“More Fun” by What Fun!

“More Fun” by What Fun! What Fun! had the privilege of performing at the NFOTA Opening Ceremonies on Friday, September 16, and at the “Together We Can” concert on Saturday, October 1. Both events were held at the historic Victoria Hall in Cobourg. Andy Thompson, from Northumberland Music Studio / Studio 29 kindly recorded the…

Northumberland Art Lovers: Reva Nelson

“Resilience is not just handling stress or getting on with it, but it’s the ability to bounce back from difficult situations…get through them, but actually emerge stronger and better.” Reva Nelson NFOTA’s Shane Joseph interviews Reva Nelson, former actor, teacher librarian, seminar leader and keynote speaker across Canada and internationally. In this series we feature…

What’s on at the Festival: Blue Denim Press Author Evening

Refreshment in hand, join Blue Denim Press authors at The Mill for an evening of discussions on literature and readings from recently launched books. Learn about how authors coped and succeeded to create and publish their work during pandemic times. The following books will be launched at this event: In Love With The Night by…

Northumberland Art Lovers: Jeff Keary

“I have a degree in Fine Arts and a degree in English, which might seem, and probably are, the perfect qualifications for doing something like this, and I really kicked myself that I hadn’t been doing this since I was twenty-five.” Jeff Keary Today Shane Joseph interviews Jeff Keary, owner and editor of Grapevine Magazine,…

Northumberland Art Lovers: Susan Ferley

“The arts constantly support the economy of a community. The arts bring people out of their homes whether it’s to see a play or go to a dance performance or to hear music…It’s an occasion to celebrate…We’re going to continue to see the arts community in Northumberland County continue to grow and to flourish”–Susan Ferley,…

Northumberland Art Lovers: Tammy Robinson

“I really hope and foresee that the arts can help Northumberland’s economy recover post pandemic. They provide direct economic growth…I think you will see Northumberland County flourish once again.”–Tammy Robinson In this series we feature interviews and discussions with Individual Artists, Leaders of Arts Groups and Organizations, Civic Leaders, and other Arts Lovers in our…

Northumberland Art Lovers: Ronald Mackay

“I captured what might have been going on in the mind of a Polish officer as he kissed my mother’s hand. I think I captured what might have been my mother’s sacrifice.”–Ronald Mackay.