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Krewe Kompressor

By 25 August 2012November 20th, 2019No Comments

An Aquatic Carousal to Benefit NAC and STRUTT
Saturday 25 August 2012, doors open at 9pm
Tickets $15 at NAC in advance, or $18 at the door

Complimentary tickets for NAC volunteers – let us know if you want to go!

Location to be disclosed

NAC works at getting it together, and the more we get it together the happier we’ll be. That’s NAC’s creed, at least for the next while. Getting it together is no simple task, you can get it together by creating an occasion: an exhibit opening, a performance, a film screening. Or, you can go right for it. Be all first-world living. Be all hell-in-a-hand-basket hedonist. Acknowledge that we’re probably some of the most fortunate people living at one of the best times in history, and throw a bountiful, exuberant party that’ll please all senses and sensibilities.

That’s what NAC’s freshly conceived KREWE KOMPRESSOR is out to be. We’re gearing up for STRUTT, droning like a diesel locomotive in the distance and due to arrive the first weekend of November. We’ve got some talking to do about how we’re going to blow the roof off the WS Tyler factory when that train makes its stop. We’ve got a krewe of volunteers who contribute sweat and toil to STRUTT to thank. We’ve got to get it together. We’ve got to fill a room, whip it up, and cut it loose.

To be sure that KREWE KOMPRESSOR kicks mid-sized city ennui squarely in the arse launching it kilometers clear of our municipal borders, this bash has a theme, well, it has an idea for a theme, it’s an undersea shenanigan. We want you to get your freak on, dive in, and dress-up. Anything to do with oceans or water ought to do it.

We hope to see you in the drink.

Niagara Artists Centre is located on the ancestral lands of the Haudenosaunee and Anishinaabe peoples.

This territory is covered by the Upper Canada Treaties and is within the land protected by the Dish with One Spoon Wampum agreement