Suzanne Hill: Singular

Until 16 April 2017: Suzanne Hill: Singular exhibition at the New Brunswick Museum.
Produced by the New Brunswick Museum, the exhibition includes mixed media works and installations. Through the artwork, Hill presents a thought-provoking interpretation of the singularity of the life of human beings. At the same time, the exhibition is complemented by responses from contemporary literature and dance, highlighting the interconnectivity of cultural forms, in art and everyday life. Five installations, like the fingers on a single hand, express Suzanne Hill’s exploration of the idea of existing apart from others. “We are all islands” is the premise around which Suzanne Hill centres her most recent body of work, Singular. Rather than focus on the interconnection of all humanity, Hill proposes that each of us is defined as being clearly separate, the cumulative result of uniquely personal experiences as well as our particular actions and the decisions that we alone make. Thus while we may live in social situations and may interact, to lesser or great degrees with others, ultimately, we remain as parallel singularities delineated by the borders of our own perception and will.

Nurses Association of New Brunswick – 1916-2016 – One Hundred Years of Progress

Ongoing: Nurses Association of New Brunswick – 1916-2016 – One Hundred Years of Progress exhibition at the New Brunswick Museum.
The Nurses Association of New Brunswick marks its centennial this year. Discover the impact the Association has had on the profession in New Brunswick through this exhibition. Artifacts and photographs spanning one hundred years portray change and development in the nursing field, and the personal stories of those who worked in it.

For more information visit the New Brunswick Museum WEBSITE!

The Franklin Exploration Pop-Up Exhibit

On-going: Franklin Museum Network Pop-Up Exhibit – The Franklin Exploration at the New Brunswick Museum.
Led by Parks Canada and the Royal Ontario Museum, the Franklin Exploration Pop-up Exhibit highlights the story of the expedition as well as the discovery of HMS Erebus. This three year national project will share the story of the Franklin Expedition and its discovery through displays, video and public programmes.
The Franklin Expedition has fascinated generations of Canadians. Last seen entering Baffin Bay in August 1845, the disappearance of the Franklin Expedition’s two ships HMS Erebus and HMS Terror remains one of Canada’s greatest mysteries 170 years later.

For more information visit the New Brunswick Museum WEBSITE!

 

Always Loved, Never Forgotten: Death and Mourning in Acadia

Until January 8, 2017: Always Loved, Never Forgotten: Death and Mourning in Acadia exhibition at the New Brunswick Museum.

This exhibition was produced by Musée acadien de l’Université de Moncton. Curated by Deborah Robichaud, the exhibition traces the evolution of popular traditions and religious practices surrounding death in Acadia mid 19th-20th century.

For more information visit the New Brunswick Museum WEBSITE!

The Franklin Exploration

On-going: Franklin Museum Network Pop-Up Exhibit – The Franklin Exploration at the New Brunswick Museum.
Led by Parks Canada and the Royal Ontario Museum, the Franklin Exploration Pop-up Exhibit highlights the story of the expedition as well as the discovery of HMS Erebus. This three year national project will share the story of the Franklin Expedition and its discovery through displays, video and public programmes.
The Franklin Expedition has fascinated generations of Canadians. Last seen entering Baffin Bay in August 1845, the disappearance of the Franklin Expedition’s two ships HMS Erebus and HMS Terror remains one of Canada’s greatest mysteries 170 years later.

October 3rd – October 31st

9:00am – 5:00pm

To learn more about what’s going on at the New Brunswick Museum visit their WEBSITE!

Always Loved, Never Forgotten: Death and Mourning in Acadia

Until January 9, 2017: Always Loved, Never Forgotten: Death and Mourning in Acadia exhibition at the New Brunswick Museum.
This exhibition was produced by Musée acadien de l’Université de Moncton. Curated by Deborah Robichaud, the exhibition traces the evolution of popular traditions and religious practices surrounding death in Acadia mid 19th-20th century.

October 3rd, 2016 – January 9th, 2017

9:00am – 5:00pm

To learn more about what’s going on at the New Brunswick Museum visit their WEBSITE!

Marie Hélène Allain – Imagerie de l’héritière

Until 30 October 2016: Marie Hélène Allain – Imagerie de l’héritière exhibition at the New Brunswick Museum.
Marie Hélène Allain from Sainte-Marie-de-Kent is one of New Brunswick’s most acclaimed artists. Allain’s installation, Imagerie de l’héritière, is the culmination of forty-five years of creativity and is an evocative statement about belonging. Imagerie de l’héritière is arranged in three interrelated sections: an upturned tree trunk with a mass of natural and sculpted stones; a pair of tabletop works; and a grouping of seven separate tree trunk and stone sculptures.

October 3rd – October 30th

9:00am – 5:00pm

To learn more about what’s going on at the New Brunswick Museum visit their WEBSITE!

Nurses Association of New Brunswick – 1916-2016 – One Hundred Years of Progress

Ongoing: Nurses Association of New Brunswick – 1916-2016 – One Hundred Years of Progress exhibition at the New Brunswick Museum.
The Nurses Association of New Brunswick marks its centennial this year. Discover the impact the Association has had on the profession in New Brunswick through this exhibition. Artifacts and photographs spanning one hundred years portray change and development in the nursing field, and the personal stories of those who worked in it.

October 3rd – October 30th

9:00am – 5:00pm

To learn more about what’s going on at the New Brunswick Museum visit their WEBSITE!