ABERDEEN CULTURAL CENTRE
A CREATIVE SPACE THAT BRINGS ARTISTS AND THE PUBLIC TOGETHER, WORKING FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF CONTEMPORARY ACADIA
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.
26 July - 24 September
18 September - 13 October
18 September - 13 October
23 September | 14:00 - 16:00
24 September | 19:30 - 22:30
21 October - 23 October
Moncton, NB, Thursday, July 15, 2021 – Organizers of the Acadie Rock festival and the 2024 Congrès mondial acadien (World Acadian Congress) are pleased to announce that a new televised
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!
Le Festival international du cinéma francophone en Acadie (FICFA) a pour mission de promouvoir et de rendre accessible le cinéma de la Francophonie aux francophones et aux francophiles de l’Atlantique tout en faisant connaître le cinéma acadien en Acadie et dans la Francophonie canadienne et internationale.
Centre de garde après-classe pour les jeunes de 5 à 12 ans, qui offre des activités dans les arts, bricolage, théâtre, cuisine, sport, musique etc..
L’Association acadienne des artistes professionnel.le.s du Nouveau-Brunswick est un organisme de services aux arts qui regroupe des artistes professionnel.le.s. Elle a pour mission de promouvoir et de défendre les droits et les intérêts des artistes et de faire reconnaître leur contribution au développement de la société.
Known for dynamism, physical, blazing and baroque style of its shows, it has created 11 plays in 11 years.
Collectif HAT consists of three artists with different backgrounds who share their skills to create art installations, experimental films, and VJ projections for live concerts.
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.
ACADIE ROCK FESTIVAL
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.