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In this edition of The Bulletin:

  1. STUDIO SPACES AVAILABLE: Deadline to apply is Wednesday 31 August!
  2. bill bissett: lunarian life – opens Saturday 3 September 7:30PM
  3. September Rooftop Show Series begins Saturday 3 September / doors at 8PM
  4. The Regan Peacock Fung Memorial Art Fund

Studio Space + Retail Space +
Print Studio

Applications deadline extended:
Wednesday 31 August

Available September 2016
Rents beginning at $150/month
24 hour access
Downtown St. Catharines

NAC has a new storefront space on St. Paul Street to accommodate studios, screen-printing facilities, and retail space for selling art work!

We’ve got some answers here

More questions? 
Contact us at
or 905-641-0331.

Interested artists must apply.
Apply by Wednesday 31 August 2016
Application details available here.

Saturday 3 September
Thomas Craig Oliver Terrace at NAC

$10 NAC Members / $13 Regular [+HST] Buy a pass for all four upcoming shows for $40

TOUGH AGE (Vancouver)
Tough Age is culmination-rock. The sound of four radical adults with shared decades of experience, chops and killer record collections coming together to create charismatic, idiosyncratic pop songs for the ages.

It’s perhaps cliche to speak of a new band bursting upon the scene, but in the case of Toronto’s CENTURY PALM, such a claim is entirely valid. This collaborative project between five veterans of Canada’s underground rock scene has amassed no small degree of interest from the informed and attentive. Century Palm is a new group with ambitions far beyond their rawer formative endeavours, and the extent of that shared vision is becoming clear.

PIZZA SHARKS (St. Catharines)
A shark throttles your skull : its teeth slide in between the fissures in your scalp : the scent of fresh ‘za : the sight of fresh guts : {PiZZA ViSiON}

Travel Assistance for Professional Visual, Media, and Craft Artists
Applications due: Fri 16 Sept at 5PM
Details and application available here

Regan Peacock Fung took tremendous joy in the world around her. Her courageous spirit, keen judgment and infectious laughter enriched the lives of those who knew her. Regan’s passing in September 2011, from Chronic Lymphatic Leukemia, was a devastating loss.

The Regan Peacock Fung Memorial Fund has been established by Regan’s parents, Bob and Claudia, and brother, Erik, to honour her memory and two of the passions that enriched her life: art and travel. Money raised through the fund will provide assistance to professional visual, media and craft artists living in Niagara. Annually, an artist will be awarded $1000 toward their travel expenses artist in Canada or abroad to attend, or participate in, activities related to their work as an artist.

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