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! 

Fracking Action North Call For Artist Volunteers: FOTR Booth

Fracking Action North (FAN) is hosting a booth at FOTR this year for the first time ever and is hoping to make it an interactive booth involving the whole family.  One of the activities we are planning is to do face painting on the young and whoever else wants it, with positive environmental messages on green energy and working to help the environment.  


Jill & Jackfish Productions is looking for NWT residents to crew the feature film “The Sun At Midnight”

Dates:  mid-August to early September. Paid. Some roles do not require experience and include a mentorship component.

Crew Needs:

·      Production Manager

·      Production Assistants

·      1st Assistant Director

·      Production Design

·      Wardrobe

·      Props

·      Makeup

·      Continuity/Script Supervisor

·      Location Sound Person

·      Camera Operator

·      1st Assistant Camera

·      Grip

·      Gaffer

·      Digital Assets Coordinator

Yellowknife Reads: Call for Panelists

The library is looking for four avid readers who are passionate about reading and debating to participate in a battle to determine the book that makes us the proudest to be Canadian.

Yellowknife Reads will take place on October 15, 2015 at 7:00 p.m. in the library meeting room.

Please email if you are interested in defending a book (include your proposed book title) or would like to nominate someone from the community.


(YELLOWKNIFE, NT - June 23, 2015) NWT Pride is proud to announce the theme for our 2015 festival, “Free To Be”. 


“Free To Be” is about recognizing everyone’s right to be who they want to be and love who they want to love without judgement. The NWT Pride festival celebrates our individuality and our differences. We aim to create a place that promotes visibility for all of our diverse communities. This year we are recognizing every individual’s right to act, speak, and think freely.