Beneath the Surface | Residency Oct 3-8

October 3-8 we will be taking 20 selected artists to Fundy National Park for the Beneath the Surface residency! We have five days of activities ready, and accommodations are all set.  Fundy National Park interpreter Dan Sinclair will be leading us through most of the week, and we are pleased to have curator Vicky Lentz joining us as well!

We just posted a blog about Vicky, check it out at the link below!

The Studio Series | Coming Soon

We spent some time over the last few weeks visiting some of our juried members in their studios all over New Brunswick. We had a great time seeing the behind the scenes and catching up with our members! Stay tuned to see what’s going to come of this project!

Christmas Festival | Register now!

Juried members – Christmas Festival registration is filling up! Make sure you get your registration in before it’s too late! Sign into your account to register!
Deadline: October 31st.

Shop Craft NB | New Merch Coming Soon!

Anne has been working with Anna from Sunnybank Printhouse in Quispamsis to develop a new merch design which will be available for purchase later this fall.  Rumor has it that some new products will also be available!

New Shop Alert!

We are super pleased to welcome Emily McCumber of the Spinner Weaver to Shop Craft NB! She’s got some beautiful work up for grabs already, so check it out!

Craft NB | Board Features

This month we are featuring our board secretary – Heather McCaig!

Heather McCaig was raised in Toronto and London, Canada. In her early 20s she began growing roots with her husband, Nick McCaig, near Sussex, New Brunswick. A full time flameworked glassblower since 2013, she is entirely self-taught and is the forerunner of flameworked fine art in Atlantic Canada.

“I want the viewer to be immersed in the intricate glass sculpting details and reflect on how we are a part of nature, not above it. I hope to portray how fragile our world is and inspire a need for its protection.”

​Happy to have you back for another year, Heather!

A Congratulations Is In Order!

Craft NB wants to send a huge congratulations to Events Coordinator Fatema Pagdiwala, and her family for officially becoming Canadian citizens!  Fatema and her family came to Canada in 2018 from Dubai and we are incredibly thankful that they did! If you haven’t met Fatema – she is truly a ray of sunshine in human form.  Canada is a better place with you in it, Fatema! Congrats!
If you want to congratulate Fatema, I’m sure she would love to receive an email from you at!

In Other News

Sunbury Shores | Call for Exhibition Proposals

Call for Exhibition Proposals for January – December 2023. The application deadline is October 30, 2022.

Professional, emerging artists and artist teams working in all mediums are invited to submit proposals for solo, group, and/or curated exhibitions. SSANC exhibitions are designed to elevate, enrich and develop the arts and showcase a range of media to support artists of all levels and from all communities. For more detailed information, contact Caroline Walker – Artistic Director at Our exhibits, programs, and events aim to improve the quality of life in our community by renewing our capacity for dialogue and understanding.

ArtsNB | Upcoming deadlines

ArtsNB has a couple of deadlines coming up October 1st!


The Creation Grant program is designed to provide assistance to professional New Brunswick artists for the research, development and execution of original projects in the arts. Creation Grants are intended to allow artists to devote some or most of their time to research and creative production.

The Documentation Grant Program is designed to provide assistance to New Brunswick arts professionals and professional artists for the research, development, and execution of original documentation and contextualization (written, film, video, multimedia) of arts activities, arts products or art history. Documentation grants are intended to foster theoretical and critical discourse in the arts. Preference will be given to proposals concerning New Brunswick art or artists.

Salt Springs Art Prize | Artist in Residency Program 

SALT SPRING ARTS – Artist in Residence (AiR) Program

  • 6 weeks on a picturesque 4-acre property on Salt Spring Island
  • 560 sq. ft. studio space
  • 200 sq. ft. open plan cabin
  • 1200 book reference library
  • $1,000 (CAD) honorarium
  • Passionate, supportive + curious art community
  • Unplug and focus on creativity in this rural setting

DEADLINE – October 31, 2022

$30 (CAD) Application Fee