Imperial Theatre, 24 King Square South.
7:00 pm. Part of the Retro Film Series. www.imperialtheatre.nb.ca (506) 674-4100.
Ward Chipman Art Gallery, UNB Saint John.
Lorenzo Art Series is pleased to present Fabiola Martinez, March 22nd - April 9th. Her exhibit is titled Natural Fragments. "As an artist, I am influenced by my cultural upbringing. There are two things that shaped the direction of my artistic expression and style: living in Mexico and being trained and educated as an architect. My approach to painting has followed a movement that I often liken to a piece of music: each stroke of the brush is like the wave of a conductor’s wand, changing the direction of the tempo, of melody, while shaping every single detail." - Fabiola Martinez. Ward Chipman Art Gallery. Free Admission.
New brunswick Museum, 1 Market Square.
7:30 pm. The NB Historical Society will sponsor Prof. Cheryl Wells of the Department of History, University of Wyoming, who will give a free public lecture on the reactions in British North America, in 1865, to the assassination of U.S. President Abraham Lincoln, near the conclusion of the American Civil War. Prof. Wells argues that outside of the U.S. itself, Britain's North American colonies were the one part of the globe that was most deeply affected by the tragedy. Free!
Saint John Arts Centre, 20 Peel Plaza.
Hours: Tuesday-Saturday, 9:00 am-5:00 pm. Featured are: The New Brunswick Craft Council's presentation of 'The Thing That Happened' / Saint John High School’s International Baccalaureate Art Students / Our own James Venner Russell Portfolio Development Class of 2015 / The City of Saint John Gallery hosts "Vague Imaginings" - installation of painted and sewn images by Marjolaine Bourgeois. For more information, please visit our website at www.saintjohnartscentre.com or call us at (506) 633-4870.
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