A MESSAGE FROM OUR ORGANIZERS

Dear supporters of the Arts Atlantic Symposium,

On April 24, New Brunswick’s Premier Blaine Higgs announced that large public gatherings such as festivals and concerts are prohibited through Dec. 31, 2020. Sadly, this decision draws a line through our Atlantic Art Symposium planning for Oct. 14-18, 2020.

In response to this announcement, the symposium — a multidisciplinary art festival and conference celebrating the challenges and successes of professional artists in Atlantic Canada — is being postponed to the fall of 2021 with dates to be determined.

We would like to thank our sponsors and community supporters for the enthusiasm that they have already expressed for this bold endeavour. We look forward to collaborating with you all on the 2021 edition of this exciting event.

If you have any questions, please contact info@artslinknb.com.

Be safe. Be well. Let the arts enfold you in these challenging times.

*POSTPONED DUE TO COVID-19*

Arts Atlantic

Symposium

The largest multidisciplinary art festival and conference ever held in Atlantic Canada

2020

what is

ARTS ATLANTIC

Produced by not for profit professional arts organization ArtsLink NB, the Arts Atlantic Symposium is a multi-day conference and festival that will celebrate the tenacity and creativity of professional artists, and will explore the unique challenges they face in the Atlantic region.  

This event aims to dispel myths — and perhaps create some new mythology — as well as investigate the past, present, and future of art born out of the Atlantic provinces.

The programming of the three-day conference is designed to build connections among artists of all disciplines, develop new audiences, and revel in the perspective of the Atlantic region’s art.

2020 Marquee

speakers

Nikki
Payne

ENTERTAINER

This Gemini nominated comedian turned fine arts student shares her story of taking risks and how they’ve paid off.

Cory
Bowles

multidisciplinary artist

A Canadian Screen Award winner and proud Nova Scotian, Cory is a celebrated director, musician, actor and choreographer.

Schedule OF EVENTS

Schedule

OF EVENTS

time

content

speakers

08:00 PM
to
09:00 AM

Registration With Coffee

09:00 PM
to
09:30 AM

How to create successful SEO and SMM. theory and practical experience.

magit_team6

Lora O’Dale

Designer

09:30 PM
to
10:30 AM

5 Tips for Refreshing Website Copy. Revisit Business and Website Goals

magit_team5

Joshua Barnsmith

Designer

10:30 PM
to
11:00 AM

Coffee Break

11:00 AM
to
13:30 PM

Understanding and implementing modern design ideas to clients needs.

magit_team6

Lora O’Dale

Designer
magit_team7

Jane Robbins

Designer
magit_team8

Adan Smith

Designer

13:30 PM
to
14:30 PM

Dinner

14:30 PM
to
15:30 AM

What Makes a Great Mobile App Development Team to Succeed

magit_team5

Adam O’Dale

Designer

15:00 AM
to
13:30 PM

Trend Watch: Exploring the Potential of Chatbot Banking and other trends.

magit_team6

Nathan James

Designer
magit_team7

Jane Robbins

Designer

BOOK YOUR room

book YOUR

ROOM

Located in the heart of historic Uptown Saint John, Delta Saint John – the official hotel for the Arts Atlantic Symposium – allows guests to easily walk to the city’s most popular attractions including the Saint John City Market, New Brunswick Museum and King’s Square. Guest rooms boast pillow top mattresses and complimentary Wi-Fi. Book now as rooms are limited!

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Touch




Visit our Office:

89 Canterbury St., Suite 300 Saint John, NB, E2L 2C7

Send us an Email:

symposium@artlinksnb.com

Call Us:

(506) 646-1832