On the first Friday of every month, many local Peterborough artists open up their studios to welcome in the community for a free art show titled “First Friday Art Crawl”. This art night started at 129 ½ Hunter street,...
Calla Durose-Moya's description of her personal experience with the First Friday Art Crawl adds another side to the story, but her letter to the editor contains some misinformation that bears clarification and context. Until the end of December 2018, the...
The Show and Tell Poetry Series (STPS) for this February was hosted at The Garnet, the friendly and familiar venue location downtown on Hunter street. Starting shortly after 7 p.m., the event featured readings by Gordon Johnston, Jillian Kew,...
Everyone who has ever organized any kind of event, has likely learned that the best two ways to bring people together are over food or through music. This surely rang true for the organizers of Sunday, February 24’s Soup...
The 4th Annual Artspace Book and Zine Fest took place on February 23 in the Community Room in the lower level of the Peterborough Public Library. The event featured zines, comics and graphic novels, letterpress prints and cards, the...
As I type this, the 91st Academy Awards, also known as the Oscars, are only three days away. This year’s Best Picture nominees are Black Panther, BlacKkKlansman, Bohemian Rhapsody, The Favourite, Green Book, Vice, A Star is Born, and...
On Saturday February 16, Borderless Bound Records and Black Lives Matter Nogojiwanong-Peterborough hosted an event for Black History Month in Sadleir House’s dining hall. The event offered a change of scenery and pace from the day’s many Black History...
Since the release of Nick Taylor’s article in Arthur about the issues surrounding the closing of Evans and its sister galleries, Star X and Coeur Nouveau, there has been a lot of talk and debate online about this sudden...
Photo by Natelie Herault for Reframe Film Festival 2019. Reframe Film Festival has been lighting up Peterborough’s screens during the darkest time of the year, and this year marked its 15th consecutive festival. Reframe Film Festival is a platform aiming...
Early last December, Market Hall Performing Arts Centre hosted a performance of Cottagers and Indians, the highly-popular play written by renowned playwright and author Drew Hayden Taylor. This two-person act follows a feud between a seasonal cottage-owner and an...