Kevin Bolstad says painting is “just a part of who he is.” He’s hosting his first solo exhibit on Saturday at Yellowknife's Explorer Hotel.
Isaiah Wiltzen, a second-year university student from Fort Smith, has curated his first museum exhibit. The show opens at the town's museum on Thursday.
Fort Smith artist Melanie Jewell is among 13 Canadians whose work graces this year's Purolator holiday boxes.
A virtual and free production of Handel’s Messiah is breaking new linguistic and cultural ground. The NWT's Leela Gilday is among 12 singers from across Canada.
Ten finalists have been announced for the 2020 Arctic Inspiration Prize, including four proposals related to projects in the Northwest Territories.
Rabbit snaring, traditional medicine, literacy camps and canoe trips are among projects funded by the NWT's On The Land Collaborative this year.
They call it Curlfriends: three women and a guest star conquer the world of Yellowknife rec curling. It won the city's annual film pitch contest – take a look.
A French-language “comic tale of alcoholism and global warming,” Jack est Scrap is the first book by Denis Lord, who spent four years reporting for Radio Taïga.
High Arctic, the latest album from NWT band Digawolf, was released on Friday. Listen to the tracks and discover frontman Diga's poetic inspiration.
Yellowknifers are racing to reserve 30-minute, Covid-friendly viewing slots at a series of holiday craft fairs. If you miss out, there are options online, too.
After a nationwide search, Fort Simpson's Jiah Dzentu has been selected to become a production trainee on the set of Netflix's new Ryan Reynolds movie.
A northern music program that empowers women, girls, and non-binary people is on its way to the NWT – and has an eye on the Arctic Inspiration Prize.