A total of twelve (12) grants were awarded, amounting to $25,000.
The New Brunswick Arts Board (artsnb) has released the results of its August 1, 2020 competition. Grants totaling $25,000 were awarded by a jury of professional artists for the Arts Infrastructure Grants for New and Emerging Artists.
Charline Collette | Campbellton | Craft | $1900
Izabella Fagan | Quispamsis | Visual Arts | $1300
Sarah Harrigan | Saint John | Music | $2300
Mark Kleyn | Fredericton | Music | $1100
Arianna Martinez | Fredericton | Media Arts | $2300
Heather McCaig | Markhamville | Craft | $2300
Dawn Merritt | Tay Creek | Craft | $2300
Annie France Noël | Moncton | Visual Arts | $2300
Sabarah Pilon | Fredericton | Music | $2300
Tracey Richard | Moncton | Media Arts | $2300
Joanna Richardson | Fredericton | Craft | $2300
Anne Stillwell | Keswick Ridge | Visual Arts | $2300
25 applications were submitted. 12 grants were awarded with an applicant success rate of 48%.
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.
Learn more about artsnb’s various programs and declines by visiting artsnb.ca