Championing professional craft.
We value high quality, handmade & local.
Celebrate craft, meet the makers, embrace the unique, buy local, and support New Brunswick creative talent!
The Craft NB Summer Fest, presented by Craft is coming to Village of Gagetown July 3rd.
Featuring contemporary and traditional fine craft from New Brunswick master craftspeople working in wood, ceramics, metal, jewelry, fibre, painting, leather and more! Activies will include live craft demos, food trucks, a fibre animal petting zoo by Grimross Farm, live music and more. Public Admission will be by-donation.
Apply for Craft East’s Virtual Show!
Are you an emerging craftsperson interested in wholesaling your work? With funding provided by the Government New Brunswick, Craft NB will be hosting a wholesale readiness workshop and guiding you through the process.
Shop Craft NB
Supporting local crafts people just got even easier! Our online shop allows you to browse the fine craft creations of the skilled and talented craftspeople of Craft NB.
Stay tuned for our next Jury Session in the Fall!
Ready to take your career to the next step? Craft NB’s Juried Membership is for professional crafts people of New Brunswick. Juried Membership includes opportunities to sell your work through our festivals, craft shows, exhibitions, as well as host your very own online storefront through Shop Craft NB.
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Stay up to date with Craft in New Brunswick and see our latest opportunities along with upcoming festivals, craft shows, exhibitons and more!
A recap of the March newsletter from Craft NB. Updates on calls to entry and opportunities from the province of New Brunswick and across Canada.
Discover locally made fine craft! Craft NB's Summer Fest is coming to the Village of Gagetown July...
We’re now three months into having our own online platform! This has been an exciting and admittedly huge learning curve for us here at Craft NB. As you’re likely aware, this is not something simply to get us through Covid…
Want to become Juried Member
of Craft NB?
Jury Sessions occur twice yearly in the Spring and the Autumn. Stay tuned for announced dates! Apply during our next Jury Session in the Autumn of 2021 and become a part of a local community of professional craftspeople and craft enthusiasts.
Craft NB is the oldest Canadian provincial crafts council, and we offer a variety of memberships for the craft enthusiast, the professional craftsperson, students and emerging artisans. Learn how you can become part of New Brunswick’s growing fine craft community.
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Fill out your information below to stay up to date with Craft NB’s events and Regular Craft NB activities include sales and festivals, tradeshows, exhibitions and publications, awards, lectures, residency programs, jurying and standards and workshops.
As a General Member, joining Craft NB entitles you to participate in the cultural heritage of our province at a fundamental level.
You will have access to the community of active professional craftspeople, their events, exhibitions, workshops and information sources. You can receive discounts and free passes and add your voice to the decision making processes that guide this longstanding tradition of authenticity and integrity which life in the crafts inspires.
For the professional craftsperson, joining Craft NB entitles you to participate in the cultural heritage of our province at a fundamental level.
You will become a part of a lively community of professional craftspeople and craft enthusiasts and have the opportunity to participate and engage in the events, exhibitions, workshops and information sources. By joining Craft NB you can take advantage of many membership benefits including discounts and passes, a health insurance plan designed specifically for artists, advice on funding opportunities, input on future programs and workshops, and access to various provincial, national and international opportunities
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