan to bring your bubble to enjoy this amazing show and chat with James Wilson and exhibition curator, John Leroux. Three one-hour time slots (with 1/2 hour gaps between) are available on Saturday, May …

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NBCCD Info Session Mar. 13

Are you looking to transform your talents, passion, and dreams into a dynamic creative career? The New Brunswick College of Craft & Design welcomes students of all ages, artistic experience  and cultures. Our programs are designed to foster your unique creative voice and vision and prepare you for a career in a growing creative economy. Visit www.nbccd.ca for more info on …

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Spotlight on Women Artists

This year, SJAC is proud to join PRUDE Inc., the Saint John Community Loan Fund and the Lorenzo Society in celebrating International Women’s day. For the next month, we will feature local women artists who accepted our invitation to share their work and thoughts on this year’s theme, ‘Choose to Challenge’. From PRUDE Inc.: Celebrating International Women’s Day: March 8, …

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Get your copy at SJAC!

SJAC is thrilled to be the very first seller of James Wilson’s new book, ‘Social Studies’ – we have 50 copies, fresh off the presses! This long-awaited volume is the culmination of 30 years of capturing the faces of our community. Proceeds from copies sold here are being generously donated to support SJAC’s programs! ‘Social Studies’ the exhibition is now …

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Sculpture SJ Postponed

SJAC has been proud to partner with our friends and colleagues at Sculpture Saint John to bring workshops, demo days, and other educational programming to this highly-anticipated event. Understandably, Sculpture SJ has made the decision to postpone the symposium until summer of 2021. SJAC will be issuing refunds (cheques via Canada Post) to all who have already signed up for …

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Gallery Hop

The members of the Saint John Gallery Association proudly present the uptown Gallery Hop. Thanks for your support for the 2019 Hops, new dates for 2020 will be announced in January – until then, don’t forget to support your local galleries and the artists they represent! Public Galleries: 4-6 pm – Library Millennium Artplace, 1 Market Square / New Brunswick …

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Welcome, Maggie!

All of us here at SJAC are thrilled to welcome Maggie Higgins to our full-time staff! She’s been a member of the SJAC family in many roles for over a decade, and will now bring her expertise and enthusiasm to the new role of Education and Outreach Coordinator. Maggie will also be taking on some administrative duties from our business …

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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 …