Nevermind the Cannibal Girls: Nomadic Cinema on the NAC Terrace

The Nomadic Cinema on the TCO Rooftop Terrace at Niagara Artist Centre is a way to both nourish yourself and support them during these COVID days. NAC will be screening an eclectic selection of films, with food and fun on the menu.

MABO: the primacy of colour

MABO (Matthias Bork) is the lastest artist to be the focus of our ongoing Artist Features at the Sound. HIs work is vibrant and engaging, and all about colour.

Rodman Hall: a survey and warning

The City of St. Catharines assembled a Rodman Hall Task Force this past year: an online survey about RHAC can be filled out, until this Monday, April 13, 2020. I offer some reasons why this is important, that are both current and looking back over the past few years.

Strange Happenings & Rare Findings: Emily Andrews at NAC

Emily Andrews presents a new body of work in the Dennis Tourbin Members Gallery at NAC, continuing her surreal yet exquisitely painted series that is both eerie and enthralling.

Jennifer Castle Brings Her Angels of Death to Sonic Glow

Jennifer Castle performs on Saturday, September 21 at the Niagara Artists Centre as part of SONIC GLOW.

A transient permanence: Poetry for The Young at NAC

An exhibition on display in the Dennis Tourbin Gallery at NAC presents work by two artists that contrast and conflict in terms of process and permanence.

When Love Wilts, Jon Lepp Takes His Way

While taking some time from fronting the seven piece folk/psych band, Fat Moth, Jon Lepp…

Subtlety and Depth: June-Etta Chenard

June-Etta Chenard’s work is both aesthetically and conceptually evocative, and she’s the focus of the latest artist feature in The Sound.

RP2 at NAC

Ready Player Two is a collaborative exhibition at NAC between Brendan Lee Salish Tang and Sonny Assu that is as multifaceted as it is meticulous.

Kicking Cadaver at NAC

Dan Romano’s exhibition Kicking Cadaver at NAC is both eerie and evocative work that will both attract and confound the viewer.