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Dancing in limbo: New dance show set to make its premiere in the Yukon

The show premieres on July 9 at the Yukon Arts Centre

Photos: Adäka festival celebrates local and national talent

The cultural festival is running out of the Kwanlin Dün Cultural Centre

A musical environment: educator Remy Rodden to retire, focus on music full-time

Remy Rodden, a popular educator with Environment Yukon, is retiring from the government

Indigenous artists gather in Haines Junction for the Dákù Nän Ts’éddhyèt Dance Festival

‘We are hearing new songs and seeing new takes on regalia and it is evolving because Indigenous people are not stagnant.’

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Local acts speak to the importance of music, identity ahead of APTN concerts highlighting Indigenous music

‘It’s important that young artists get their chance to show what they’re doing with their music’

Moppets unite: Yukon Arts Centre gets ready for its first children’s festival

The inaugural Midnight Sun Moppets Children’s Festival is happening May 18

Northern Fiddlestorm forecast for Yukon Arts Centre

More than 80 fiddlers will be on stage for year-end performance

Yukonstruct gets an artistic touch-up

The space held an event April 30 to celebrate new art installations in its Whitehorse building.

Whitehorse playwright gets into failed Parliament bomber’s head in a new show

In The Last President of Canada, Doug Rutherford takes on the story of Paul Chartier

Atomic Vaudeville cabaret comes north

A long list of Yukoners are involved in this month’s production

BreakOut West is coming to the Yukon this fall

Part of the event is designed to help amateur musicians find their way

Q&A: Donovan Woods

The folk-country singer-songwriter will perform at the Yukon Arts Centre March 29

Author Kate Harris wins $30k RBC Taylor Prize for her first book, Lands of Lost Borders

“It was all very dreamlike; it still is,” Harris said of the award

Yukon poet channels his downtown flirt

“There’s something to be said for getting out of your comfort zone.”

Women directors responsible for half of the Available Light lineup this year

Exactly half of the 44 films on ALFF’s program were directed by women

Newest Berton resident pens prose on the Peel

Carleigh Baker is working on novel about her experience on The Peel Project.

  • Jan 31, 2019

10 Yukoners receive advanced artist awards

The money went out to writers, musicians and visual artists