Yellowknife artist Alida Ryan describes how moving to the city helped her ahead of her first solo show, coming up in November at Mermaid and Moon.
Given a sheet of bathroom tissue 10 feet wide, Dene fashion designer Tishna Marlowe produced a gown that honours women with cancer in Łútsël K'é.
Our new podcast, Cabin Book Club, explores a northerner's life through five books. In episode one: artist and residential school survivor Antoine Mountain.
New films featuring polar bears, elk, and even a mosquito take consent "beyond being a yes-or-no thing." They were created and voiced by northern youth.
Yellowknife-born actor Dustin Milligan joined the team behind documentary Food for the Rest of Us as an executive producer. It screens in Toronto next month.
NWT artists in "survival mode" said a new strategy, designed to grow the sector in the next decade, must be backed by "real political desire to make change."
“There's a lot going on. Now, we need a place to do it.” Fort McPherson's Teetl'it Gwich'in Band Council is seeking nearly $8 million for a cultural building.
Creating art mentorships, improving access to funding, and increasing the number of arts spaces are among goals in a new, 10-year arts strategy for the NWT.
Some large works by one of the most internationally celebrated Inuit artists of the 20th century are back on display in Yellowknife – if you know where to look.
A century after its signing, Treaty 11 is now on display at Yellowknife's Prince of Wales Northern Heritage Centre. You can see it until late October.
A symposium hosted by NWT artists explores how Indigenous people see themselves in the future. Highlights include a 360-degree film on a moosehide dome screen.
“It's just been such a blessing and wonderful experience. My heart is full.” Artists gathered in Yellowknife for the Strong People, Strong Communities festival.