Category Archives: Festivals

ReWind: Electric City goes to the movies

Rewind: The Electric City Goes to the Movies

It could be the source for a movie plot: a historical romance perhaps, architectural dynasties made and lost, a censorship scandal. ReFrame Peterborough International Film Festival celebrates its 10th anniversary in 2014 by looking back at Peterborough’s ongoing love affair

ReWind: Electric City goes to the movies

Rewind: The Electric City Goes to the Movies

It could be the source for a movie plot: a historical romance perhaps, architectural dynasties made and lost, a censorship scandal. ReFrame Peterborough International Film Festival celebrates its 10th anniversary in 2014 by looking back at Peterborough’s ongoing love affair

Artsweek

Artsweek

Every year since 2005, the City of Peterborough has generously set aside $20,000 for our own little festival of the arts where everyone is invited and anything goes. It’s held in autumn when droves of university and college students are

Artsweek

Artsweek

Every year since 2005, the City of Peterborough has generously set aside $20,000 for our own little festival of the arts where everyone is invited and anything goes. It’s held in autumn when droves of university and college students are

ReFrame Film Festival

ReFrame / Still ReFrame

I can’t say enough about the annual ReFrame Film Festival’s unflinching programming and dedication to engaging voices that would otherwise go unheard. The 63 films of 2013’s fierce collection address issues that range from local to global, from intimate to universal,

ReFrame Film Festival

ReFrame / Still ReFrame

I can’t say enough about the annual ReFrame Film Festival’s unflinching programming and dedication to engaging voices that would otherwise go unheard. The 63 films of 2013’s fierce collection address issues that range from local to global, from intimate to universal,

The Peterborough Folk Festival

It’s hard to believe that the folk festival genre hasn’t really been around all that long. Today you can enjoy a summer folk festival in every part of the world from Newport to Reykjavik. One of the longer running folk

The Peterborough Folk Festival

It’s hard to believe that the folk festival genre hasn’t really been around all that long. Today you can enjoy a summer folk festival in every part of the world from Newport to Reykjavik. One of the longer running folk

Margaret Laurence

Lakefield Literary Festival

Canadian author Margaret Laurence lived in Lakefield for 13 years in a yellow brick house at 8 Regent Street across from St. John the Baptist Anglican Church. Since 1995, the Lakefield Literary Festival has celebrated the work  of Margaret Laurence

Margaret Laurence

Lakefield Literary Festival

Canadian author Margaret Laurence lived in Lakefield for 13 years in a yellow brick house at 8 Regent Street across from St. John the Baptist Anglican Church. Since 1995, the Lakefield Literary Festival has celebrated the work  of Margaret Laurence

jiigbiig: at the edge where the water and the earth meet

I have always identified with native culture. As a kid, when other girls wanted to dress like Barbie, I wanted a jingle dress. So I feel privileged to live here in Nogojiwanong on the banks of a river used for centuries

jiigbiig: at the edge where the water and the earth meet

I have always identified with native culture. As a kid, when other girls wanted to dress like Barbie, I wanted a jingle dress. So I feel privileged to live here in Nogojiwanong on the banks of a river used for centuries

Wayaman with Glenna Matoush

I don’t think I can be the only person in Peterborough who starts to hyperventilate when I see a printing press. There’s one at Artspace from June 15th-24th for a project called Wayaman (from the southern James Bay Cree dialect

Wayaman with Glenna Matoush

I don’t think I can be the only person in Peterborough who starts to hyperventilate when I see a printing press. There’s one at Artspace from June 15th-24th for a project called Wayaman (from the southern James Bay Cree dialect