Join us on May 1st at 8:00 pm to see what’s stirring this spring among Connexion’s members! From easter grasses to grocery lists, some of the featured artists have been experimenting with uncustomary mediums, while others continue to impress with their honed skills in drawing and painting. Lament the canned fish snacks of New Brunswick’s past, meditate on the poetics of a broken skateboard, or the organic effects of paint reacting to silicone. Our members are so talented! The Spring 2018 Members Group Show is on display now until May 7, 2018.

Works by: Peter Bleumortier, Michael A. Doucet, Alex Kennedy, Christina Lovegrove-Thomson, Paul MacNeil, Kevin Melanson, Mel McMichael, Chrissie Park-MacNeil, Jared Peters, Kelly Pleau, Dawn Steeves, and Kasie Wilcox.

Reception begins at 8:00 PM on May 1st, 2018 at 732 Charlotte Street in Fredericton.

Free admission. Refreshments provided. All are welcome to attend.




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Accessibility Notes
Connexion is located in room 129 & 130. We are fully accessible via elevator from the new ground floor entrance located on the right side of the building, approaching from Charlotte Street. There is an all-genders, wheelchair accessible washroom on site, located on the second floor, and two sets of gendered washrooms, each equipped with a wheelchair accessible stall, located on the first and second floors. Please call (506) 478-4484 or email info@connexionarc.org if you require assistance or have any questions.

Connexion ARC respectfully acknowledges the land on which we operate as the traditional unceded territory of the Wolastoqiyik/Wəlastəkwiyik (Maliseet) and Mi’kmaq Peoples. This territory is covered by the “Treaties of Peace and Friendship” which Wolastoqiyik/Wəlastəkwiyik (Maliseet) and Mi’kmaq Peoples first signed with the British crown in 1726. The treaties did not deal with surrender of lands and resources but in fact recognized Mi’kmaq and Wolastoqiyik/Wəlastəkwiyik (Maliseet) title and established the rules for what was to be an ongoing relationship between nations.