In this edition of the NAC Bulletin: NAC Music Night ft. Wyrd Visions and the Niagara String Band, Omar Mosquera in the DTMG tomorrow night, STRUTT Prints for sale, and In the Soil deadline for submissions next Friday.
Songwriter Wyrd Visions is isolated and in tune with nature and ghosts. His debut EP Half-Eaten Guitar was released in 2006 on Toronto-based Bluefog records and brought him success as the supporting act for Final Fantasy and Grizzly Bear’s tour the following spring, as well as playing a runway show for Jeremy Laing’s Spring 2006 collection at New York fashion week.
The Niagara String Band : A modest attempt at a variety of songs and styles, popularized in the early part of the last century.
Wyrd Visions and The Niagara String Band play the Niagara Artists Centre Friday, November 22nd. Doors 8:30, show starts at 9:00.
‘Irregular marks made on a surface without a particular direccion. Similar to those marks made by children before they learn how to read or write, these are attempts at leaving a trace in our eternal present’
No plan to follow
No predestined arrival
– Ramo 2013
Thinking of a Name w/ THINK OF A NAME
the return of DJ TIGHT BIKINI, all the way from summer huge dance party.
Come out for a night of art, music, snacks and pwyc drinks
(((for all!— Grown by the artist Tea & Coffee)))
The 4’ x 6’ posters that were on display at Strutt are available for purchase for $250/each. Contact NAC at email@example.com or 905 641 0331 with your request. Check out the gallery here http://www.yungblutphotography.com/StruttPosters/index.html
In the Soil Arts Festival is now accepting applications for the 6th annual multidisciplinary arts festival set to take over downtown St. Catharines from 25-27 April 2014. Artists of all levels of experience are invited to apply. This year, In the Soil will present 80+ dance, film, media, music, theatre and interdisciplinary works over the 3-day festival.
Apply online at inthesoil.on.ca
Celebrating its 6th year, In the Soil Arts Festival brings new and unique art experiences to audiences with live theatre, poetry, music, dance, media and special streetscape art throughout the St. Catharines downtown core. It cultivates one-time art happenings designed especially for the festival.
Last year over 300 artists and 3200 festival patrons came together to celebrate the arts of Niagara and beyond. This year, we’re looking forward to another fruitful harvest in our aim to contribute to a Niagara that is self-determining and culturally distinct.
In the Soil Arts Festival is proudly brought to you by Suitcase in Point Theatre Company, with festival partners Brock’s Centre for the Arts, Niagara Artists Centre, Greenbelt Arts and Yummy Recordings
More information and applications are available for download at www.inthesoil.on.ca.