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Art Societies/Organizations

The annual NWT International Lute Festival travels to several NWT communities each September. It is successful in both presenting early music as an enjoyable cultural modern music experience and the instruction on the historical context of the music and instruments of our shared past.

Open Sky Creative Society (OSCS) was formed in 1999 by local artists & arts supporters who saw a need for an arts & cultural service organization as well as presentation & artist outreach opportunities the Dehcho. It is the only active non-profit, non-governmental, artist, and...

Dedicated to preserving the culture and heritage of the Inuit, Inuvialuit, Dene and Metis, and non-aboriginal peoples of the Canadian Arctic and Subarctic. The Prince of Wales Northern Heritage Centre houses the territorial museum, the Northwest Territories (NWT) Archives, and provides many...

Priscilla’s Revenge is a three piece Rockin’ Blues Band. In the last 2 years this band has been playing a variety of venues around Yellowknife. The combination of talented players coupled with a electric blues format, acoustic blues and thoughtful lyrics are receiving very favorable response...

CIVR Radio Taïga 103.5 FM est une station de radio communautaire de  langue française diffusée à Yellowknife et partout dans le monde sur le http://lecteur.radiotaiga.com

Each year for the month of March, a winter wonderland is created on Yellowknife Bay where the Snowking and his northern toughened helpers raise up one of Yellowknife and the NWT's proudest monuments...the Snowcastle. Erected and built out of the frozen waters and white powder snow of Great Slave...

The Hay River Museum Society (HRMS) is a place for people to gather to experience the rich history and culture of the community and the region surrounding us. The Heritage Centre (Museum) is located in the historic 'Old Town', by the flowing waters of the Hay River near to where it empties into...

The troupe uses songs and chants to recount Inuvialuit legends, stories, and traditions, all to the rhythmic beat of drums.

Siglitmiut is the name for the coastal group of the Inuvialuit, and Siglitun is their language; this dynamic young group from Tuktoyaktuk is committed to keeping the...

"Welders Daughter" is known as Canada's house band of the North. Currently performing full time 5-7 nights per week, every week. Playing country, rock, pop, and top 40 dance covers as well as original music. They do it all. Dynamic versatility and quality musicianship displayed in their ever...

To produce, support, showcase and promote independent film, video, and digital media throughout the Northwest Territories.

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