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Permanent display tells the fascinating story of the Mi'kmaq, French, Acadian and Scottish heritage of the Restigouche region. Various exhibits featuring contemporary artists.
Cultural space dedicated to the creation and diffusion of the arts; workshops, activities and concerts in various artistic fields.
Fine art gallery featuring original paintings, photography, wood burning, and driftwood creations. Explore the works of over 20 local artists in a historical home.
Located in the lobby of City Hall, the Moncton Gallery exhibits the work of predominantly local and regional artists.
Gallery open year-round (free admission) offering the best of New Brunswick visual arts in the St. John River Valley. Exhibits and artistic events.
Studio on the Marsh promotes the work of wildlife artist Lars Larsen and that of other fine artists in the area.
Where art meets people; a mix of visual art, dance, exhibitions, workshops, performances, music and film, artists’ studios and cultural organizations.
Artist-run centre featuring contemporary art by regional, national and international artists, and a diverse program including exhibitions, residencies, festivals, workshops, and youth programming.
Instrumental in the Acadian Renaissance in visual arts and for art in the community, this gallery presents contemporary work by Acadian and other Canadian artists.
Arts and culture centre offering art exhibits, workshops and cultural activities in a restored, early-1900s heritage building in the heart of Sussex. Local food restaurant.
Waterfront gallery displaying original works of art by northern New Brunswick artists. Watercolour, pottery, drawing and more. Art workshops are offered on-site.
This Saint John art gallery is the region’s leading gallery for arts and crafts, representing over 70 mid-career New Brunswick artists.
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