New Brunswick’s Acadians remain Canada’s largest and strongest French speaking community outside of Québec. Culture. Bouctouche’s Le Pays de la Sagouine and the Kings Landing Historical Settlement in Prince William are, respectively, New Brunswick’s two most fascinating living museums to Acadian and Loyalist cultures.
A visit to New Brunswick is like a walk through history. From Irish culture to Native art, you can connect with the fabric of our province in many ways. A cross-cultural adventure story began very early in the land that would become New Brunswick.
New Brunswick's 107 municipalities ... Culture Education. Sir Howard Douglas Hall on the University of New Brunswick Fredericton campus, currently the oldest university building still in use in Canada. Public education in the province is ...
Culture. 2019-2022 Core Program Jury Call . Core Funding Program 2019-22. Call for Artists. ... An inventory of New Brunswick’s cultural facilities has been launched. Arts Organizations. Project Funding. Operational Funding . Cultural Industries. Fine Craft. Film, Television and New Media. Music. Writing and Publishing . Artists. New Brunswick
Los Angeles Comic Brings Musical Comedy Act to New Brunswick's Stress Factory . July 14, 2017 . Rutgers Contemplates The Gospel of Bruce Springsteen. Professor's Book Talk Examines Common Threads of "The Boss and The Bible" ... County Office of Culture and Heritage Chooses to Highlight 28th President .
Arts & Culture in New Brunswick NJ New Brunswick But that’s nothing new – the city was the location of the country’s first intercollegiate football game, Rutgers versus Princeton, in 1869.
New Jersey Film Festivals. Rutgers students with a passion for film can take in screenings, participate in discussions, and help plan the festival. New Jersey Folk Festival. The oldest continuously running folk festival in New Jersey takes place each year on the New Brunswick Campus, with music, food, and crafts.
Here in New Brunswick, we’re blessed with fresh seafood, the warmest salt water in Canada, the world’s highest tides, Acadian culture, untouched nature, musical talent, and countless hidden gems throughout the province… but what’s happiness if it’s not shared? So we called some friends and headed west.
New Brunswick Cultural Center’s mission is to stimulate the cultural development and economic growth of arts and entertainment in New Brunswick through the enhancement, preservation, maintenance and effective administration of existing and future venues that service the primary constituent base of the New Brunswick Cultural Center.
New Brunswick Jazz Project - Michael Bond Michael Bond is originally from Princeton, NJ. He is a recent graduate of Rutgers University in both Music Education and Jazz Studies.