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CARFAC Maritimes Board of Directors/Conseil d’administration 2020-2021

President/Présidente : Annie France Noël, Moncton, NB
Past President/Présidente sortante: Nancy Cole, Summerside, PEI/IPE
Vice-President/Vice-Président(e): To be confirmed/À confirmer
Treasurer/Trésorier: Duncan MacDonald CA,  Fredericton, NB
Recording secretary/Secrétaire: Julia Purcell, Clyde River, PEI/IPE
Maritimes Representative on National Board/Représentante des maritimes sur le Conseil national: Annie France Noël, Moncton, NB

Directors/Directrices

Alanna Jankov, Charlottetown, PEI/IPE
Daniel Lightfoot, Summerside, PEI/IPE
Shannon Donnovan, Hammonds Plains, NS/NÉ
Margaret Nicholson, New Glasgow, NS/NÉ
Carolyn Bedford, Westville, NS/NÉ
Sylvie Boisvert, Dartmouth, NS/NÉ
Hyacinthe Raimbault, Moncton, NB
Julie Whitenect, Saint John, NB

CATAPULT 2020 winter session

ArtsLink NB’s CATAPULT Arts Accelerator gives artists the
tools to be prolific + build sustainable careers. Business skills
training, career development, workshops, and mentorship –
all in one program.
WINTER 2020 SESSION (SAINT JOHN)
March 20 to May 15 | Fridays 6-9 pm & Saturdays 9-5
APPLY BY FEBRUARY 23, 2020
Artists need the work habits that would allow any entrepreneur
or small business owner to succeed in his/her field. Good
time management. Solid record keeping and sound financial
management. Effective self-promotion and professionalization
of your brand. Telling a good story and being heard. Knowing
how to write a contract. CATAPULT is all about helping you to be
purposeful and organized about the business side of your artistic
practice.
For details on how to apply, eligibility, and program curriculum:
www.artslinkcatapult.com
QUESTIONS? Email catapult@artslinknb.com.

Événement du CMA 2019 / CMA 2019 Event

Lancement et dédicace du livre publié aux éditions La Grande Marée

Launch and signing of the book published by La Grande Marée

« L’Acadie du passé et du présent d’après

Acadia Past and Present According to

Georgette Bourgeois, artiste peintre”

 Lieu / location: CAFÉ C’EST LA VIE

785 rue Main St, Moncton, N.B.

 Date: vendredi le 16 août, 2019 / Friday, August 16th, 2019

 Temps: 13h30 à 14h30 / Time: 1:30 till 2:30

 

Debbie Brady Photo Art Exhibit

Oyster Art© Fine Art Exhibit

See one-of-a-kind pieces of contemporary art celebrating our famous Malpeque oysters. These abstract pieces reveal an authentic, miniature Island landscape hidden in a small section of shell. The photography exhibit will be held July 31, 4:30–6:30pm at Valley Pearl Oysters. Fittingly, the one-day exhibition coincides with opening day of the 35th Annual Oyster Festival, which pays tribute to the Island’s renowned molluscs that inspired the Oyster Art collection. Unlimited and Limited Edition pieces will be on display as photographic artist Debbie Brady unveils brand new additions to her collection. For anyone who wants to appreciate the journey taken to create these pieces of art, Debbie will be on hand to share her artistic passion and insights. See the current pieces at www.oysterart.ca and be sure not to miss the exhibit to catch the unveiling of new additions to the collection. Intrigued by a piece? You could make it part of your own collection.