18 April – 13 June, 2010
Invisible Worlds: Toby Graser, Suzanne Hill, Kathy Hooper. Organized by the Beaverbrook Art Gallery
These stones – this sea, dreaming PAINTING by Donald Andrus. Organized by Confederation Centre Art Gallery
Studio Watch Emerging Artist Series – Greg Klassen: Constructed Photographic Portraits. Organized by the Beaverbrook Art Gallery
That’s right, some things in life are free!!
The Gallery has a large number of exhibition brochures, catalogues, etc. which it would be pleased to give away to a good home. If anyone out there would be interested in such items please contact Laurie Glenn Norris at the Beaverbrook Art Gallery. She would be pleased to show you what is available for the taking. Laurie can be reached at (506) 458-2024 or email@example.com
Monday: 9AM- 5:30PM (January 1 – May 31 the Gallery is closed on Mondays)
Tuesday: 9AM- 5:30PM
Wednesday: 9AM- 5:30PM
Thursday: 9AM- 9PM (“pay as you wish” from 5:30 PM- 9PM)
Friday: 9AM- 5:30PM
Saturday: 9AM- 5:30PM
Sundays & Holidays: 12 Noon- 5:30PM
Please note that throughout 2010 the Beaverbrook Art Gallery is undergoing Phase I of a revitalization project. Construction will be taking place both inside and outside the building. We appreciate your patience during this time as we work towards better enriching life through art.
Thursday January 14, 2010
- 7PM Ex Libris: The Gallery Reading Group – The Immaculate Deception by Iain Pears
Moderator Jennifer Pazienza is an artist, educator and currently a professor in the Faculty of Education at the University of New Brunswick. Jennifer holds a Bachelor of Education in Art Education from the William Patterson College of New Jersey, and a M.Ed. and Ph.D. in Art Education from Pennsylvania State University.
- 7PM-9 PM – Thursday Night ART sessions for adults.
Starting Thursday January 14 Fredericton artist Marcus Kingston will instruct the Gallery’s popular Thursday Night ART sessions for adults. The classes are held from 7 PM to 9 PM each Thursday evening.
Students will feel engaged and inspired to create in these comfortable and fun evening classes. Participants will work with anything from paints, inks, pastels, clay, charcoal, mixed media and salvaged objects. Paintings and drawings will make way for sculptures and collage. Marcus believes in bringing creativity and thought out of all his students, no matter what level of artistic ability. If you would like to sharpen skills you already have or simply play with color and line, join us on Thursday evenings at the Beaverbrook Art Gallery.
Starting Thursday January 14, Fredericton artist Marcus Kingston will instruct the Gallery’s popular Thursday Night ART sessions for adults. The classes are held from 7 PM to 9 PM each Thursday evening. Marcus will focus on drawings and painting.
- About Marcus: Marcus Kingston is an artist here in the capital city, and a graduate of Mount Allison University. His work looks at the beauty and importance of historic architecture, and the need to preserve it for future generations. Marcus likes his works to be both realistic and abstract. He gets a lot of his inspiration from the multitude of period homes, churches and historic sites right here in Fredericton. Kingston’s current show, Views of Fredericton, can be seen at the Blue Door Restaurant. This is the latest show in the Emerging Artist Series put together by Ingrid Mueller Art Concept and The Blue Door restaurant owners Chris and Debbie Black.
Family Art workshops are offered on the second Sunday every month, 2 pm to 4 pm, with educator and art specialist Jane Stewart, MEd. Come experience the art in the gallery and create a masterpiece yourself! $5 per person/$15 for a family of 4. Gallery members/free. All materials included.
Teen Art Zone Teens are invited to come to the Gallery on the last Sunday of every month between 2 pm and 4 pm and experiment with painting, drawing and printmaking with educator and art specialist Jane Stewart, MEd. Free of charge.
For further information on workshops for adults and children contact Adda Mihailescu at (506) 458-2032 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Current Temporary Exhibitions
Until 10 January, 2010
Celebrating 40 Years: New Brunswick Art Bank Anniversary Exhibition
Organized by the New Brunswick Art Bank
In the Gallery Shop
- Special 50th Anniversary Commemorative Limited Edition Print by Tom Forrestall So Many Look and So Few See, 2009 5-colour lithograph – edition of 50 – $750 unframed / $1000 framed
- Richard Flynn Reproduction Prints Richard has captured the moment of our 50th anniversary on September 16, 2009 – Now you can bring it home! $100 unframed