Have you heard the rumours? KIAC is gearing up for the 'Roaring 20s! Revival' with not only a New Year's Eve Party, but a Platinum (20th) Anniversary Birthday Bash!
You are formally invited to the Odd Ball, KIAC's signature NYE event. Join us for a swirling glass...
Calling all Dawson artists and creatives! KIAC, SOVA, 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 presentation, hosted by local artists Veronica Verkley and Cari Tangedal, will be followed by a Q & A.
When: Wednesday, January 8th, 5:30 – 6:30 PM
Where: SOVA Lecture Room (upstairs)
Join our current Artists-in-Residence Andrea Kastner and Sonia Paço-Rocchia for an informal evening of show and tell! They will give a brief talk and then you can mingle in the studio and see what they’ve been up to!
Thursday, December 19th, 7:30pm at the Macaulay House (Princess and 7th).
A perfect basket for the beginner willow weaver, a harvest basket goes by many names: melon basket, potato basket, rib basket. Join us at KIAC for this long-awaited willow basket workshop with Sue Parsons!
Friday, January 3, 7:30pm (doors @ 7PM)
Red Snow (2019) is a dramatic feature that begins when Dylan, a Gwich’in soldier from the Canadian Arctic, is caught in an ambush in Afghanistan. His capture and interrogation by a Taliban Commander releases a cache of memories connected to the love and death of his Inuit cousin, Asana, and binds him closer to a Pashtun family as they escape across treacherous landscapes and through a blizzard that becomes their key to survival.
Friday, December 27th – 7:30 pm
KIAC/Dënäkär Zho Ballroom
Admission by Donation
Based on a true story, The Grizzlies is more than the usual triumph through sports story, for it doesn’t shy away from moving depictions of the poverty and isolation characteristic of too many northern communities. When first-time teacher Russ Shepherd comes to Kugluktuk, he brings preconceived notions about northern life and no little hubris about his self imposed mission to bring about change. An interconnected chain of dramatic incidents, however (and some quieter cross-cultural corrections) lead Russ to understand that education is a two-way street.