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Helen O'Connor

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Issue: 2018-05-16, PHOTO: Alistair Maitland Photography

For 22 years and going strong, LePage Park has become a hub for arts and culture during the summer months. The new season of Arts in the Park launches on May 22 with a free barbecue. It will be a family affair, as visual artist Jona Barr, who will... Read more

Yukon Arts & Entertainment

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Issue: 2017-12-20, PHOTO: courtesy of the Yukon Film Society

Get your cameras rolling and warm up your gear because the annual Yukon 48-Hour Filmmaking Challenge starts on Friday, January 12. It’s a yearly team-up between the Klondike Institute of Arts and Culture in Dawson City and the Yukon Film Society... Read more

Photography - Film

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Issue: 2017-08-16, PHOTO: Courtesy of Zero Waste Yukon

The recent closures of the Salvation Army and free stores at Raven Recycling and the Whitehorse Waste Management Facility have made it difficult to source affordable used goods and to donate unwanted items. Without a local outlet for reuse, many... Read more

Yukon Lifestyle

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Issue: 2017-07-12, PHOTO: courtesy of the Yukon Conservation Society

If you’re a Yukon resident, you’ve no doubt walked, biked or skied the trodden path of the Miles Canyon trail. Perhaps you’ve observed the gradient of the canyon’s rocky columns, watched canoeists paddling from atop the suspension bridge, or... Read more

Yukon Arts

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Issue: 2016-09-29, PHOTO: courtesy of Helen O'Connor

The Yukon is recognized for its rich cultural diversity, and you are invited to experience it during the seventh national Culture Days and Doors Open celebration, from Friday, September 30 through to Sunday, October 2. “The best place to start... Read more

Yukon Culture

Many Worlds Of Words

PHOTO: Nicole Bauberger

In Whitehorse we rarely see a group show that’s international in scope. In Words – International Exhibition of Haiku and Handmade Paper, the concept tying the works together is simple: many objects in our lives amount to words on paper. This exhibit Read more

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Issue: 2015-09-17 PHOTO: Lea Roy

Armed with everything they need to make art, plus some delicious egg salad sandwiches, 12 Yukon artists left their lives behind and tucked themselves into the woods to make art together. Members of the Southern Lakes Artist Collective got... Read more

Yukon Arts

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Issue: 2015-08-06 PHOTO: © Government of Yukon

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 Collection. Read more

Yukon Arts

Nicole Edwards and Bluey

PHOTO: Barry “Jack” Jenkins

Nicole Edwards was raised on the Muppet Show, and she dreamed of duetting with Kermit since she was a kid. As an adult, she decided to make her puppet dreams a reality. She debuted her new video, Lychee Martini, to a packed house at Epic Pizza... Read more

Yukon Music

The Yukon is known for its vibrant fireweed; it’s used to make jelly, soap, and artwork. For Yukon-based artist Helen O'Connor, fireweed provides material for artistic paper. Read more

Yukon Arts

Three luscious, solo visual art exhibitions are coming to the Yukon Arts Centre (YAC). Rosemary Scanlon's The Rose Parade, Helen O'Connor's Salutation, and Michèle Karch-Ackerman's Foundling each open at YAC's Public Art Gallery on March 6, and run u Read more

Yukon artist Helen O'Connor's textural, organic, large-scale sculpture, assemblages, and installations beg the viewer to reach out and touch them. The works seem as though they are part of the natural world, not made by human hands. Indeed, O'Connor' Read more

Yukon Arts

Flecks of gold sparkle in a miniature painting; jewelry made with a gem named 'fire citrine' creates a pool of golden light; the graceful swoops of porcelain pottery are delicately rimmed in gold. Read more

Yukon Arts

Helen O'Connor's paper-sculpture mastery grows as organically as the flax she cultivates. With the flax sprouting up from the ground, she weaves tales of family, history and connections to the past. She has four types of flax currently growing, whic Read more

Yukon Arts

Atkinson is affectionately known as "Willow Bob" for the bent-willow chairs and other rustic furniture he makes. A portrait in oils is "usually reserved for the elite," Hodgson observes in her artist statement. But in her portraits, she seeks "to ce Read more

Yukon Arts

Halin de Repentigny, mysterious Yukon painter, experienced trapper and musher, is well known for his vibrant Yukon scenes of fishing, dog sledding and historical townscapes. Read more

Yukon Arts