Over the years, Aberdeen Cultural Centre has made itself known particularly for its role in the development of visual and media arts. While Aberdeen Cultural Centre wishes to maintain its ties to the heritage and history of our region, it also strives to promote a vision of contemporary Acadia. It has helped Acadia and New Brunswick progress through new forms of artistic expression while favouring encounters between the public and art.


  1. Beauxmont Album Launch

    21 June | 20:00


Aberdeen Cultural Centre includes a total of 27 structures, associations, galleries and artists’ studios spread over no less than four levels. A number of these are standing members of the cultural centre while others are tenants. All have distinct ways of functioning and offer their own independent activities. Visit their web pages to learn more!

French-speaking early childhood educational center located in downtown Moncton

Artiste visuelle

Photographie et encadrement

Galerie 12 is a cooperative of visual artists who present their works in exhibitions.

Galerie Sans Nom is an artist-run centre dedicated to the presentation of contemporary art.

Founded in 1979 DansEncorps, , produces dance shows and all other forms of professional stage art.

The Imago print workshop wishes to facilitate, promote and spread creation in the field of prints and printed art.

Atelier, où dans un déferlement d’idées, je m’affaire fermement à refaire le monde, autant que fer se peut.

An almost traditional bistro. French-inspired cuisine. By your chef-owner Michel Savoie.

The mission of the Festival international du cinéma francophone en Acadie (FICFA) is to promote and make francophone cinema accessible to Francophones and Francophiles in Atlantic Canada while making Acadian cinema known in Acadia and to French Canadian and international audiences.

To celebrate reading and writing by connecting authors with our bilingual community.

After-school care center for young people aged 5 to 12, which offers activities in the arts, crafts, theater, cooking, sports, music, etc.

The Acadian Association of Professional Artists of New Brunswick is an arts service organization that brings together professional artists. Its mission is to promote and defend the rights and interests of artists and to have their contribution to the development of society recognized.

Visual Artist


Visual Artist 

The mission of Music/Musique NB is to work collectively to develop the New Brunswick music industry by representing the music industry in all its particularities.

Founded in 1979, the DansEncorps School cultivates the art of dance without competition. The School offers recreational dance classes for ages 3+ and a pre-professional program for young people ages 8 to 18 looking for more advanced training.

Artist studio of Marjolaine Bourgeois, Annie France Noël and Blake Michel Morin.

Graphic designer

Known for dynamism, physical, blazing and baroque style of its shows, it has created 11 plays in 11 years.


The construction of Bernard LeBlanc Hall has finally allowed Aberdeen Cultural Centre to conceive its own creations through artists’ residencies. To date, three original performances have been produced, to the great pleasure of our audiences.

On a tous une Lydia Lee

Requiem For Radio

Cabaret Factum


In 2012, Aberdeen Cultural Centre launched its own festival in order to celebrate the Acadian National Holiday on August 15th and to also offer cultural programming that champions a modern and inclusive Acadia.


  • 140 Botsford Street, office 12, Moncton, New Brunswick
  • 506 857-9597
  • 506 857-2064
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