SOUND+VISION Summer Rooftop Festival 2018

TCO ROOFTOP TERRACE
SOUND+VISION SUMMER FESTIVAL LINE UP
Doors 8:30PM / Show 9:00PM

Saturday 14 July
The Northern Arm + Euchrid

Saturday 21 July
Culture Reject + Minuscule

Saturday 11 August
Daniel Romano

Thursday 30 August
Bae Beach Club + Neighbouring

Friday 28 September
Strange Shakes + Fat Moth


TICKETS
Single Event Tickets $18 (inc. HST)
Available online (plus applicable service fees) or at the door


$AVE $OME CA$H with a $UMMER PA$$
Grab a SOUND+VISION FESTIVAL PASS for all five shows!

$80 ($16/show) General
$75 ($15/show) NAC Members

>> Can’t make one of the shows? No problem, pass yer pass to someone else!

Pass price includes HST
Passes available at the Niagara Artists Centre
905-641-0331 / 354 St. Paul Street

Small Feats 2018

SMALL FEATS > ONLINE PREVIEW HERE!
Saturday 7 April 2018
Doors at 8PM / VIP Preview at 7:40PM
Largest Art Exhibit + Sale in Niagara
At NAC – 354 St. Paul Street / Downtown St. Catharines

>> FIVE BUCKS AT THE DOOR! <<

We’re gearing up for the biggest art-buying frenzy and party of the year!

We put the call out to the artist members of NAC to create remarkable works of art and they responded!

While we’re still offering up sweet square foot works of art for $200, we’ve added an even smaller option to this year’s wall. Pick up 6”x 8” original artwork for $100. PLUS we’ve got some stellar BIG FEATS for $800! There’s something for everyone!

 

>> STAY TUNED FOR THE ONLINE PREVIEW <<

COLLAGE+LETRASET PARTY / Sat 3 Feb 2018

COLLAGE+LETRASET PARTY

SATURDAY 3 FEBRUARY 2018 7PM

FIVE BUCKS TO GET IN [OR PAY WHAT YOU CAN]
> LICENSED EVENT <

Collage + Letraset the night away.
Materials provided.

STUDIO/SHOP Launch!

NAC Studio / Shop Official Launch
433A St. Paul Street
Saturday 9 December 3PM-4:30PM

Just a block away from NAC, you’ll find the NAC Studio/Shop at 433A St. Paul Street. The storefront space accommodates eleven artist studios, a fully equipped print studio, and a shop featuring original NAC member art work, vintage clothes, records, and other cultural curiosities.

The Studio/Shop was founded thanks to a one-year investment from
the Ontario Trillium Foundation Seed Program.

Join us for refreshments and remarks at 3PM!

 

 

Poster by NAC Member Kevin “Attic Daddy” Richardson

CULTURE REJECT / Fri 24 Nov 2017

C U L T U R E  R E J E C T  at  N A C
Friday 28 November 2017
Doors 8PM

$8 at the door / Licensed event

Masker-Aid Dinner + Party / Sat 18 Nov 2017

BOLETE
THREE COURSE MEAL

$110  / person

Includes complimentary wine + admission to the party

6:30PM > sparkling reception
7:15PM > Amuse bouche followed by three courses
9:00PM > doors open for MASKER-AID

Tickets available at NAC
CALL:
905-641-0331
EMAIL: natasha@nac.org
VISIT US: 354 St. Paul Street.

Please specify any dietary restrictions when you reserve your seat.

MENU ANNOUNCED SOON!

MASKER-AID PARTY / Saturday 18 November 2017

MASKER-AID PARTY
A Fun-Raiser in benefit of the Niagara Artists Centre

Saturday 18 November 2017 / Doors at 9PM
Odd Fellows Temple Union Lodge #16

36 James Street / Second Floor

>> BUY TICKETS ONLINE HERE https://maskeraid.eventbrite.ca

STELLAR DJS, EXTRAORDINAY LIBATIONS, PRIZES FOR BEST WEARABLE ART

In homage to the days of taking over a warehouse (courtesy of our friends at WS Tyler) and getting dressed up all freaky-like, NAC is throwing a party in memory of STRUTT. The STRUTT Wearable Art Show was a community favourite, a highlight in the fall calendar, and we miss it! Don’t get us wrong, this party doesn’t signal the end of all things STRUTT, it’s just a friendly reminder that $t. Ca$hrines knows how to have a good time. So put on your craziest outfit à la wearable art and join us at The Odd Fellows’ Temple to get your dance on.
 
Get your tickets in advance at NAC
Advance Tickets:
$20 Regular / Members $15
At the Door: $25 

Attic Daddy + Charles J Hunk and the Trainwreck / Sat 23 Sept 2017

Attic Daddy & Charles J Hunk and the Trainwreck
Sat 23 Sept 2017
TCO Rooftop Terrace at NAC

Take a break from the streets and head up to the roof this Saturday for Attic Daddy and Charles J Hunk and the Trainwreck.

DOORS 8PM / SHOW 8:30PM-ish

$15 NAC Members / $20 Regular

Big thanks to our friends at Niagara Oast House Brewers, The Office, tap & grill, Rise Above, Mahtay Café & Lounge, and Long & McQuade – St. Catharines for their support of the Summer Rooftop Series!

Friends & Neighbours at Mahtay Cafe / Sat 9 Sept 2017

Zula Presents
with
Niagara Artists Centre

Fire Music from Norway
FRIENDS & NEIGHBO(U)RS

Mahtay Cafe
241 St. Paul St.
St. Catharines, ON

Saturday 9 September 2017

ANDRÉ ROLIGHETEN saxophones/clarinets
THOMAS JOHANSSON trumpet
JON RUNE STRØM double bass
TOLLEF ØSTVANG drums

Described as energetic and melodic free jazz inspired by musicians like Ornette Coleman, Archie Shepp, Pharoah Sanders and John Carter, Norway’s Friends & Neighbors create an authentic and acoustic atmosphere that refers back to the political roots of free jazz.
 
Through original and strong compositions, this has resulted in a band sound with strong identity, crystal clear presence and personality. 
 
Their second release Hymn for a Hungry Nation was received with 4 1/2 out of 5 stars in DownBeat Magazine. 

 

$10

zulapresents.org

Shadowy Men on a Shadowy Planet / Fri 25 Aug 2017

SHADOWY MEN ON A SHADOWY PLANET
Friday 25 August 2017

Doors at 8PM / Show at 8:30PM

TCO Rooftop Terrace at NAC

$15 NAC Members / $20 Regular
> or rooftop pass <

Shadowy Men on a Shadowy Planet’s infectious surf-inflected instrumental pop songs will be instantly recognizable to anyone who watched “The Kids in the Hall.” Their song “Having an Average Weekend” was the theme to that late, great, Canadian sketch comedy show, and they also provided the little instrumental flourishes between skits.

The band formed in Toronto in 1984 and released their first seven-inch in 1985 (“Our Weapons Are Useless” b/w “Bennett Cerf” and “Having an Average Weekend”). Over the next five years, the band released seven more singles, which they collected on their first full-length, 1990’s Savvy Show Stoppers (Cargo). In 1991, they followed with Dim The Lights, Chill The Ham, also on Cargo, and in 1993, they released Sport Fishin’ – The Lure of the Bait, The Luck of the Hook (recorded by none other than Steve Albini).