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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.

Welcome to The Far North Photo Festival’s Open Call for Submissions to our first-ever exhibition! We are excited to showcase the photos, stories and talent from Northern Canada. The exhibit will be held at a pop-up gallery in the Centre Square Mall in Yellowknife, Northwest Territories from November 15th to November 20th, 2019.

The deadline to submit is Saturday, August 31st, 2019 at 11:59pm.

 

ABOUT THE EXHIBITION

The exhibit will consist of two main displays in one gallery space: a Circumpolar display which will show one (1) photo essay from each of the eight...lire la suite

The NWT Arts Program is putting out a call to artists living in Yellowknife and surrounding area, to participate in private event NWT Arts Market, Sunday, August 11, 2019.

To be considered for this opportunity, you must meet all of the criteria as outlined in the attached call and respond with the required information by Friday, July 19.

Please address any questions or send your information to apply, to nwtarts@gov.nt.ca

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Le programme Arts TNO invite tous les artistes qui vivent à...lire la suite

Calling all Hip Hop, Rap, Spoken Word Artists, Poets, Singers, Audio Storytellers, and Podcasters.

The National Film Board of Canada (NFB) and imagineNATIVE Film & Media Arts Festival are partnering for the eighth annual Digital Project Prize.

This year we're inviting Indigenous voice artists to apply to create something new, a digital or interactive experiment. Your project can be anything: a new kind of music video, a live performance, or even an application for your phone.

Whatever you come up with, it will be based on the words and voices of Indigenous artists...lire la suite

YK ARCC is staging their SOCIAL FABRIC exhibition yet again! The show will take place mid to late September, at the former BMO space in the mall. Last year's exhibition featured over 30 artists! Help us make this year's even better! 

 

We are looking for art, in any media, that uses fabric/fibre -or- 'social fabric' as a theme. 

- drawings/paintings/collage, felting, beading, crochet, quilting, fashion, weaving, tufting. knitting, etc.
- also, photographs would be appreciated this year - either printed on fabric or containing fabric in the subject matter, or.......lire la suite

We would like to inform you that M3 Aerial Productions is returning to Yellowknife to offer Advanced RPAS Ground School and Flight School Training, as well as Advanced RPAS Flight Review Training, and Advanced RPAS Flight Reviews for those interested in obtaining their Advanced RPAS Pilot Certificate.

 

M3 Aerial Productions is a national leader in training, recognized by Transport Canada for the high quality of training that we offer across the country.  We are the only training school to have been audited by Transport Canada to date.
 

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The Canada Council for the Arts is bringing Canadian arts to Germany in 2020 with three one-time initiatives.

In the year leading up to the 2020 Frankfurt Book Fair—where Canada will be the Guest of Honour—the German arts and cultural scenes will showcase Canadian creativity.

The Canada Council for the Arts is proud to contribute to Canada’s participation as Guest of Honour country (GoH) at the Frankfurt Book Fair, in collaboration with federal partners at Global Affairs Canada and Canadian Heritage.

This is a unique opportunity to share the diversity of Canada’s...lire la suite

It’s official! The second season of Citizens of Craft: The Podcast returns this month. Episode 1, “One Size Should Not Fit All”, premieres Wednesday, May 29, on citizensofcraft.ca/podcast and all podcast streaming platforms.

For more information visit: citizensofcraft.ca/podcastlire la suite

Attention NWT Producers: Do you have a project at the development stage? The Canada Media Fund's Northern Incentive Development Financing Fund opens on May 30th.

The CMF’s mandate includes support for funding to production across the country. As such, the CMF is continuing its Northern Incentive. As part of the CMF's Convergent Stream, projects funded must include content to be developed and produced for distribution on at least two platforms, one of which must be television.

 

For more information visit: ...lire la suite

My work won third place in the international Verona Tessile Exhibition in Verona Italy this May 2019. My peregrine hooked fibre piece celebrated conservationship and environmental stewardship. Made completely from repurposed fast fashion using Canadian traditional techniques, I am excited to share this work with the world.lire la suite

Calling all quilters, beaders, felters, photographers, weavers, tufters, knitters, embroiderers, crocheters, painters, animators and fabric arts experimenters! 

 

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Under the Respectful Workplaces in the Arts banner, the Cultural Human Resources Council (CHRC) is pleased to release a training video on workplace harassment in the arts for employers – including Boards of Directors of not-for-profit organizations. This animated video on ‘responding to allegations of harassment’ has been produced to explain the rights and responsibilities of employers with respect to workplace harassment. It comes with practical takeaways and best practices to recognize and navigate incidents of harassment, and includes a questionnaire to test the learner’s recall of the...lire la suite

We are excited to announce that the Call for Nominations for the 2019 Arctic Inspiration Prize is now open!

The Arctic Inspiration Prize inspires team building and encourages the development of projects that deliver near-term benefit to Arctic communities. In 2019, up to $3 million will be awarded across three prize categories. Please help spread the word, and share this message with your contacts and representatives in communities across the North!

Note that new for 2019, only...lire la suite

This year Folk On The Rocks will be featuring a new Spring event- the Main Stage Showdown- talent show!

 

FOTR is calling out all aspiring performers to participate in their online contest where eight lucky contenders (as voted by the public!) will win the opportunity to showcase their individual and unique skills at the event with the ambition of winning a $500 cash prize as well as a 15-minute mainstage slot during the FOTR festival weekend.

 

Participants are asked to upload a video of themselves to Facebook showing off their most impressive skill with the...lire la suite

The Canada Media Fund (CMF) announced today Program Guidelines for the 2019-2020 fiscal year. The CMF also announced it is committing $353M to invest in Canada’s television and digital media industry in 2019-2020. The breakdown of the 2019-2020 program budget can be accessed here

“We’re introducing a number of new programs and changes to existing programs, some of which will be among the most impactful since the establishment of the CMF in 2010,” said Valerie Creighton,...lire la suite

A new funding opportunity for New and Early Career Artists is open to craftspeople. Access funding for career advancement (mentorships, internships, apprenticeships, training and workshops), creative research and the creation of new work, residencies, public presentation, etc. If you have yet to meet the criteria for a professional artist with the Canada Council for the Arts, or if you are newly started in your arts career, look to this new pilot project to see if you can access support.

For more information: visit www....lire la suite

NorthWords Writers Festival is offering a fantastic opportunity for all NWT writers. Literary agent Marilyn Biderman of the Transatlantic Agency will be attending this year’s writers festival and is offering to work with six writers while she is here.

                                    

Criteria are as follows:

  1. She will read up to twenty pages of a polished manuscript (i.e. final draft, ready to submit to publishers) and give notes on that material, at the level of both substantive edit and a line edit.
  2. The six authors will be
  3. ...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

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

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.

https://www.ece.gov.nt.ca/en/arts-strategy-engagementlire la suite

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