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ODD Gallery

Timelapse scenery at the ODD Gallery

To get a really good sense of what’s on display at the ODD Gallery until August 6, first visit Dan Starling’s exhibit “Unsettled histories: the transformation of a print” and spend at least 30 minutes working your way around the 28 drypoint prints that make up the installation.

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An indigenous fable for all ages

Teiakwanahstahsontéhrha’ (We Extend the Rafters) is the latest exhibition at Dawson City’s ODD Gallery. The machina animation style movie is projected on the east wall at the far end of a metal frame structure which mimics the look of an Iroquois (Haudenosaunee) style longhouse.

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The owl that beckons

If you have lived in Canada for any time, you will likely recognize her work, even if you weren’t sure how to say her name. Kenojuak Ashevak’s image, “Owl’s Bouquet,” is featured on Canada’s $10 bill.

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SOVA at 10

When talking about the location of the Yukon School of Visual Arts (Yukon SOVA) in Dawson City, two issues are often raised:What does the location do for students? What does it do for the town?Kyla McArthur, who works at SOVA as...

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