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Starting now you’ll just see longer blog posts/articles on the blog, and news items, videos, links, etc on the Facebook Feed. Nice and simple. Happy reading!Posted in Articles, Artists, Film, News, Testimonials | Tagged articles, blog, canadas north, Facebook page, film, inuit art, news, nwt art | Comments Off on NEW on the site: Facebook Feed
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The Winnipeg Art Gallery designs a new showcase for Inuit art
Architect Michael Maltzan’s new vision for the Winnipeg Art Gallery focuses on making Inuit culture visible to the city at large Continue reading
This has been a week of loss for the Inuit artistic community. My heartfelt condolences go out to family and friends of the beautiful Joey Ammaq, talented musician, father and husband and member of ArtCirq, who went well before his time, and the great sculptor Kiawak Ashoona who left us a legacy of art to remember him by, and I’ve now just learned that Inuit art champion and gallery owner, Judy Kardosh has passed. Nakurmiik to all of you, you will be missed. Continue readingPosted in News | Tagged artists, canadas north, community, FBRSS, inuit art | Comments Off on A week of loss for the Inuit artistic community
While it may be true that she cannot sew a button, she really does she know her textiles! My friend, colleague and charmingly nutty Nova Scotia ‘neighbour’, Judith Varney Birch….
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Arctic art presented with passion
“Do you know how long it takes to make an igloo?” Curator Judith Varney Burch knows from personal experience. Read on to learn more about igloos, Inuit art and her burning passion for the cold north. Continue reading
Inuit art – it’s alive! So fantastic!
Stop-motion animations created during the 2014 Nunavut Arts Festival in Cambridge Bay, Nunavut. Continue readingPosted in Artists, Film, News, videos | Tagged animation, art, canadas north, FBRSS, inuit art, Nunavut | Comments Off on Inuit art – it’s alive!
I was recently tasked with turning an empty tradeshow floor into a vibrant arts and culture pavilion at the 2014 Northern Lights Conference, a biannual celebration and promotion of Nunavut, Nunatsiaq and Nunavik, held in Ottawa, our nation’s capital. It’s … Continue readingPosted in News | Tagged Andrew Qappik, Dan Wade, fashion, Inuit, inuit art, Luke Airut, Lynn Feasey, Mathew Nuqingaq, NL2014, northern art, northern performers, Okpik Pitseolak, Points North Creative, throat singing | Comments Off on How to turn a tradeshow floor into an arts and culture pavilion…
New Generation of Arctic Artists – great article on the talent north of 60… http://www.theglobeandmail.com/news/national/the-north/a-new-generation-of-arctic-artists-push-the-boundaries-of-northern-art/article16387953/Posted in News | Tagged FacebookPages, fashion, IFTTT, Inuit, inuit art, music, northern performers, theatre, throat singing | Comments Off on A new generation of Arctic artists push the boundaries of Northern art
I’m in Ulukhaktok, NWT this week, working on an exciting project to celebrate culture in the community. This is one of my favourite arctic communities. It lies on the edge of the Beaufort Sea – around 70° latitude. Ulukhaktok … Continue readingPosted in News | Tagged Arts, camera, culture, filmmaking, Inuit, inuit art, Inuvialuit, IRC, Jay Bulckaert, Loren McGinnis, Lynn Feasey, NWT, Ulukhaktok, workshop | Leave a comment
Welcome to my new site – I’m late launching it, but I’ve been busy with some very creative projects! But now, I’m ready to share some of these projects as well as random thoughts on arts and culture, and how … Continue readingPosted in News | Tagged art, Arts, creative, culture, inuit art, northern art | Leave a comment