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Les actualités affichées sur le présent site Web viennent souvent de sources externes et pourraient être affichées en anglais seulement. Si vous souhaitez consulter cette page en anglais, veuillez communiquer avec nwtarts@gov.nt.ca. Les activités artistiques abondent aux Territoires du Nord-Ouest, et les nouvelles sont nombreuses! Vous trouverez ci-dessous des nouvelles, des communiqués de presse et des articles connexes à jour d’Arts TNO, de ses partenaires et des organisations et associations artistiques affiliées de tout le pays. Pour lire d’anciens messages, consultez les Archives. Si vous souhaitez que vos nouvelles soient affichées ici, écrivez-nous à artstno@gov.nt.ca. Pour trouver un atelier, un festival, un événement artistique ou une exposition, consultez notre page Événements.

We invite you to incorporate Words into a new felted work – any words and using any method – ink, prefelts, fibres, wires… it’s up to you. You, our members, are creative and imaginative people so we don’t want to box you in for this exhibition.

All forms of work can be submitted, including wearable art, 3D sculptural work, 2D wall or floor work, and installations. Bear in mind that smaller pieces work better than very large items given our screen size constraints. You have complete creative freedom in style, size, colour and sentiment conveyed through your words. We hope that the...lire la suite

We invite submissions from emerging writers who currently have a full or near of near-full draft of an original full-length novel or collection of poems or short stories. Complete or near complete means that the writer has up to 85,000 words or 300 double-spaced pages of prose or up to 25 poems (no more than 50 pages maximum). Submissions will consist only of excerpts from these works.
Diaspora Dialogues is committed to supporting a literature of Canada that is as diverse as the country itself. Writers are encouraged to keep this mandate in mind, but it is not essential in...lire la suite

Applications are now open for the 2019 MusiCounts TD Community Music Program! This program awards up to $25,000 in musical instruments and equipment to non-profit, youth-oriented community organizations across Canada. Community organizations can apply on behalf of an existing music program, or request instruments to help start up a new music program. 

To learn more about this program and for instructions on how to apply, please click here. 

https://www.musicounts.ca/programs-overview/...lire la suite

Calling Canadian short filmmakers! CBC’s Short Film Face Off is back and accepting submissions from across the country. We’re looking for comedies and dramas under 12 minutes in length to be broadcast in primetime on CBC Television. The winning director, as chosen by audience voting, receives a prize consisting of cash and production services from the program’s prize sponsors for their next short film! Selected directors are flown to Halifax to appear on the show. Deadline: April 5 at 5 p.m. local time.  

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We are delighted to announce the launch of a special Indigenous Fellowship Initiative, offered by the International Society for the Performing Arts (ISPA) in partnership with the Canada Council for the Arts!


Applications are being accepted now through March 29, 2019.


About this initiative

The special Indigenous Fellowship Initiative will connect eight leaders from Canada’s Indigenous performing arts sector with Latin America’s cultural community and ISPA’s extensive international network of arts professionals....lire la suite

Now Accepting Applications: 2019- Prince of Wales Northern Heritage Centre Contemporary Art Exhibitions



Please note the updated Art Application is at: 



Contemporary Art Exhibitions are scheduled one to two years in advance over a multi-year period to ensure a balanced presentation of themes and media. Temporary exhibit proposals are accepted on an ongoing basis with an annual submission deadline of March...lire la suite

When harassment happens, who can the victim turn to? And how does an employer, engager or Board of Directors respond when harassment occurs in their workplace?

These pressing questions are explored in detail in Reporting and Investigating Mechanisms for Workplace Harassment in the Arts, now available for reference and download at...lire la suite

Applications are being accepted for the NACC mentorship program from March 1st to April 1st. The program is designed to help emerging performing artists launch their career by providing both business and artistic support over two years.


Click the link below to apply.



If you have questions about the application process or program, contact Marie Coderre at...lire la suite

Under the Respectful Workplaces in the Arts umbrella, the Cultural Human Resources Council is pleased to release 13 Quick Reference Guides to assist cultural organizations with implementing and sustaining compliance with harassment legislation by province and territory. These...lire la suite

Congratulations to Sue McNeil and her team, whose project was awarded $500,000 to create an association of northern Indigenous artists and crafters from across the region to work at developing sustainable business ventures, improving local artisans' skills, ensuring authentic, high quality products, and building confidence as sustainable business owners. The end result will be an Indigenous owned and operated venture with self-determined, quality products, prices, and markets that will support sustainable and culturally valuable lifestyles.lire la suite

NWT youth are invited to submit fiction or non-fiction pieces of up to 1,000 words to the NorthWords Youth Writers Contest.


Youth must been between the ages of 13 and 17 as of July 2019. The winner will be flown to Calgary this summer for a week-long YouthWrite camp and the winning story will be printed in EdgeYK.


Each NWT school may also select five entrants and submit their pieces to info@northwordsnwt.ca. The deadline for submissions in March 30.


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Open call for artists and musicians for the 19th annual Open Sky Festival which will take place June 30th, 2019 in Fort Simpson, NT. lire la suite

Art Gallery of Swift Current invites you to submit artworks for the upcoming exhibition, Cultural Olympiad

In compliment to the 2019 Western Canada Summer Games in Swift Current, West Wing Gallery will host an exhibition of artwork by young artists including university fine arts students and recently graduated young professionals. Just as the Games are an expression of sporting achievement and development for young athletes, Cultural Olympiad exhibition will reveal achievements and development of young artists. This approach echoes the idea and ideals of the Culture Olympiad, held...lire la suite

Hay Days Festival is pleased to announce their open call for musicians and performers for this year’s festival.

Application forms can be completed and submitted on-line using the link: haydaysfestival.com/home/music/

Apply early – it’s recommended that you submit your application form by March 31, 2019.


Questions regarding applications can be sent to Dewey Roy at

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The Banff Centre for Arts and Creativity invites photographers to submit photos that illustrate their mountain related stories whether culture, adventure, wildlife, sport, environment, or natural history. 

·         Each essay submitted is to consist of three (3) to five (5) images. (Plus a short caption/description of each)

·         ENTRY DEADLINE: Wednesday, May 1, 2019

·         $2000 Grand prize and an opportunity to attend the 2019 Banff Centre Mountain Film and Book Festival.


For more info visit: ...lire la suite

As you know, the Government of the Northwest Territories invites your input on how they can best support the arts sector in the territory.  The deadline to complete the survey is today. Complete your survey in order to be entered into a draw for an iPad mini!


Please have your say. If you have already completed the survey, we thank you for your participation.

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Seeking individuals who want to become vendors for the 2018 Mackenzie days 
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Emerging Artist Residency Competition - one month rent free in Nova Scotia


Lucky Rabbit & Co. Artists' House is pleased to announce that we are accepting applications for a 2018 Artist-in-Residence competition. Open to emerging Canadian artists of any discipline, the winner will receive a one month residency rent-free, in the apartment and adjoining studio (apartment: 300 sq’ /studio: 350 sq’) at Lucky Rabbit & Co. plus a $100 stipend. Annapolis Royal,...lire la suite

Canadian Crafts Federation: Robert Jekyll Award Call for Nominations

The Canadian Crafts Federation is now accepting nominations for the 2017 Robert Jekyll Award for Leadership in Craft.

A celebration of distinguished contributors to the craft sector, the award is one of the highest markers of exceptional commitment to development of the craft community in Canada.

Nominations for artists, administrators, curators, collectors, educators, volunteers or any other category related directly to the craft field are all welcome.

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Wikowin means home. This exhibit features more than twenty new paintings by Vance Sanderson exploring life on the land and the beautiful scenery and wildlife of our northern home.lire la suite