Authors Articles by Elizabeth Fennell

Articles by Elizabeth Fennell

Elizabeth Fennell
9 Articles
Elizabeth Fennell is a graduate of Trent and Fleming with interests in regional history, popular culture, and material curation. She became a fan of Peterborough's art scene while working on Artspace's archival restoration and has been straddling the arts-heritage sectoral divide ever since. Founder of Gallery in the Attic and The Peterborough Darkroom Project, she's merely a member now, but you can still follow her on Facebook or on Twitter @ElizaFennell.
Artist and glass blower Brad Copping spent a year in residence at the Canadian Canoe Museum covering a 16' cedar strip canoe in a mirrored mosaic map. This canoe will be exhibited along with other pieces from this recent body of work in the Main Gallery at the Art Gallery of Peterborough in June.

Art on the Street – June 2016

Featuring ACME Studio, AGN, AGP, Artspace, Christensen Fine Art, Eddy Creak, Evans Contemporary, GITA, Proximity Fine Art, Rails End Gallery and more.
50/50, Artspace's annual gala art draw and aution, takes place on Friday, May 6 in Peterborough (photo: Artspace)

Art on the Street – May 2016

Exhibits in Cobourg, Peterborough, Lindsay, and Warkworth featuring artists Mike Smalley, Anne Renouf, the Leitmotif group, and more.
Part of the SPARK Photo Festival, "Photography in the Creative Process" presents Peer Christensen's paintings alongside their photographic origins, allowing viewers into the artist's decision-making process (images courtesy of Peer Christensen)

Art on the Street – April 2016

Featuring Christensen Fine Art, Artspace, Kawartha Artists' Gallery & Studio, Art Gallery of Peterborough, Evans Contemporary, and more.
This mural, entitled "The Beauty of Our People", is one of the works by Arthur Shilling currently on display at the Art Gallery of Peterborough (photo: Art Gallery of Peterborough / Facebook)

Art on the Street – March 2016

Featuring Art Gallery of Peterborough, Artspace, Black Honey, Art School of Peterborough, Gallery in the Attic, and more
The new group show at Gallery in the Attic in downtown Peterborough features work by Chey Greig, David Brown, Joe Stable, Paul Oldham, and more (photo: Jamie Campbell)

Art on the Street – February 2016

Featuring Gallery in the Attic, Art Gallery of Peterborough, Artspace, Evans Contemporary, Christensen Fine Art, and Art Gallery of Northumberland. .
There's still time to catch four exhibits at the Art Gallery of Peterborough, including the "Landing" exhibit featuring this work by the late David Bierk (image courtesy of Art Gallery of Peterborough)

Art on the Street – January 2016

Featuring continuing exhibits at the Art Gallery of Peterborough, new shows at Evans Contemporary, Artspace, and Black Honey, and changes at Gallery in the Attic.
You have lots of opportunities to support the creative economy during December with exhibitions at local galleries, including the annual Winter Group Show at Gallery in the Attic in downtown Peterborough (photo: Jamie Campbell)

Art in the Street – December 2015

Spotlight on diversity and variety this holiday season.
A trio of mixed-media exhibitions open at Peterborough's Gallery in the Attic on Friday, November 6, including the gravity-defying ceramics ceramics of artist Bill Reddick (photo: Rebecca Black)

Art in the Street – November 2015

Past meets present with new and collected works on display this month.
The first show ever produced by Public Energy, back in November 1994 when it was known as Peterborough New Dance, was Debra Brown's "Apogée" (photo: Cylla von Tiedeman)

Public Energy: The Power of Performance

20 memories from 20 years of presenting new dance and performance in Peterborough.

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