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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Upcoming Centre Events

CALL TO ARTISTS: EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST FOR PARTICIPATION--ARTIFACT (RE)MAKE PROJECT

Monday, July 7, 2014 -
Monday, July 7, 2014
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Emerging Moon in the Penny Gallery, curated by Meagan Fanjoy

Thursday, August 28, 2014 -
Thursday, August 28, 2014
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ARTIF(R)ACTURE by Craig Smith Dow

Friday, September 19, 2014 -
Friday, September 19, 2014
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CHARLOTTE STREET ARTS CENTRE ANNOUNCES NEW EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR

The Board of Directors of the Charlotte Street Arts Centre is pleased to announce Kate Rogers as the organization’s new Executive Director.

Kate Rogers has been involved in the arts and culture sector as an arts administrator, consultant and advocate for almost 20 years. With a master’s degree in Political Science, she has lent her professional expertise to advancing culture at the local, provincial and national level. She is the past Executive Director of the NB Crafts Council, a founding co-chair of the Fredericton Arts Alliance, an advisor to ArtsLink NB, a member of the New Brunswick College of Craft and Design Advisory Committee and a member of the Fredericton Playhouse Board of Directors. As a Fredericton City Councillor for College Hill/ East Downtown, Kate serves as Chair of the city's Arts and Culture Advisory Committee and is a strong proponent for enhancing all aspects of city life through the infusion and promotion of arts and culture.

Rogers' relationship with the Charlotte Street Arts Centre is long-standing. As one of the original group that lobbied the Province of New Brunswick to turn over the Charlotte Street School to the community for use as an arts centre, she was part of the visioning and planning for its use. She was formative in the creation of Fredericton Arts & Learning, Inc. and supportive of efforts to renovate the school and establish the Charlotte Street Arts Centre. Under Kate's direction, the NB Crafts Council was an early tenant of the building. As a consultant, Kate worked on the design of the centre's Culture Garden. As a community member, she has been involved as an organizer and participant in CSAC programming.

Kate values the important role that the Charlotte Street Arts Centre plays in the cultural fabric of the city and province. Through community-based exhibitions, educational programming, and exposure of emerging to professional artists, the CSAC is an integral component of the community's creative life. Kate welcomes the opportunity to work with the CSAC’s board of directors, tenants, artists and the community to fulfill its mission of being a focal point for creation, presentation and education in the arts. 

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 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 of Fredericton, Hon. Brad Woodside

 

The good quality of the [Auditorium] facility made our recording stand out from others.

- Vivian Ni, First Place Winner, American Protégé International Piano & Strings Competition 2014

Our 175-seat auditorium is a venue for performing arts with stage lighting and a professional sound system. It is also available for weddings, meetings, conferences, and other events. See Centre Events for coming attractions.

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The Charlotte Glencross Scholarship

Fredericton Arts & Learning created an arts scholarship in 2009 to honour the late Charlotte Glencross, using donations to the organization made in Charlotte's memory. The $1000 award for professional development in the arts is administered yearly by the Charlotte Street Arts Centre.

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