River Doucette

May 3 – May 31 — Dänojà Zho Cultural Centre Residency — River Doucette is a painter, fire performer, and musician. During her residency she will be working on a series of visual art pieces combining the experiences of her time living in Dawson City the past 4 and half
years. — Artist Talk May 28, 5:30pm @ DZCC

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Patrick Lundeen

May 3 – May 31 — Patrick Lundeen’s artistic practice includes explorations of painting, drawing, sculpture, sound, video, food, performance, and public art. While in Dawson, Patrick plans to undertake experimental musical and material explorations that amalgamate the sights, sounds, materials and culture that exist within the Dawson City limits. — Workshop May 25 1-3pm @ KIAC, Open Studio May 29 6pm @ Macaulay House

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Libbie Farrell

April 4 – May 1 — Libbie Farrell (She/They) is an interdisciplinary artist and maker working across textiles, media, and printmaking. While at KIAC, Libbie will be working on a handful of pieces for an ongoing series called “Super Epic Mega Journey Bitch.” The series is composed of a collection of sewn tapestries/quilts featuring campy colourful and strange lady-like creatures. ARTIST TALK – April 24, 6pm @ KIAC

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Regan Shrumm

April 2 – May 2 — Regan Shrumm (they/them) is a queer, genderqueer, and disabled interdisciplinary artist and curator. Regan tries to make art more accessible to individuals by focusing their practice on everyday things that all humans do, such as eating, grieving, and sleeping.
ARTIST TALK – April 24, 6pm @ KIAC

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Brittney Rand

Jan 3 – 31 — DCMF Songwriter in Residence – Brittney Rand is an electronic music artist, sound recordist, and contemporary composer based in Edmonton, Alberta. Rand will be performing her solo project, Cherrie Laurel, on Jan 12 at 8pm in the KIAC Dënäkär Zho Ballroom. Artist Talk – January 29, 7pm, Macaulay Residence (907 7th Ave)

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Krystle Silverfox

Nov 8 – Dec 20 — Krystle Silverfox is an interdisciplinary artist residing in Whitehorse, Yukon. She is a citizen of Selkirk First Nation, and belongs to the Wolf Clan. Silverfox’s work bundles together conceptual art, material practices, decolonialism, and Indigenous futurity. Artist Talk – November 29, 6pm, SOVA (Yukon School of Visual Arts)

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