This face-on view of the old Charlotte Street School shows the oldest section of the building, which dates from 1884. It was designed by James C. Dumaresq of Halifax, who also designed the New Brunswick legislature, and Harry H. Mott of Saint John.
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A successful two-day music festival wrapped up this year with all of its performers receiving significant prizes. The 3rd annual New Brunswick Musicians Emerge festival (NB-ME), held at the Charlotte Street Arts Centre this past November 15th and 16th, showcased eight different emerging music groups from the province. The groups all walked away with support for their budding music careers, including:
• Betty Time (NB/ Sydney, NS) took home a 3-song Professional Recording Package from 2 Dogs Productions;
• Celestial Sunrise (Minto, NB) scored a Promotional Package, including a session recording, national promotional campaign and more from CHSR 97.9FM;
• Adam Mowery (Saint John, NB/ Halifax, NS) was granted a Performing Spot in the 2014 Shivering Songs Festival by Graeme Walker and Zach Atkinson from Shivering Songs;
• Goofetroope (Fredericton, NB) was selected for a Performing Spot in Follyfest 2014 supported by Picaroons Traditional Ales and Feels Good;
• The Waking Night (Fredericton, NB) won a One Week Truck Rental to do a music tour of NB & a set of Sabian Cymbals thanks to Trius Truck Centre and Sabian Cymbals;
• David R. Elliott (Saint John, NB) secured a Mini Music Tour of NB, opening for a headlining act produced by Graeme Walker, supported by Picaroons Traditional Ales;
• Pastel Skeleton (Fredericton, NB) gets to enjoy a Gift Certificate for Tony’s Music Box to purchase some gear, made possible by UP 93.1 FM;
• Shorty Tubbs (Fredericton, NB) will be featured in a Music Video produced by Tim Rayne, with gear and support from the NB Filmmakers’ Co-op, also made possible by UP 93.1 FM.
The Charlotte Street Arts Centre congratulates the musicians and thanks everyone, including: MC Bondo of CHSR 97.9FM, MC Trevor Muxworthy of the Fredericton United Comedy Collective, UP 93.1 FM, Sean Dunbar and staff of Picaroons Traditional Ales, Mike George and everyone at Tony’s Music Box, Randy Wheaton at Trius Truck Centre, Luis Cordoso at Sabian Cymbals, Graeme Walker and Zach Atkinson at Shivering Songs, Tim Rayne and Cat & Tony at the NB Filmmakers’ Co-op, Feels Good, 2 Dog Productions, Lakeview Inns & Suites, Musique NB Music, The Capital Complex, the City of Fredericton, SOCAN Foundation, the 2012 River Jam fundraiser and the Fredericton Community Foundation.
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In five short years, the Charlotte Street Arts Centre has become an essential part of our city's vibrant cultural life, and proof that the arts are fundamental to a community's soul.
- Mayor Brad Woodside
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The Charlotte Glencross Scholarship
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