It’s that time of the year again, the NACC is proud to announce our annual Artists & Friends Exhibition and our Friends of the NACC Holiday Party. Opening Dec 14, 2019 and showing through Jan 26, 2020.
“OUT OF THIS WORLD” On Nov 16th, 2019, at 6:30pm,the 3nd annual Art of Fashion design competition and runway showreturns to the Niagara Arts and Cultural Center with incrediblecouture creations by 35 local designers being worn by over 80 models.
10/26: OPERA DAY: Art and Arias!
performance at 3pm
Experience opera with this exceptional concert of beautiful arias and soaring high notes,
as we celebrate National Opera Week in Niagara with some of WNY’s finest musicians.
Our famous dessert reception to follow the performance, along with an art auction!
Places of Transformation / City Indian / An Exhibition of works by Jay Carrier A reception with the artist September 21. 6-9pm ART EXHIBIT On Display September — November, 2019 in the Townsend Gallery Places of Transformation/ City Indian The places that we dwell and live, the relationships that we form with the natural environment,…
9/19-9/22 Songs for a New World Music and Lyrics by Jason Robert Brown Patchwork Theatre A revolutionary interpretation of this modern work of musical theatre. Billed as an abstract musical, this series of songs are all connected by a theme: “the moment of decision. From Music Theatre International: “This contemporary song cycle weaves characters and…
The NACC will host local historian Lewis Buttery in a presentation on the History of the Buttery Elevators on Aug 21, at 6 PM with a free tour of the BRI-NK Museum to follow.
Join the summer fun with classes in art, theatre, voice, dance and more!
At Water’s Edge: Traditional Turkish Paper Arts provides an introduction into the traditional arts of Turkish Paper Marbling and Turkish Paper Cutting through the ebru and kat’ı sanatı works of Hatice Erbas-Sorkunlu, an ebru artist based in Buffalo.
Opening March 18th, 5-7 PM
Stephen Marc, a noted African American photographer and digital montage artist, has spent nearly a decade on the road in the U.S. and Canada documenting the places and people associated with North America’s Underground Railroad. This network of secret routes and safe houses used by escaping enslaved African Americans is the subject of The Passage on the Underground Railroad. Exhibit opens May 11, 2019.