Posts Tagged: Reframe

Lester Alfonso
/ Film

Lester Alfonso makes his mark

Ah, the ReFrame Film Festival—those three days in winter where practically everyone we know is marching briskly along that slushy stretch of George between Market Hall, Showplace, and the Venue to catch the next film on social justice and environmental

Lester Alfonso
/ Film

Lester Alfonso makes his mark

Ah, the ReFrame Film Festival—those three days in winter where practically everyone we know is marching briskly along that slushy stretch of George between Market Hall, Showplace, and the Venue to catch the next film on social justice and environmental

The value of artists’ lives

At the ReFrame screening of Spring and Arnaud last week, Art Gallery of Peterborough Director Celeste Scopelites made what to me was a startling comment. She said that we need to do more to document artists’ lives. Perhaps it’s not

The value of artists’ lives

At the ReFrame screening of Spring and Arnaud last week, Art Gallery of Peterborough Director Celeste Scopelites made what to me was a startling comment. She said that we need to do more to document artists’ lives. Perhaps it’s not

Media Arts Peterborough

Lester Alfonso / M.A.P.

Watching Lester Alfonso volley ideas flying around the room during the Media Arts Peterborough potluck at Artspace is like watching championship table tennis. High and low ideas for M.A.P.’s open source film project are coming from the crowd, with themes

Media Arts Peterborough

Lester Alfonso / M.A.P.

Watching Lester Alfonso volley ideas flying around the room during the Media Arts Peterborough potluck at Artspace is like watching championship table tennis. High and low ideas for M.A.P.’s open source film project are coming from the crowd, with themes

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

On trust

It’s nothing new in the history of mankind but it’s unnerving to witness the breakdown of faith in our government on every level, our food system, our economic backbone. Not that there hasn’t always been plenty of institutional obfiscation in

On trust

It’s nothing new in the history of mankind but it’s unnerving to witness the breakdown of faith in our government on every level, our food system, our economic backbone. Not that there hasn’t always been plenty of institutional obfiscation in