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CulturePass is your window into the artistic and cultural richness of the greater international Passamaquoddy region including Cobscook and Passamaquoddy Bays and the St. Croix River.

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Huntsman Marine Debris Art Contest

Huntsman Marine Science Center 1 Lower Campus Road, Saint Andrews

The #DebrisFreeFundy project would like your help to raise awareness about the importance of healthy oceans! We are hosting our second annual Marine Debris Art Contest- winners of the contest will have their artwork printed in our 2022 Marine Debris Calendar. Grab your art supplies and show us how marine debris impacts the Bay of Fundy and how you can help prevent marine debris!

Participants must be students in a New Brunswick public, private or homeschool (Kindergarten to Grade 12). Submissions must be entered by Friday, March 19th.
Please email Nicole.Waaler@huntsmanmarine.ca with any questions and to receive required contest instructions and forms.

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Covid Creations: Online Exhibition by Eastport Arts Center’s Washington Street Gallery

Online Event Anywhere you can connect to the internet, ME

Washington Street Gallery asked artists, "What have you created during the Covid-19 pandemic?" The works submitted in response, alongside artists' statements probing the act of creativity in these unusual times, comprise the Covid Creations online exhibition.

Many of the 45 works on view are available for sale directly by the artists; more information is available on the exhibition page here.

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Musically Mine

Online Event Anywhere you can connect to the internet, ME

LAMPS would like to welcome you to "Musically Mine," a new fundraiser project. The objective of this program is to build awareness of LAMPS and raise funds to support upcoming programs. The money raised during this campaign will be used to support LAMPS' local musical projects and charitable giving fund. To read more about LAMPS' work, click here.

Musically Mine is about the music you love. To participate, we are inviting you to create a short video where you introduce and play a piece of music that is important to you. Any music, any genre – any piece that has meaning to you. Don't play an instrument? No worries, use your favorite recording of the composition instead.
For guidelines and information, please click here to visit the official site.

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Dawnland Online Film Screening with Q & A

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For decades, child welfare authorities have been removing Native American children from their homes to save them from being Indian. In Maine, the first official “truth and reconciliation commission” in the United States begins a historic investigation. National News & Documentary Emmy® award winning film DAWNLAND goes behind-the-scenes as this historic body grapples with difficult truths, redefines reconciliation, and charts a new course for state and tribal relations.

Join a live Q&A moderated by Dodd Human Rights Impact director Glenn Mitoma after the film. The discussion will center on the burgeoning conversations and moves to create truth and healing commissions in the land now known as the United States. Panelists will explore lessons learned from the Maine-Wabanaki experience and ask: who truth commissions serve, what are their goals, who should lead these efforts, and what role documentation might play in how a truth commission’s work could impact public understanding?
This is a special opportunity to see the 86-minute directors' cut of DAWNLAND!
RSVP on Eventbrite now to get sent the access link.
Learn more about the film and watch the trailer at upstanderproject.org