#ShopYK to win $3000 worth of Art!

Shopping for art in Yellowknife just became a bit more lucrative. Until December 15 residents have an opportunity to win a $3000 shopping spree at one or more of the Yellowknife galleries participating in a shop local Passport Program.


Pick up a Passport at any of the 43 participating businesses and collect a stamp for every $20 spent. Once you’ve collected 30 stamps drop off your passport at any of the businesses or with the Yellowknife Chamber of Commerce and it will be entered into a draw to win a $3000 shopping spree.


2015 Cape Dorset Print Collection at Northern Images Gallery

Northern Images is pleased to host the 56th Annual Cape Dorset Print Collection. These coveted prints are released across the country once annually, Northern Images has been proud to participate in this release for over 40 years.

Official Release - Saturday October 17, 2015

Preview through October 16 at, call and reserve the prints now by contacting our Yellowknife gallery at 1-867-873-5944.

Spread hope this holiday season CNIB celebrates its annual holiday wreath campaign

With the month of holiday cheer fast approaching, soon it will be time to deck the halls, hang the mistletoe and enjoy festivities with family and friends. This year, make your home inviting and help CNIB celebrate its annual wreath campaign by hanging a CNIB holiday wreath on your door. Celebrate the holidays and spread hope this holiday season by getting a holiday wreath today!


The Northwest Territories Association of Architects invites all professional and amateur photographers to submit architecture-themed photos for a chance to win cash prizes.


Photos of architectural subjects within the NWT, Yukon and Nunavut may be entered into one of three categories: Public Spaces, Architecture, and Interior Architecture. Subjects may be new or old structures and spaces, and additions and restorations of existing structures. Subjects must be located within the three territories.




Sub Arctic IV Open Call

~~Yellowknife Artist Run Community Centre is accepting submissions from artists with an interest in developing a site specific project for the annual Snow Castle. We are looking for projects that examine and explore themes connected to the Winter Festival itself and/or the surrounding landscape of Great Slave Lake and Yellowknife Bay.


This is an opportunity for artists to consider how their art practice might respond to some of the environmental, cultural and political factors of Northern Canada.


Yellowknife Youth Choir Accepting New Members

The Yellowknife Youth Choir is accepting new members for the 2015-2016 season.  Singers aged 5 to 17 are invited to join one of our three choirs.  Rehearsals start September 14th and will be on Mondays from September until June.


Season highlights include Lessons and Carols at the Holy Trinity Anglican Church, the Yellowknife Music Festival and an exchange trip with the Bach Children's Chorus of Toronto in the Spring of 2016.


NACC New Season Online August 14th


We are delighted to launch the 31st season at the Northern Arts and Cultural Centre, REACHING New Latitudes. This year we want to recognize all communities that we visit on tour and give voice to the people we serve. NACC performances reach six communities from Fort Smith at the 60th parallel to Inuvik just above the 68th parallel. NACC is your community theatre which aims to bring arts and culture to northerners and warm their hearts throughout the cold months!