Tantramar Report: Town and gown revised rules, revisiting conversations with Open Sky’s Laura Hunter and Struts’ Paul Henderson

Laura Hunter leans on a fence with her two grandchildren. Behind the fence are two donkeys.
Laura Hunter enjoying the outdoors with her two grandchildren and Open Sky’s famous donkeys. Photo submitted by Laura Hunter.
Erica Butler - - SackvilleNB | 02-08-2021

Monday on Tantramar Report:

It’s New Brunswick Day, and we take the opportunity to revisit some recent conversations with two Sackvillians, one returning and one already here, who are both taking on key jobs in the town’s not-for-profit scene.

After helping found Open Sky Coop twenty years ago, Laura Hunter has returned to the organization to take over the director’s role from Margaret Tusz-King.

And after seven years away in Toronto, artist Paul Henderson is returning to Sackville in August, having already taken over as director of Struts Gallery and Faucet Media Arts Centre.