In this edition of The Bulletin
- We need tin cans and you can help!
- Community Consultation / Rodman Hall > Wednesday 26 October
- Voix de Ville Extravagonzo / Fri 18 Nov + Sat 19 Nov
- 5 x 2 > Tuesday 1 November at Mahtay
We need tin cans and you can help!
We’re looking for your help building the Voix de Ville Extravagonzo set!
1) Find a recipe calling for canned goods.
2) Empty canned goods into pot/pan/dish as instructed.
3) Clean tin can and remove label.
4) Enjoy new found recipe.
5) Drop off collection of cans to NAC by Thursday 3 November at 9PM.
6) Come to the Voix de Ville Extravagonzo on Fri 18 Nov or Sat 19 Nov to see where your tin can ended up. See Bulletin item number three for more info.
Future of Rodman Hall
Wednesday 26 October 6PM at NAC
On behalf of Brock University, you are invited to participate in an upcoming community consultation session to provide input on the future of the Rodman Hall Art Centre, beyond the expiry of the current agreement in 2023 to fund operations, upkeep, and maintenance.
NAC members are welcome to participate on Wednesday 26 October from 6:30PM – 8PM at Niagara Artists Centre (354 St. Paul Street, St. Catharines). Refreshments will be served.
Please RSVP by clicking on the link: http://interkom.ca/rhacconsultation/nac/ or by calling 905 332 8315.
WHAT: Community consultation regarding the future of a sustainable Regional Public Art Gallery in St. Catharines
WHEN & WHERE:
Wednesday 26 October 6:30PM – 8:00PM; Niagara Artists Centre, 354 St. Paul Street, St. Catharines L2R 3N2
WHY: In 2003, Brock University entered into an agreement to purchase the Rodman Hall Art Centre assets from a community organization and to maintain these assets until 2023. Now, Brock University is looking at other options for the future of the RHAC. It is trying to explore a community-based option for the Centre with a not-for-profit ownership model.
Niagara Artists Centre presents
The Voix de Ville Extravagonzo
In partnership with FirstOntario Performing Arts Centre
>> NAC Members! You’re promo code is GONZO to get the discount <<
Outrageous wearable imaginings
Sublime electro-sonic exploits
Kinetically-charged choreographic wonders
Sensational visual tableaus of ‘Je-ne-know-what-the-heck?’
Formidably phunny farceurs!
A cavalcade of talent has been invited to amaze and astonish audiences in novel ways. Ringmaster of Ceremonies Bruce McCulloch—everyone’s favourite Kid in the Hall—will orchestrate the riot of WTFery from centre stage. Canada’s representative at the 55th Venice Biennale, Shary Boyle will transform Partridge Hall with beguiling projections and an exhilarating set design. On stage, the action of dancers and acrobats dressed in one-of-a-kind wearable art creations from the bizarre to the sublime will be propelled by a reconstituted Shadowy Men on Shadowy Planet, often called the Best Canadian Instrumental Band of All Time. The show is directed by Suitcase in Point’s Artistic Director Deanna Jones.
*Friday 18 November 7PM
Saturday 19 November 7PM
*Saturday 19 November 9:30PM
*Robertson Theatre – AFTER PARTY
Friday 18 November at 9:30PM – DJ Tanner & DJ Styles
Saturday 19 November at 11PM – The Sadies
5 x 2
Image Maker Conversations
Tuesday 1 November 5:30 – 6:30 pm (please note new time)
Mahtay Café, 241 St. Paul Street, St Catharines
Artist Facilitator: Elizabeth Chitty
Join us on the first Tuesday of each month for an informal discussion about art and visual culture. Based on the PechaKucha model, artists, architects, designers and other image-makers are invited to contribute to the conversation by sharing 5 images and speaking about each for 2 minutes. Show us what you are working on, what inspires you, or just come for the conversation. Everyone is welcome!
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