It is with heavy heart that we have to announce the passing of our Executive Director, Kathie Kudela. Kathie wasn’t just a friend to us, but to the entire community of Niagara Falls. Kathie tirelessly fought to save the former Niagara Falls High School and over the past 20 years transformed it to what it…
In response to recent concerns, social media posts, and a linked petition recently brought to the attention of the NACC, we would like our supporters to know that we have initiated an internal investigation. Our Board and our attorney are taking this seriously, and looking into each matter.
It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of Chuck Nickles.
This year has been quite an undertaking for all of us! Artists at the NACC decided to finish the year strong and we are celebrating the conclusion of 2020 with a slightly altered version of our Annual Artists and Friends exhibition. Curated by the NACC’s Special Projects Coordinator, Ray Robertson, this exhibit will run December…
We are thrilled to announce that the Niagara Arts and Cultural Center will be partnering with 13 Players Theatre School in July 2021!
Were having a PRE BLACK FRIDAY, BLACK FRIDAY SALE! The NACC was so excited to see the collaboration between #valtanart and #bfloGALS we decided we couldn’t wait until the actual Black Friday to help you with your Christmas shopping!
Have you wanted to share your art and make some extra income? The NACC is getting ready to come back bigger and better than ever! We are designing a schedule of workshops as well as 6-8 week long classes, and we’re looking for instructors like you! Share your skills with the community while having fun,…
When thinking of your next day trip, think of Niagara Falls! The area has an amazing history full of characters you may have never even heard of! For example, have you heard of a teenage boy named Homan Walsh?
The NACC is proud to announce its new “re-opening” exhibition Personal Space in our Townsend Gallery, and we are inviting our resident artists to submit their work for this rotating exhibition.
The Underground Railroad Exhibit at the Niagara Arts and Cultural Center (NACC), “Freedom Crossing: The Underground Railroad in Greater Niagara,” tells the story of the Underground Railroad Movement in Buffalo Niagara—and of the people who risked their lives, all in the name of freedom. The NACC will be starting scheduled, timed tours when we officially open back up to the public.