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.
The collection’s title story, ‘The Whole Animal,’ is one of the few stories that delve into human relations with literal animals, as a young couple attempt to become vegans after they manage to eat their favourite animal products for the last time.
Drawing elements of inspiration for this fiction from her own life, her experience with anxiety and depression at a young age, and the veil of silence that came from a lack of discussions surrounding mental health issues.
Shakespeare’s Henry V presents a historical recount of the young King’s ascent to the throne and his willingness to assert his authority and strengthen the loyalty of his subjects.
The Brunswickan sat with Priess for an interview on April 3rd. Our talk ranged from the nature of real-life intelligence, his book-writing process, current events, and even his dog, the Twitter famous Ollie.
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.
“We laughed, cried, fished, smoked cigars, even drank.. We spent our time well.”
The AR(T)CHIVES exhibition is a must-see for those inclined towards history, art, or an intersection of the two while providing a taste of what PANB houses in their collections.