Aviaq Johnston’s award-winning novel to be adapted by National Theatre of Greenland.
Courtesy Gerth Lyberth/Nunatta Isiginnaartitsisarfia
Inuit musicians adapt tradition to the COVID-19 era.
ILLUSTRATION BY BETH COVVEY
Since Yellowknife’s Charlene Chapple made her first romper five years ago, people have been flocking to her designs.
Photo by Samantha Adrienne
Dene designer Robyn McLeod melds past and future through her luxury clothing line
Photo by Alistair Maitland
Transporting a juvenile humpback whale sculpture made out of salvaged ocean plastics to the Yukon is a delicate operation, even without a global pandemic going on.
PHOTOGRAPHY BY KANINA HOLMES
The Dene worldview is embedded in our songs, and it needs to be heard now more than ever.
PHOTO BY JEN SQUIRES, COURTESY LEELA GILDAY
Iqaluit artist Jesse Tungilik blasts off in his sealskin spacesuit.
PHOTO COURTESY OF JESSICA KOTIERK