A group of twenty-two individuals of various attire are seated and standing on a fallen tree trunk over a body of frozen water, likely a lake or pond. The setting appears to be a cold day, as many individuals are wearing jackets, hats, and gloves. Bare trees and evergreens are visible in the background, suggesting a winter or late autumn season. The lighting suggests either early morning or late afternoon. There is no visible snow, but the ice on the water indicates freezing temperatures.

INSTALLATION: Imagine: The City We Want

Reservation is free for Festival Pass holders

General Shorts Admission: $5 or PWYC

In connection with Nogojiwanong/Peterborough’s current Climate Action Plan update, Kawartha Pine Ridge’s Youth Leadership in Sustainability (YLS) class has created a series of 2 minute video vignettes describing the fabulous city they live in, in 2044. These videos are available via QR code in several downtown locations leading up to and during the festival: Art Gallery of Peterborough, Artspace, GreenUP, Market Hall, Peterborough Public Library and Showplace. Encounter these acts of civic imagination and see how 20 years of ambitious and creative action by the city, initiated by the progressive Plan update work of 2024, have created an attractive and livable city that has embraced climate justice.

These films will also be available online from Jan 29th-February 4th

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