HERE article on Remember the Rage: Portraits of Lord Beaverbrook

“It’s sort of an historical show of all the portraits we have of him, showing the many guises of him, his dark side and his other side, the positive and negative,” said Graff, the gallery’s curator.

HERE recently featured an article by Jon MacNeill about our Remember the Rage: Portraits of Lord Beaverbrook exhibition – click here to read the article, or click here to read a bit more about the exhibition. Remember the Rage runs until June 10, as one of 4 brand new shows on display during our spring season.

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Comic: The story continues

Did our comic preview whet your appetite? The story continues in our Hot Pop Soup exhibtion catalogue, available for sale now!

As a bonus to our online fans: Be one of the first 50 people to redeem the attached coupon (on your phone or printed) for an extra 10% off your copy of the catalogue (on top of your membership discount), tonight (April 26, 2012) only from 4-9 PM.

 

It’s a busy day at the Gallery!

At 11am, we have a talk and tour of our new exhibition “Collecting Photography, Collecting the World,” with art enthusiasts and collectors Glenn & Emily McInnes (which is free to attend and open to the public), and from 5-7pm it’s our official opening for our 4 new exhibitions – and you’re invited!

Plus, it’s the last day to purchase tickets for the fishing trip to Larry’s Gulch, valued at $2,000. We’ll be announcing the lucky winner at the opening this evening.

Lecture on Photography: Thursday, April 26, 2012

The Beaverbrook Art Gallery invites you to a free tour and talk of Collecting Photography, Collecting the World with collectors and art enthusiasts Glenn and Emily McInnes, on Thursday April 26th at 11am.

For more information contact us at (506) 458-2028 or email us emailbag@beaverbrookartgallery.org

Comic Panel 5/5

[See previews #1, #2, #3, and #4]

Preview 5 of 5:

Here it is! Our curator is headed… around NB! (I wonder if he held his breath crossing that bridge?)


Interested in the rest of the story? Our Hot Pop Soup catalogue features a 16-page comic about the exhibition, and will be available for purchase starting tomorrow, April 26th!

Comic panel 4/5

[See previews #1, #2, and #3]

Preview 4 of 5 of a comic in our Hot Pop Soup catalogue:

As our adventurer hurtles past Atlantic landmarks, certain questions are unavoidable:

How will his Jag handle moving off the beaten path? What is his destination? And, more importantly, how much garlic butter would you need for a lobster that big?

Win a Fishing Trip for Two at Larry’s Gulch on April 26th / Gagnez un voyage de pêche pour deux à Larry’s Gulch le 26 avril

Win a Fishing Trip for Two at Larry’s Gulch on April 26th

 Raffle to support the Beaverbrook Art Gallery’s programs and services

 Fredericton, NB, April 24, 2012 – The Beaverbrook Art Gallery is pleased to offer a chance to win a fishing trip for two at Larry’s Gulch on the beautiful Restigouche River near Kedgwick, New Brunswick.

Politicians, celebrities and professional athletes, such as Prime Minister Brian Mulroney, President George H. W. Bush and late baseball player, Ted Williams, have all enjoyed the serenity of fishing for Atlantic salmon on the world-renowned Restigouche River. Guests of Larry’s Gulch have caught salmon in the 40 lb. range, while the largest ever caught on the Restigouche River weighed 70 lbs.

Larry’s Gulch lodge accommodates up to 16 people with a variety of private and shared rooms. Each room is equipped with its own bathroom, including shower or bathtub. Guests enjoy full home-cooked meals including local specialties like salmon and fiddleheads all while overlooking the magnificent river.

You only have two days left to purchase tickets for this amazing raffle price package! The draw will take place during the Spring Exhibitions Opening on Thursday, April 26 at 7:00 pm.

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