Michael Fazackerley

Michael Fazackerley

Michael Fazackerley was raised in Peterborough and after many travels he has found it a pretty good place to be in the world. He is actively engaged in social and political affairs in the community, particularly with respect to the arts. Currently he divides his time between writing a monthly arts column, arts promotion, working at a local brewery, and attending school at Fleming college.


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Rick Fines playing guitar signing in front of a microphone on stage

When it comes to music, all roads lead to Peterborough

“I’ve got really great relationships with the people that I work with, and with the people that are coming into the community,” says Sean Conway, from The Garnet on Hunter Street in Peterborough. It’s a small venue, but it’s big on music. Some of the most talented independent musicians in the country grace the stage

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Evans Contemporary: A vision for Peterborough as an international centre for art and culture

After traveling the world for over 20 years as an artist and cultural worker, Peterborough native Paolo Fortin returned in 2010 to buy a home in the famed Avenues district of the city. Fortin was excited that a promising arts and cultural scene had sprung up in downtown Peterborough and glad to see the emergence

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