Nova Scotia landscapes celebrated on Heritage Day at the Joggins Fossil Centre with Elizabeth Glenn-Copeland and the art of Maud Lewis
The Joggins Fossil Institute marks Heritage Day, Monday February 18th, 2019, with a celebration of the Nova Scotia landscape through poetry and the visual arts, at the Joggins Fossil Centre.
Project to develop an augmented reality experience for Joggins visitors to access with their own mobile devices, to experience the Carboniferous forest over 300 million years ago at the <abbr title=”United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization”>UNESCO</abbr> Joggins Fossil Centre.
RFP to supply labour, equipment, materials and transportation necessary to remove snow from the Joggins Fossil Centre, 100 Main Street, Joggins, Nova Scotia.
The Joggins Fossil Institute selects 2019 ArtScape Artist-in-Residence: Jeffrey Martin of Sackville, NB
The Joggins Fossil Institute is pleased to announce its 2019 ArtScape Artist-In-Residence. Jeffrey Martin, a composer and music educator from Sackville, NB, was chosen by jury selection.