Gallery 78’s New Work!—open until March 11— provides variety in the extreme while maintaining a strikingly cohesive air.
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The World Water Day series has been running at the UNB Art Centre every year for the past twelve years.
UNB’s new Heart to Heart group aims to foster a safe environment for educating students on Indigenous rights, histories, and ways of knowing in the hopes that better education can lead to reconciliation and a more equal society for everyone.
The constant movement through time, space, and genre kept the hour-and-a-half performance engaging and entertaining until the last performer recited their carefully practiced words.
This year UNB has chosen to honour a lesser-known part of Fredericton’s past—FIRE!
A leaked letter from June 2022 signed by local businesses to the Sussex City Council and mayor outlined their outrage at an “all ages drag show” to be featured in the city’s “Diversifest” event.
Bernie Langille Wants to Know What Happened to Bernie Langille: Opening Night of The Silver Wave Film Festival
Laying a poppy on a grave during Remembrance day leads to murder conspiracies and thoughtful exploration of generational trauma in Jackie Torrens’ Bernie Langille Wants to Know What Happened to Bernie Langille.
From grief and sadness to hope and comedy, Mark Jarman’s new collection of travel stories, Touch Anywhere to Begin, covers more than just physical ground.