Win a Date with Dave Cave: The Cross-Country Reality Dating Comedy Show

Thursday, August 2nd - 8:00pm - Charlotte Street Arts Centre

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About the Show:

"Win a Date With Dave Cave" is an improvised reality comedy show, where the audience members are the contestants. Interested participants will fill out applications, be reviewed on stage, participate in challenges and, ultimately, compete to win a date with Dave. Men and Women welcome to apply! Fredericton is the third city stop in this cross-country experiment.

$10 tickets.

This is an 18+ Event. Tickets can be purchased at https://etixnow.com/events/dave-cave/aug-2-2018/charlotte-street-arts-centre

Bio:
Dave Cave is a performance artist who blends comedy, audience participation and reality show
elements. Previous shows include “Can Everyone In The Audience Tell Me What’s Wrong With Me?”, debuting at Peterborough Comedy Festival. Dave adapted his zine “Everybody Moon Jump” into a musical, which debuted at Canzine Festival of Independent Artists in Toronto. His other musicals include, "Madonna, What The Hell: A Worst Hit Musical" and “Lindsay Lohan’s ‘Speak’: A Classic Album Comes to Life”.
 

Come work with us!

Are you organized, friendly, and have a passion for the arts? The Charlotte Street Arts Centre is looking for a Community Manager to join our team. 

The Community Manager is responsible for developing and fostering community engagement at the Charlotte Street Arts Centre. The Community Manager is the first point of contact for the organization, and works with the Executive Director and the rest of the team to sustain and grow Fredericton’s vibrant arts and cultural community. The Community Manager attends to visitors and deals with inquiries on the phone, via email and face-to-face, supplying information regarding the organization to the general public, clients and customers. The Community Manager also attends to inquiries, scheduling and communications with regard to rental clients at the facility, as well as provides administrative support. The role requires very strong organizational skills, as well as flexibility and strong problem-solving skills.

Download the Community Manager Job Description here. Please email a Cover Letter and Resume to director@charlottestreetarts.ca by July 31st, 2018, with the subject heading 'Community Manager Position'. 

 

GIRLS ROCK CAMP

July 17, 2017

Girls Rock Camp 2017

Charlotte Street Arts Centre's very first rock camp for girls ages 11-18 this summer from August 21st-25th.  We are teaming up with amazing (wo)mentors from the local music community to offer five days of workshops, band practice and art based learning that will be capped off with a concert featuring our campers.  

If you know someone who might be interested in participating and would like more information on the camp, contact Eva at artreach@charlottestreetarts.ca

To Apply:
Google Form Application

Explorations: NBCCD Watercolour Exhibit

Explorations: NBCCD Watercolour Exhibit

April 11, 2017

Explorations : Watercolour and Collage

April 12 to May 8, 2017

 " As a Jewellery and metals student, working with watercolour was a challenge in the beginning as it is such a soft and unpredictable medium. After some time I learned how it could be used to influence a certain mood or feeling.  I really enjoy creating an alternative atmosphere or reality in my paintings."
Hillary Parlee

 Draw 2902: Watercolour is an elective course for First Year Diploma students as a complement to their Studio majors.   The students have already completed their Foundation Year covering fundamentals of art and design.  Then in their Diploma Years, their major focus is on their Studio work, but they also get to choose a few elective courses that introduce some different materials and approaches.

Watercolours are greatly admired for their fluidity and transparency, and for their sparkling, bold or delicate colours.  They are a joy to paint with, but not necessarily easy to handle.  The first part of this course presents traditional techniques to build some control with the medium.  The second part of the course, which everyone enjoys, allows for more experimenting and freedom, using different applications of the paint, mixing media, and some funky collage.

This exhibit showcases some paintings and collage work from the students in the fall 2017 class.  Their work displays their individuality.

Artists Exhibiting:

Melissa Booker
Rachel Egli
Frankie Francis
Kelsey Hines
Kyle Kirby
Emma McKinney
Catherine Padget
Hillary Parlee
Mary Piper
Lydia Porter
Amanda Smith
Anja Sucura
Jillian Trentowsky
Haley Kropf-MacDonald