Cameron is a community contributor to Arthur Newspaper with a focus on local contemporary arts and culture. Excited about working with artists in the Peterborough community, Cameron looks to provide a space where the scene can ‘see-itself’ reflected through thoughtful artist interviews and deep engagement with contemporary artists’ works, exhibitions, and practices in the Peterborough community. Cameron is a graduate of the Graphic Design and Visual Communication program at Fleming College and has ¾ of a degree in Cultural Studies from Trent University. He is currently pursuing his post-graduate certificate in Museum Management and Curatorship at Fleming College.

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Trent and Modernist Architecture
During the 1950s, the “International Style” came to Canada. This style of architecture, also referred to as “international modernism” rejected the ornamentation of the decade's prior dominance of art-deco and lasted from about 1917-1965. This movement had a strong influence on Trent University's Lead Architect, Ron Thom. Cameron Noble tells the story behind what makes Trent's Peterborough campuses unique across Canada.
In Conversation with Michael Nathaniel Green for "Come Closer"
Community Contributor, Cameron Noble, sits down with sculptor Michael Nathaniel Green to discuss his exhibition "Come Closer" at Peterborough's Artspace until November 25th, 2023.
Binary Sea - Elden Ring Review: First Impressions
Cameron Noble reviews 'Elden Ring' declaring the game a 'triumphant moment' for video games, unpacking how it subverts trope and cliche and immerses the player in an entirely new world.
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