The NACC has progressed from a dream to a vibrant reality. We welcome you to take a tour!
Board of Directors: Executive Committee, Members of the Board, and Administrative Staff.
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Are you an artist, art lover, or someone who recognizes the need for art education? We need people like you.
Lecture & Workshop Series
The NACC in co-operation with the Niagara Falls National Heritage Area, invites you to learn more about the Niagara Portage!
Lectures are free and open to the public.
Fabric Workshop $25 fee.
March 20th 4pm: Travel & Trade in the 19th Century
Lewis Buttery, BRI-NK Historian Dan Davis, Author “The Life and Times of The Suspension Bridge Village”
March 27th 4pm: I Fear ye Portage will be Difficult, Niagara & Pontiac’s War
Robert L. Emerson, Old Fort Niagara Association
March 29th 12-4pm: Hands on History: Natural Dyeing Techniques Workshop
Susan Borden, Fabric Arts Instructor
4pm Fabric of History: Textlies and the Niagara Portage. Catharine Emerson, Niagara County Historian
The Niagara Arts and Cultural Center in co-operation with the Niagara Falls National Heritage Area, will host the first annual March Along the Portage lecture & workshop series in preparation for the permanent Niagara Portage Interpretive Exhibit that will be opening at the Niagara Arts and Cultural Center this spring.
The free public lectures will focus on the historical legacy of the Portage and Niagara Falls. Each lecture will be conducted by local experts. All are free and open to the public.
The first three lectures will be followed by special common core workshops for all educators (public, private & homeschool) looking to learn more about incorporating information on the Niagara Portage into their curriculum.
An additional a “hands on history” event will be held on Saturday, March 29th. This workshop will focus on traditional fabric dying techniques and the history of fabrics and textiles that would have been transported along the portage.
FEB 15 - March 15
Every year, during Black History Month, America celebrates the invaluable contributions that the African-American community has made to the culture and history of our nation.
VIBRANT VISIONS Main Gallery : Free Admmission / Open Every Day M-F 9-5 S&S 12-4pmwith guest curator Ray Robertson. This multi-artist show features both professional and amateur artists of color. Art work ranges from traditional oils and watercolors to fabric, photography and sculpture.
ANOTHER WAY OUTby Dejuan Hunt II
A solo exhibit of the multi-media work by Dejuan Hunt II.
We are proud that New York Council of the Arts is a major supporter.
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Vibrant Visions: Artists of Color Gallery Exhibit featuring a diversity of regional talent.
Invites you to experience his world, as he explors what it means to be an artist. Come share his vision.
James Neiss's work can be seen on the banner of this website or in the Niagara Gazette.To view the complete NACC project visit: http://niagara-gazette.com/features/x681281495/MULTIMEDIA-The-NACC-Stitched
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