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Jessica Vellenga

Art meets nature and history

Historic Miles Canyon holds a special place in the story of Whitehorse. Today’s picturesque hiking trails, pedestrian suspension bridge and impressive rock cliffs are a popular destination for tourists and locals alike. And the...

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Touch and Tell

A series of demonstrations and hands-on activities is helping animate the current exhibition at the Yukon Arts Centre’s Public Gallery, Found, Forged & Fused, a survey of handmade works from the Yukon Permanent Art...

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Creative Getaway

Perhaps your partner is sick of navigating around that massive quilting frame to get to the living room couch.Perhaps you’re tired of moving that big felting project off the kitchen table day after day, so the family can have...

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A Tribute to a Colourful Artist

In the last 53 years of making artwork, the Yukon’s beloved artist Jim Robb has steered pretty clear of doing art shows.It’s a curious situation, since he has a deep love of sharing the colourful history of the...

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Something new to brighten Dark Days

It is all original art and none of it existed before last December.So, the creative process took place during the darkest days of a Yukon winter.And that, says Tara McCarthy, is the whole idea behind Dark Days.It is a visual...

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