Presented by Fleshy Thud, in partnership with Public Energy
Precarious explores, forges, and celebrates the many connections between art and labour in our community.
- Visual Art
- Poetry and Prose
- Critical Panels
- Artist Talks
- Site Specific Performances
Precarious Festival and EC3 Present:
The Status of the Artist in Peterborough Project
Electric City Culture Council (EC3) and the Precarious Festival join forces to undertake Peterborough’s first ever investigation of the social and economic conditions that impact local artists. This is a partnership project organized
with the support of Trent Community Research Centre.
Student researcher: Anna Currier.
Thanks to everyone who took the survey. Your feedback is so important.
Background Information and Resources HERE
FUNDERS: OAC, Public Energy, Theatre Trent, DBIA, CUPE 126,
Peterborough and District Labour Council, City of Peterborough, CUPE Local 3908, Kawartha Pine Ridge Elementary Teachers’ Federation of Ontario
SUPPORTERS: Peterborough Theatre Users Group, Evans Contemporary, TTOK