Volume 10: Kawartha Potters Guild, Mysterious Entity Theatre and Theatre Trent

In our final episode of the first season of the Electric City Culturecast we speak with Karina Bates, Administrator of The Kawartha Potter’s Guild, about some of the great resources they offer for local potters.

We also continue our special series about Theatre in The Kawarthas with interviews with Em Glasspool of Mysterious Entity Theatre and Amy Cummings of Theatre Trent.

3 great interviews with local arts champions – a perfect way to round out our first season. See you next fall on the Electric City Culturecast.

The Electric City Culturecast is your window into arts, culture and heritage in Peterborough. Meet local artists, get to know the people working behind the scenes in some of the premiere arts and heritage organizations in the province, and get involved in the cultural issues of the day. It’s an arty party with your hosts, the Electric City Culture Council’s Executive Director Su Ditta and Program Coordinator Eva Fisher. News, reviews, advice information, art!

Every other Wednesday @ 7:00 pm on Trent Radio, 92.7 FM or also available as a podcast.

Volume 9: Robert Winslow

This week we continue our exploration of the Peterborough Theatre scene with an  interview with Robert Winslow.  From the Union Theatre to the 4th Line Theatre, Robert has forged his own path to success in the arts.

The Electric City Culturecast is your window into arts, culture and heritage in Peterborough. Meet local artists, get to know the people working behind the scenes in some of the premiere arts and heritage organizations in the province, and get involved in the cultural issues of the day. It’s an arty party with your hosts, the Electric City Culture Council’s Executive Director Su Ditta and Program Coordinator Eva Fisher. News, reviews, advice information, art!

Every other Wednesday @ 7:00 pm on Trent Radio, 92.7 FM or also available as a podcast.

Music:

Be My Escape – Rose Erin Stokes

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Volume 8: Saint James Players and The Theatre Guild

Saint James Players and The Theatre Guild: two top notch theatre organizations with a deep history in Peterborough, but did you know that they are both completely volunteer run?

This week we continue our exploration of the Peterborough Theatre scene.

The Electric City Culturecast is your window into arts, culture and heritage in Peterborough. Meet local artists, get to know the people working behind the scenes in some of the premiere arts and heritage organizations in the province, and get involved in the cultural issues of the day. It’s an arty party with your hosts, the Electric City Culture Council’s Executive Director Su Ditta and Program Coordinator Eva Fisher. News, reviews, advice information, art!

Every other Wednesday @ 7:00 pm on Trent Radio, 92.7 FM or also available as a podcast.

Volume 7: Kings and Roses

This episode marks the beginning of our local theatre series.

We speak with Lily Ross Millard and Anne White from Theatre collective Ring O’Rosie about working in a collective, theatre in unusual spaces, and typhus.

We also interview Ryan Kerr from The Theatre on King about the history of fringe theatre in Peterborough and how he happily went from crowds of hundreds to a crowd of 30.

The Electric City Culturecast is your window into arts, culture and heritage in Peterborough. Meet local artists, get to know the people working behind the scenes in some of the premiere arts and heritage organizations in the province, and get involved in the cultural issues of the day. It’s an arty party with your hosts, the Electric City Culture Council’s Executive Director Su Ditta and Program Coordinator Eva Fisher. News, reviews, advice information, art!

Every other Wednesday @ 7:00 pm on Trent Radio, 92.7 FM or also available as a podcast.

Volume 6: Reframe

We speak with Elwood Jones of the Trent Valley Archives about Peterborough’s built heritage and the resources and events offered by the Archives.

We also welcome Krista English, Executive Director of the Reframe FIlm Festivals. Peterborough has long been a hotbed of film festivals but Reframe has established Peterborough as a central place for documentary film. Learn more about the festival’s history and this year’s programming.

The Electric City Culturecast is your window into arts, culture and heritage in Peterborough. Meet local artists, get to know the people working behind the scenes in some of the premiere arts and heritage organizations in the province, and get involved in the cultural issues of the day. It’s an arty party with your hosts, the Electric City Culture Council’s Executive Director Su Ditta and Program Coordinator Eva Fisher. News, reviews, advice information, art!

Every other Wednesday @ 7:00 pm on Trent Radio, 92.7 FM or also available as a podcast.

Music:

Silver Screen – Dylan Ireland

Volume 5: Stay Warm, Peterborough

In this episode of the Electric City Culturecast we begin by speaking with John Hoffman and Rob Fortin of Carried Away, two of the many talented musicians involved in In From the Cold, an annual holiday concert in support of the Yes Shelter for Youth and Families. The incredible musical guests continue with Michael Newnham, Music Director and Conductor of the Peterborough Symphony Orchestra, who discusses an upcoming concert featuring the score from a well loved holiday movie. And – Extra! Extra! This week on Ask Su, we discuss media releases.

The Electric City Culturecast is your window into arts, culture and heritage in Peterborough. Meet local artists, get to know the people working behind the scenes in some of the premiere arts and heritage organizations in the province, and get involved in the cultural issues of the day. It’s an arty party with your hosts, the Electric City Culture Council’s Executive Director Su Ditta and Program Coordinator Eva Fisher. News, reviews, advice information, art!

Every other Wednesday @ 7:00 pm on Trent Radio, 92.7 FM or also available as a podcast.

Music:

Soul Cake – Carried Away

Volume 4: Friday Night in Peterborough

The Electric City Culturecast is your window into arts, culture and heritage in Peterborough. Meet local artists, get to know the people working behind the scenes in some of the premiere arts and heritage organizations in the province, and get involved in the cultural issues of the day. It’s an arty party with your hosts, the Electric City Culture Council’s Executive Director Su Ditta and Program Coordinator Eva Fisher. News, reviews, advice information, art!

Every other Wednesday @ 7:00 pm on Trent Radio, 92.7 FM or also available as a podcast.

In this episode visual artist and gallery owner Peer Christensen (Christensen Fine Art) and artist and art journalist, Anne Jaeger (Trout in Plaid) discuss “First Fridays”. Find out everything you need to know about the first Friday of every month, when all of the galleries and studios in downtown Peterborough open their doors at the same time so you can see new exhibitions, meet the artists, and “make the scene.”

Music:

Theme, Jack Beda

On the Ceiling, Renders

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Volume 3: Art Rats

The Electric City Culturecast is your window into arts, culture and heritage in Peterborough. Meet local artists, get to know the people working behind the scenes in some of the premiere arts and heritage organizations in the province, and get involved in the cultural issues of the day. It’s an arty party with your hosts, the Electric City Culture Council’s Executive Director Su Ditta and Program Coordinator Eva Fisher. News, reviews, advice information, art!

Every other Wednesday @ 7:00 pm on Trent Radio, 92.7 FM or also available as a podcast.

In this episode we interview Kate Story of the Precarious: Peterborough ArtsWORK Festival – a multidisciplinary event happening throughout November 2017 in Peterborough.

Music: Come Hell or High Water, Nick Ferrio

Volume 2: ‘Tis the Season Part 2

The Electric City Culturecast is your window into arts, culture and heritage in Peterborough. Meet local artists, get to know the people working behind the scenes in some of the premiere arts and heritage organizations in the province, and get involved in the cultural issues of the day. It’s an arty party with your hosts, the Electric City Culture Council’s Executive Director Su Ditta and Program Coordinator Eva Fisher. News, reviews, advice information, art!

Every other Wednesday @ 7:00 pm on Trent Radio, 92.7 FM or also available as a podcast.

Featuring an interview with Jon Hedderwick (Peterborough Poetry Slam Collective) Chair of the Canadian Festival of Spoken Word 2017 and another look at the seasons from some of the city’s arts greats.

Music: Snow by Ziy von B featuring Karine Rogers (banjo) and DJ Who (beat box)

ECCC theme music by Jack Beda of the Kawartha Youth Orchestra (clarinet solo)

Volume 1: ‘Tis the Season

The Electric City Culturecast is your window into arts, culture and heritage in Peterborough. Meet local artists, get to know the people working behind the scenes in some of the premiere arts and heritage organizations in the province, and get involved in the cultural issues of the day. It’s an arty party with your hosts, the Electric City Culture Council’s Executive Director Su Ditta and Program Coordinator Eva Fisher. News, reviews, advice information, art!

Every other Wednesday @ 7:00 pm on Trent Radio, 92.7 FM or also available as a podcast.

The inaugural episode of the Electric City Culturecast, featuring a look at some of Peterborough’s most established arts organizations and how they organize their annual programming.

Music: Theme from the film LAND created by Shannon Taylor with a score by Benj Rowland for EC3’s Canada 150 Project New Visions/ Old Land.