Grants totaling $24,656 were awarded by a jury of professional artists for the Arts Infrastructure Grants for New and Emerging Artists.
(Fredericton, NB) – The New Brunswick Arts Board (artsnb) has released the results of its August 1, 2021 competition. Grants totaling $24,656 were awarded by a jury of professional artists for the Arts Infrastructure Grants for New and Emerging Artists.
Patrick Allaby | Sackville | Literary Arts | $2156
Dillon Anthony | Blissfield | Media Arts | $2500
Rebecca Blankert | Fredericton | Multidisciplinary | $2500
Renata Britez | Fredericton | Craft | $2500
Sarah Hebert | Quispamsis | Craft | $2500
Laura Lamey | Grand Barachois | Visual Arts | $2500
Cat LeBlanc | Fredericton | Music | $2500
Lee McLean | New Maryland | Craft | $2500
Angie Richard | Moncton | Media Arts | $2500
Jack Symonds | Moncton | Multidisciplinary | $2500
The Arts Infrastructure Grants for New and Emerging Artists program is designed to provide one-time capital improvement or equipment acquisition grants to emerging New Brunswick artists or newly arrived immigrants to acquire tools and equipment or improve their facilities and infrastructures to strengthen their long-term capacity to create work. To learn more about the Arts Infrastructure Grants for New and Emerging Artists, visit the ArtsNB website.
The New Brunswick Arts Board is an arm’s length arts funding agency with a legislated mandate to facilitate and promote the creation of art as well as administering funding programs for professional artists in the province. Most of the funding for these programs is provided through the province’s Arts Development Trust Fund and by the Department of Tourism, Heritage and Culture.