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Fredericton photographer wants to ‘push the artform forward’

Fredericton-based photographer Gary Weekes likes to look at his art as “slightly askew” as a way to make it stand out. Weekes won the Research...

Tony-nominated Amber Gray gives up being a goddess on Broadway after six-years

Amber Gray stepped on the Broadway stage of Hadestown as Persephone for the last time on Feb. 18. She played Persephone for over six...

Essential workers honoured through portraits in an exhibit coming to Fredericton

David Champagne lives in Maisonette, a little community on the Acadian Peninsula. At the beginning of the pandemic, Champagne and some of his fellow...

Banners honouring members of the Black community line the streets of Fredericton

For the second year in a row, the University of New Brunswick Arts Centre is recognizing Black History Month by lining Regent and Westmorland...

NBCCD presents ‘Debacle’: Letting go of perfection

Sitting together in a room this past December, a group of instructors at the New Brunswick College of Craft and Design felt weighed down...

New Fredericton Public Library program makes music lessons free and accessible to all

A stroll through downtown Fredericton reveals a city steeped in music – from the Tipsy Muse Café open mics to live music from The...
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Photo Essay: Artists sale promotes Indigenous art, businesses

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