Throughout Canada’s North, First Nations, Métis and Inuit organizations, large and small, grapple with similar imperatives: how best to preserve the stories and traditions...
One of the most recognizable and beloved Yellowknifers.
Turning her life into art-making and her art-making back into life.
Last profiled by Canada’s Arctic Journal over 10 years ago, it would not be an unfair question were one to ask - what has talented Inuit rocker Sinuupa been up to since then?
Royals Visit Yellowknife September/October 2011
Two individuals are being appointed to the Order of Canada. Both are being recognized for their contributions to Canada’s North, its people, its culture: a passion they share.
Cynthia Pitsiulak and Annie Aningmiuq steal the show at Rüdiger Oppermann’s Klangwelten 2011.
Campers at Actua’s Health Careers Camp analyze real x-rays of the human body, listen to a baby’s heartbeat and remove plaque from realistic teeth moulds with genuine dental instruments. During this weeklong, hands-on experience, the children are not just roleplaying, they is starting to think about their own career in health sciences.
A Long Hot Summer is the “working title” for a future big screen feature film being produced and directed by wildlife cinematographer and Arctic environmentalist Adam Ravetch and his company, Arctic Bear Productions. The final product, I expect, is going to be a feel-good, Disney-style cinematic treatment featuring a lone young polar bear.
If you find yourself in Winnipeg between now and April 8, 2012, be sure to take in the glowing exhibit, New Art from Cape Dorset at the Winnipeg Art Gallery. Pieced together by Inuit Art Curator Darlene Coward Wight, the show turns the spotlight on two of Cape Dorset’s promising and prolific young artists, Ningeokuluk Teevee and Tim Pitsiulak.