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DEAD NORTH is a short genre film-making festival that is open to all the good people freezing their faces off North of 60. Over the course of two months, filmmakers from the circumpolar world produce original films in some of the world’s coldest climates.

Established in 2012, over 170...

Folk on the Rocks originated in 1980 as a non-profit society dedicated to organizing professional development and performance opportunities for Northern performers. Our well anticipated annual music festival draws one of the largest audiences to gather in the North and has gained a national...

The Great Northern Arts Society holds two main events throughout the year that offer opportunity for northern artists to show and sell their arts and crafts.

For 10 days every July, the Great Northern Arts Society hosts this annual summer festival, a celebration that highlights the best...

The Hay River Film Society is a non-profit created by a group of film fanatics for the purpose of promoting film in our town and the North as a whole. We do this through education, monthly public film screenings and special events featuring Northern films.

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 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...

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.

An eco-friendly festival that brings together Old Town merchants, artists and musicians. A weekend of activities for the whole family!

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...

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...

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