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How digital art helped students at Peterborough’s Trent University make the most of the...
A collection of digital artworks, created by students as a part of Cultural Studies studio courses, exhibited online by Artspace until August 31.
Introducing the artists of the Nogojiwanong Indigenous Fringe Festival in Peterborough (part two)
Featuring Jennifer Alicia, D.B. McLeod, and Stephanie Pangowish.
Introducing the artists of the Nogojiwanong Indigenous Fringe Festival in Peterborough (part one)
Featuring Sarah Gartshore and Lois Apaquash of Zaagi'idiwin Collective, Tiger Will Mason, and Olga Barrios and Norma Araiza of Vanguardia Dance Projects .
You can help the Peterborough Native Learning Program win $20,000 during National Indigenous History...
Every dollar donated in June will help the not-for-profit organization in Canada Helps' Great Canadian Giving Challenge.
Take a 10-minute pandemic break by watching The Theatre On King’s first foray into...
Peterborough's Dan Smith will perform his monologue 'Testing' for free on Zoom every half-hour during the evenings of June 10 and 11 and the afternoon of June 12.
Peterborough’s Christian Rose featured in three episodes of NBC’s sci-fi drama series ‘Debris’
20-year-old actor and musician discusses his role as Dario Maddox in the first season.
Artist David Bateman returns home with ‘Abstract Impersonations’ at Atelier Ludmila Gallery in downtown...
Solo exhibition of 10 paintings on display for by-appointment-only viewing until May 30.
Peterborough Arts Alive Fund has $100,000 to help local arts organizations recover from the...
Applications open until June 7 for grants of up to $10,000, administered by Electric City Culture Council and Community Foundation of Greater Peterborough .
Peterborough’s Public Energy Performing Arts is seeking local artists for residency program
Application deadline for 2021-2022 Local Artist in Residence Program extended until May 17.
Drew Hayden Taylor’s new TV series ‘Going Native’ is just what this pandemic needs
Premiering on APTN May 8, first season takes both a humorous and serious look at how Indigenous peoples are reshaping their culture in the 21st century.