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Art Societies/Organizations

The Heritage Centre has been 12 years in the making with a small group of volunteers who devote their time and efforts to realize the dream.  Starting with small steps like getting ownership of the land and building, and moving through feasibility studies to architectural drawings, interior...

As you drive past the scenic Seven Spruce Golf Course and onto 100th Street, the community's main artery, the Visitor Centre is located on your left. We provide historic tours in the surrounding areas, sharing traditional knowledge about the land.

The Fort Simpson Visitor Centre sells a...

Every July, Inuvik hosts an annual summer venue for visual artists and performers to show and market their work, meet other artists, see different styles of work and learn new techniques. This 10 day celebration highlights the best arts and culture that the North has to offer.

Over 100...

The Hamlet of Tulita is very proud of its artist. We want to assist them to develop as artists, sell and promote their art and pass on their knowledge and skill to other generations. To assist our artists, the Hamlet of Tulita is organizing our new cultural center as a retail space for Tulita...

Since 2007, the Hay River Early Music Society has focused on contributing to the enhancement of contributing to our community's social profile and well being by providing an entirely unique event (the NWT International Lute Festival) promoting fellowship, tourism, health and wellness through...

IRC Craft shop buys directly from artists and has no mark up. That means that every dollar goes straight back to the artists. We sell fur hats, fur mitts, beaded hide products, carvings, muskox sweaters, purses, leather jackets, scarves, seal slippers, ookpiks, hide drums, dolls, and prints. We...

The Inuvik Drummers and Dancers was brought together in 1989 by a younger generation of adult Inuvialuit who wanted to bring drum dancing into their lives having been inspired by the elders of the original Mackenzie Delta Drummers and Dancers.  From their guidance and instruction, the Group...

The Inuvik Youth Centre Society was born in 1996 as a result of a grassroots initiative to meet the needs of the youth of Inuvik. The initiative itself originated with an informal survey of Inuvik youth between the ages of thirteen and nineteen. The anonymous survey revealed that many of youth...

Kiwi North's front man, Lindsay Waugh of Fort Simpson, travels the North playing with other local musicians, making the ears of northerners happy.

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