The NFVA is pleased to be partnering with Rotary True North to promote the 2014 Ice Device Contest.
The Prince of Wales Heritage Centre is currently seeking suggestions from the community for the purpose of designing interpretive tours on which to lead visitors. They intend to make the training for these tours available to all local tour guides, so as to improve visitors' enjoyment of the facility.
We are asking all of our members to provide any feedback that you have on what you would like to see included in these tours.
Please send all feedback to firstname.lastname@example.org
The Northern Arts and Cultural Centre will be holding its Annual General Meeting
Sunday, November 24th 2013 at 1:00pm
in the lobby of the Northern Arts and Cultural Centre
at 4701-52nd Avenue (Sir John Franklin High School)
For further information please contact the NACC office at 873-4950
NACC | 4701-52nd Avenue, Yellowknife, NT | Yellowknife | Northwest Territories | X1A 2N7 | Canada
NorthWords One-on-One Online Mentorship Program will give writers, at any stage of their careers, an opportunity to connect with a professional author to get their writing/publishing related questions answered or to get feedback on their work.
The program which will run from November 4, 2013 to March 31, 2014 offers two types of Mentorships:
1. Talk to an Author
Participants can book an hour of email time with one of five professional mentors to discuss anything about writing, publishing, self-publishing, agents, the writing process, ideas for articles etc.
Saturday, September 21
At Metro Cinema, 4 pm
8712-109th Street, Edmonton AB
Ph: (780) 425-9212
The recently completed animated film, The Woman Who Came Back, is the result of an 18 month research collaboration between the Tłı̨chǫ community of Behchokǫ in the Northwest Territories, and designer/filmmaker Adolpho Ruiz. Based on an oral narrative shared by Tłı̨chǫ elders, the visulaization of this project has combined indigenous methodologies with the practice of art, design, and animation.
At Down to Earth Gallery.
Time to come and pick up your canvases and sign up for this years show.
Rules. Cover 2, 6" x 6" canvases in whatever art form you wish. Do not sign the art work on the front only on the back. Return to the gallery by Tuesday Oct 8th. The show opening will be onThursday Oct 10th and the art will hang until Sunday Oct 13th.
Canvases can be picked up at the Down to Earth Gallery between 12 and 5 Monday to Sunday with a cost of $10 for 2 canvases.
The City of Yellowknife and the boys at Artless Collective have just released their latest Yellowknife video. This one, titled “5 Minutes From Home”, showcases a Yellowknife summer. Cameras followed around many locals, through hiking trails, festivals and on the water.
We would appreciate you circulating this call for applications for our Youth Ambassador Program through your respective networks. We’re selecting for programs the 2014 Arctic Winter Games in Fairbanks and the 2014 North American Indigenous Games in Regina. For more information check out the details on our website.
Rattlesnake - New Film igg.me/at/rattlesnake
A ten year old girl is in an arid, desert canyon when her father dies after he’s bit by a rattlesnake twice.
The little girl is left entirely alone with no roads or civilization close by, and she has to figure out what to do for herself.
There are a multitude of problems this little girl must face, only compounded by dealing with the death of her father..