Bringing Cultural Sector Workers Together

February 15, 2016

Media Release




Culture Connect Fredericton Bringing Cultural Sector Workers Together

FREDERICTON, N.B. - The city’s second Culture Connect event, a networking and learning opportunity for Fredericton’s cultural workers, will take place on Wednesday April 13th, 3 p.m.- 5 p.m. at the Fredericton Playhouse.

The event is open to anyone who considers themselves to be a working in the cultural and creative sectors in the Fredericton region. It builds on the first, and very successful, Culture Connect Fredericton event which took place in August, attracting 100 people.

“This is a great opportunity for our community’s cultural workers to come together and develop as a community of practice,” says Tim Yerxa, Executive Director of the Fredericton Playhouse. “It’s important that we not only build stronger ties within our sector, but that we collectively recognize our day-to-day effort as a significant positive contributor to the region’s health and economic vitality. A healthy cultural sector is important to population growth and community vibrancy, which is key to economic prosperity.”

The event will include networking activities and discussions along with short presentations from the Fredericton Playhouse, Solo Chicken Productions/the coop, ArtsLink NB, and Fredericton’s new Cultural Laureate – Ian LeTourneau.

Full Schedule and Registration

About Culture Connect Fredericton
Culture Connect Fredericton is a new initiative designed to encourage the development of professional networking opportunities for people working in the cultural and creative sectors in our community. Culture Connect is a partnership between The Fredericton Playhouse, the City of Fredericton, the Charlotte Street Arts Center and Ignite Fredericton.

Media Contact:
Kate Rogers, Executive Director
Charlotte Street Arts Centre