Arts

Breakdancing Yukon Society dances all day long

Dance marathon raises money for projects, events, and educational trips

Twinkle toes: Ballet great visits Whitehorse

‘It means that we have kids that are worth coming to see’

Saying goodbye to Sarah Steele

Sarah, A Love Story is a tender memoir that offers an intimate look at the death of a loved one

  • Feb 15, 2018

Whitehorse singer Kim Beggs releases fifth solo album

Said Little Sparrow focuses on friends, family and sticking together during the darkness of winter

Yukon musician Matthew Lien wants you to get out of your own head

‘First of all I can get you out of my head, and then I can put you in the Taj Mahal’

This ain’t a Muppet from your childhood: The Guild’s latest production features a raunchy hand puppet possessed by the devil

‘It’s a really deep play that is masked by a whole lot of dirty, raunchy comedy’

Whitehorse theatre festival plays with some new concepts

11th annual festival runs until Feb. 3

Painting the past: Kaska artist explores his childhood in new show

‘I used to say I painted and I carved. But now I say it’s through my ancestors.’

Available Light Film Festival develops

‘It’s just a bigger event with more importance to the audience and the community’

ReMatriate opens first ever gallery show at Arts Underground

‘I am so honoured by all these young women doing their work’

  • Jan 8, 2018

White Pass and Yukon Route musical chugs on without director

The cast and crew of Stonecliff are pushing forward without Conrad Boyce, who went on medical leave

Art exhibit at Yukon College’s Hilltop Bistro gives local artists a chance to shine

The exhibit features the work of nine artists, all members of the Yukon Artists @ Work co-op.

One woman, 24 characters: The Syringa Tree comes to Whitehorse

‘This is, to date, the most difficult thing I’ve ever had to tackle as a performer’

Whitehorse gallery gets all dolled up

Sculptors craft creepy dolls that tell mythical stories

Former SOVA student evokes Prairie childhood in award-winning artwork

Kayza DeGraff-Ford is the Yukon regional winner for the 15th annual BMO 1st Art! competition

Mystically modern: Whitehorse artist debuts new show exploring mysticism, feminism

‘I’m trying to speak to the feminine, to people who identify with feminine energy’

Yukon writers remember Whitehorse literary stalwart Jessica Simon

‘Being out on the water, hearing the birds, camping with her, those are great memories’

Tom Thomson, ‘glitter skunks’ and wolverines: Trapped opens at Yukon Arts Centre

Winnipeg-based artist Willow Rector’s new show runs until Nov.25

Landline offers Whitehorse residents a chance to text someone in Saint John

‘It encourages you to take some abnormal walks maybe’