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The Aurora Arts Society (AAS) was established in 1999 under the NWT’s Society Act with the objectives of promoting and supporting arts, culture and heritage in the City of Yellowknife and the North as an umbrella organization in Yellowknife. These objectives were made for the benefit of all and...

The Deline Sewing group is a group of women from Deline who gather together twice a week to sew and work on their traditional fine crafts together. The group ranges in age therefore allowing for a transfer of knowledge, experience and different sewing styles to enhance and contribute new ideas...

First North Productions is 100% Aboriginal owned and operated, and was established in 2004 by John Gon. Since its inception, Northern-based First North Productions has become a fully integrated independent production company that offers services and develops and produces its own media programs....

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...

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 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...

Lunch Pail Theatre was established in April 1994 with its first production, "Talking Dirty".

To date we have produced over 30 live theatre shows at NACC and various other locations throughout town.  Tickets for our performances can be purchased in advance at the NACC Box Office or online...

The Northern Arts and Cultural Centre (NACC) is a 297 seat theatre facility located in Yellowknife, Northwest Territories, Canada. It was built with the help of the publisher of the Globe and Mail newspaper whose fund raising efforts raised monies from varied sources across Canada. It is the...

The NorthWords organizing committee was born on a snowy day in February, 2006. Conversations at literary events in Yellowknife, NWT, had led a number of writers and readers to the conclusion that there should be a summer literary arts festival in the community to showcase and support Aboriginal...

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