KIAC, Yukon Government and Friends of the Yukon Permanent Art Collection (FOYPAC) are hosting an info session about the Yukon Permanent Art Collection: what it is, when are the deadlines, who’s it for, and how to apply! The online presentation will be hosted by local artists Veronica Verkley and Cari Tangedal along with Garnet Muething, Art Curator at Yukon Government Tourism and Culture. The session will be followed by a Q & A.
Congratulations to the Spring 2020 Culture Quest recipients. ArtsNet Society, Fireweed Heroes, Town of Watson Lake, and more! We are thrilled to support a wide range of artistic and cultural projects in the territory.
The upcoming Culture Quest deadline is September 15th, 2020 (Fall intake). More information and application details and guidelines are available here.
Kay Linley : The Work in Process
July 25 – 31
Saturday & Sunday: 6 – 8pm
Monday – Friday: 12 – 5pm
For the final instalment in our summer pop up exhibition series Kay Linley will share paintings and writing samples reflecting upon a formative kayak journey.
July 16th - 22nd, 12pm - 5pmIn the ODD GalleryPlease join us in celebrating the imagination and creativity that have helped many kids make it through the last few months of isolation and distancing. The…
For our second installment of Community Features, we’ve reached out to Dawson resident Kelly Vittrekwa who will be performing at 7 PM tomorrow in the virtual play ‘Dominion’, with Gwaandak Theatre as part of the free 2020 Indigenous Summer Play Readings.
Kelly shares her passion for performing arts, her first forays into the wild world of Boardwalk Burlesque, and her very first job – working at the Palace Grand Theatre at sixteen years old!
The Klondike Institute of Art & Culture is checking in with a few of the inspiring, creative, and unique individuals who make up the colourful mosaic of Dawson City’s arts community:
Stephen Gallant is a classically trained, multi-instrumentalist director and performer who has held the role of Musical Director at Diamond Tooth Gerties in Dawson City, Yukon, for 7 consecutive seasons.