Staff and Facilities

The New Brunswick Museum Humanities Section is based at the Douglas Avenue Collections Centre where Curators, Curatorial Assistants and Registrars carry out their research, cataloguing, planning and administration duties. Staff participate in special programs, events, exhibition installations and other activities at the Market Square Exhibitions Centre.

Facilities

Collections are housed throughout the Douglas Avenue building with particular areas reserved for specific collections with the standard and appropriate environmental controls.

Depending on requirements, space is available to accommodate visiting researchers. Research visits to view the collections can be accommodated by making an appointment with the Curator of the collection. The collection database is maintained using TMS (The Museum System) software on a departmental network. More in-depth access to collection records may be made available by contacting the Curator in charge of the collection.

The NBM Archives and Research Library maintains a large number of books and journals relating to the Humanities, including monographs and periodicals in the fine and decorative arts, New Brunswick history, and shipping.

Humanities artwork collection

Staff

Gary Hughes, M.A.
Curator of History & Technology
277 Douglas Ave.
Saint John, New Brunswick
Canada E2K 1E5
(506) 643-2333

Peter Larocque, M.A.
Curator of Fine Art
277 Douglas Ave.
Saint John, New Brunswick
Canada E2K 1E5
(506) 643-2327

Tina McBriarty
Curatorial Assistant
277 Douglas Ave.
Saint John, New Brunswick
Canada E2K 1E5
(506) 643-2369

Michelle Hébert
Curatorial Assistant
277 Douglas Ave.
Saint John, New Brunswick
Canada E2K 1E5
(506) 643-7674

Randi Jalil
Curatorial Assistant
277 Douglas Ave.
Saint John, New Brunswick
Canada E2K 1E5
(506) 643-7674

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