A Legacy

George Fry Gallery

Open to the public, our College gallery showcases the work of students, faculty, and invited artists in a schedule of regularly changing exhibitions. It is an exciting learning resource that features a wide range of makers, materials, and processes. It is also home to our annual Christmas Craft Sale, which gives students the chance to market and sell their work in a public venue. The gallery exhibits promote and demonstrate professionalism, enhance student employability, and contribute to the economic and cultural life of Canada. Visit us at 408 Queen St. in downtown Fredericton.

Hours

September–May: Monday to Friday, 10 am to 4 pm

For summer gallery hours, call (506) 453-2305 or 1-877-400-1107 (toll free).

Interested in finding out more?

Contact: Karen Ruet, Gallery Coordinator, (506) 457-6805 or karen.ruet@gnb.ca

Follow the George Fry Gallery

In Process: Urchin, Alanna Baird
September 3 – 30, 2020

Textiles: Shuttle, Stitch, Repeat
Oct 8 – Nov 4, 2020

Rick Burns: Mark Making
Dec 3, 2020- Jan 20, 2021

Photography: Askew
Jan 28 – Feb 24, 2021

Fashion Design: RE/Collection
March 11 – 31, 2021

Graphic Design: Grid-Life Crisis
April 8 – 28, 2021

Echoes of Our Ancestors
May 5 – 26, 2021

Process: From Ideation to Creation
June 10, 2021

Resurgence: NBCCD Faculty and Staff Exhibition
September 23 – November 3, 2021

NBCCD Craft Sale
November 26 – 28, 2021

Alumni Exhibition
December 2, 2021 – January 12, 2022

3D Digital Design
January 27 – February 23, 2022

Jewellery/Metal Arts
March 10 – 30, 2022

Textile Design
April 7 – 27, 2022

Ceramics
May 5 – June 1, 2022

Advanced Studio Practice
June 10, 2022

George Fry Gallerythe man behind the name

George Fry served as Director of the Craft School (now the New Brunswick College of Craft and Design) from 1976 to 1993. He was an enthusiastic promoter of fine craft and fine-craft artisans, achieving recognition for New Brunswick artists across Canada and internationally. He was awarded the Queen’s Golden Jubilee Medal for a lifetime of contributions to the arts, and he continued to make, exhibit and inspire fine art and craft until his death in 2014.