Six schools in the NWT have received $65,000 through the MusiCounts Band Aid program for new instruments and equipment.
Fort Smith residents are organizing an open-mic night on Tuesday in Conibear Park to raise funds for people displaced by flooding in the Dehcho.
An exhibition showcasing “creative expression during the first year of the pandemic” is open in Fort Simpson until May 14.
Shawna Yamkovy is rediscovering her language – and the community her ancestors knew and loved – as she works to preserve Dëne Sųłiné Yati in Łútsël K'é.
Ptarmicon says its annual gaming and cosplay convention, which didn't take place last year because of Covid-19, will return in a new, summer-long format.
"It's really pathetic that our territorial gallery is a trailer." A group of Yellowknife artists celebrated a decade together by calling for a permanent space.
Music Space, the downtown Yellowknife studio that acted as a form of community centre for the city's musicians, is to close in June.
A film from Caroline Cox, Tiffany Ayalik and Jerri Thrasher examines how food drives community activism in Tuktoyaktuk, Hawaii, Kansas City, and Colorado.
Groups in the Beaufort Delta have collaborated to create striking new sets of playing cards – Piannat Inuvialuktun – for Inuvialuit Settlement Region members.
Nine works by Northwest Territories artists were stolen from an Edmonton gallery's Crafted NWT exhibition early on Wednesday.
The NWT is reviewing how the territory's museum brings in revenue: everything from a new gift shop and corporate donations to whether you should pay to enter.
Inuvik resident Tracy Blyth's artwork has been chosen to appear on the front cover of the 2021-22 Northwestel phone directory.