The Thing That Happened Catalogue Now Available

Posted on December 1, 2015 by Claire Shiplett

Interested in ordering the Exhibition Catalogue? 32 pages featuring full-colour, high quality photographs of all pieces from the New Brunswick Crafts Council exhibition and artist statements, as well as a note from Alison Murphy, NBCC Executive Director and Curatorial Essay by Maegen Black. With work by Beth Biggs, Brigitte Clavette, Bob & Rachel Morouney, Trish Hirschkorn, Natasha Miller, Helen Stanley, Denise Violette Michaud, Monique Bujold-Brown, Karen LeBlanc, William Robinson, Sarah Doherty, Jackie Bourque, Chris Doiron, Wendy Johnston, Christopher Harding, Kristen Bishop, Karen Knight, Julie Rosvall, Margaret Capper, Ghita Levin, and Alison Murphy.

Maegen Black, Curator:
In the field of craft, where technical skill, traditional practices, and choice of material are commonly listed as the defining characteristics of the art form, the unsung hero is often the story. Each descriptor plays a critical role in the creation and the discussion, but the fact of the matter is that craft simply wouldn’t be craft without all these factors rolled into one. They speak to each other, they reference each other, and they are intrinsically tied together once each piece is complete.

Call for Work by Aboriginal Artists & Craftspeople: “Sharing Stories”

Posted on November 27, 2015 by Claire Shiplett

Sharing Stories is a group exhibition that aims to share and celebrate visual art and fine craft by Aboriginal artists from the Atlantic Region, presented by the Aboriginal Crafts & Culture Collective. We invite you to tell your story, share your techniques and traditions, express your creative spirit, communicate your experiences and celebrate artistic communities through Sharing Stories, so that your voices and visions can be heard and shared.