The Yellowknife Artist-Run Community Centre is holding an art critique pilot program it describes as "a grassroots art school" to support local artists.
The Trapper Radio Series highlights the talents and stories of more than 20 artists across the NWT, along with the importance of connection during the pandemic.
Watch two Yellowknifers take a test run at the snow sculpture of a Maori goddess they hope to reproduce at a Swedish festival later this month.
The NWT's Dechinta Centre for Research and Learning will help to host this year's Native American and Indigenous Studies Association conference.
Helped by a Dene contributor, an art installation is attempting to capture the cultural diversity of 180 groups in a series of custom-designed maple leaves.
NWT artist Robbie Craig says he is "honoured" to become the 2022 artist for the Yukon Quest. His work will appear on posters, publications, and street banners.
Dene author Katłįà Lafferty is beginning a three-month spell as a Vancouver library's first climate writer in residence.
A sewing program in Behchokǫ̀ called Come Sew with Auntie started up in January. It's been healing for both participants and the organizer during the pandemic.
Kids from Colville Lake rewrote the 12 Days of Christmas. What do you think they came up with to make each day more northern?
Yellowknife has for years welcomed the world's finest snow carvers. Now, the city is exporting them. Two residents will enter a contest in Sweden next month.
Yellowknife’s Folk on the Rocks launched early-bird and VIP ticket sales for its July 2022 festival, promising compensation if Covid-19 cancels the event.
Musicians and videographers are together creating an icy 15-minute Northwest Territories production that will make its debut in a completely different setting.