Box and Paintings
A 2-in-1 event at NAC
Saturday 9 May 2015 6PM-10PM
6PM – Book launch
Figuring It Out: Disfigurement in Twentieth- and Twenty-First Century Art and Literature (Catherine Parayre, Leslie Boldt, Derek Knight, Natasha Pedros, Stephen Remus)
“Go figure! This unique portfolio contains insightful and thought-provoking texts and images referencing wide-ranging yet vivid moments in contemporary art and recent literature that probe the transfigured, disfigured and mediated body.” (Stuart Reid, Director, Rodman Hall Art Centre/Brock University)
7PM – REMNANTS by Kristi McDonald Opening reception
Remnants (9-22 May 2015), an exhibition by Kristi McDonald (presented by the Department of Visual Arts, Brock University)
Remnants explores the process of mixing traditional and non-traditional mediums with India ink in order to document the evolution of reactions. This series embodies the residual marks left behind through the creative process, showing remains of the materials after the reactions have occurred.
Dennis Tourbin Members Gallery
Saturday 9 May 2015 7pm-9pm
On display until Friday 22 May 2015
Presented by the Department of Visual Arts at Brock University
FREE COMMUNITY EVENT
A Nihilist Spasm Band documentary by NAC Member Don Alexander
Wednesday 13 May 2015 at 9PMA screening of Don Alexander’s half hour doc on the Nihilist Spasm Band (NSB) will be screened at NAC Wednesday 13 May at 9PM.
FOR NAC MEMBERS IN GOOD STANDING
With Joanna Dormady
Hello NAC members. Come and get your yoga on.
Bring water, a towel, a mat, and a smile!
7, 14, and 21 May 6PM – 7PM @ NAC
Come grow with me!
Much love Joanna.
CALL FOR VOLUNTEERS
Be a part of the big night!
We need YOU to help us make the Arts Awards a night to remember. We are looking for individuals who are experienced or interested in Arts & Culture, Events, Technical Production, Hospitality and Food & Beverage.
Volunteer shifts are between 1 – 5 p.m. and 6 – 10 p.m. on the day of the awards and you must have transportation to and from the event.
For more information, please contact Catriona Macfarlane at email@example.com or 905-688-5601 x5229
Call for Artists
Participate in the first “Art Walk in the Forest”
Circulated on behalf of NAC member Lis Hilton
Share the joy of your art and join us in this first Art in the Forest Event. Art and Nature … a natural fit. Squirrel House Gardens includes a forest in a valley … a perfect microclimate. Consider this garden as your gallery for the day. It will be a special day for everyone as they meander through the expansive gardens experiencing art and the garden as one.
How did this all come about?
Squirrel House Gardens has been asked to participate in www.gardendays.ca , a celebration of gardens. It is intended to encourage families to spend time together on this special Father’s Day weekend 20 and 21 of June. We are a private garden rarely open to the public. Passionate about gardening, and the environment we believe that showcasing artists and their work here as an opportunity to strengthen art appreciation, and share our love of the garden. Please submit 2 images of your work. You can schedule a specific time to show your work or you can show all day.
Feel free to sell it. You must be willing to talk about your passion. Space is limited… There is no fee. Please put “Forest Art Walk” in the subject line of your email squirrelhouseniagara@
Saturday 20 and Sunday 21 June from 10:30AM to 4PM
Entry donation $8, second person 50 percent off. Wear a stunning hat and get in FREE! Pre-register receive a surprise treat. For more info visit Squirrel House Gardens on Facebook.