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What's Up Yukon May 12, 2016 Issue

All three exhibitions currently on display at the Yukon Arts Centre’s public art gallery have to do with colonization. Read more

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Whats Up Yukon January 29, 2015

The Skookum Jim Friendship Centre is providing well-known Yukon artist Joseph Tisiga with a chance to undertake an exciting project that’s close to his heart. Read more

Yukon Arts

Canadian contemporary artists found a wider audience in Massachusetts last spring. The Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art (MASS MoCA) presents more than 60 Canadian artists, including three artists from the Yukon, until April 2013. Read more

Yukon Arts

The posting began with the question, "What do you think of when you see this Francisco Goya painting and hear its title: 'The Sleep of Reason Produces Monsters'?" Read more

Yukon Arts

Santa Claus lives at the North Pole. Earl Miller, curator of the Untrue North exhibit at the Yukon Arts Centre's Public Gallery, identifies what he calls the "lie" of the ideal North with Canada's "ideal alter-ego," ... Read more

Yukon Arts

I went Saturday night to The River, a Nakai production, with Michael Greyeyes directing a play written by David Skelton, Judith Rudakoff and Joseph Tisiga. Read more

Theatre - Dance

Nakai Theatre's newest production, The River, promises to shine an unblinking light on Whitehorse by presenting voices that normally go unheard. Read more

Theatre - Dance

Feeling a bit like the barker in this scenario, David Skelton is proud of this third-year line-up. "The third, fourth and fifth year of a new festival are always the times when you ask — will it float, swim or fly?" Nakai's artistic director says." Read more

Theatre - Dance

Cam, that breakdancing Brownie Hawkeye camera, and Legs, the glove that struts and dances like a DJ, have returned to Whitehorse. Cam & Legs creator and puppeteer, Brian Fidler, has scheduled the shows for Thursday to Sunday at The Old Fire Hall. Th Read more

Theatre - Dance

Taylor Mac would like you to know that he doesn't want to offend you. If his fantastical makeup and clothes surprise you, then that's OK because if you are surprised, then you are being shaken up a little. Read more

Theatre - Dance

​When David Skelton discusses the upcoming Pivot Festival, he keeps coming back to the example of Joseph Tisiga. Read more

Theatre - Dance

You have seen them on stage, heard them on the radio, listened to their music, looked at their art and viewed their photography. They are all talented young Yukon artists and together they form Red Wagon Union, a recently developed collective made Read more

Yukon Arts & Entertainment

As we creep toward the end of another year, it's only natural to reflect on how far we've come. And for the Sundog Retreat Carving Program, it's been a momentous stretch. Read more

Yukon Arts

Whimsy, angst and wit play in Joseph Tisiga's drawings for the show Indigenous Incisions -- or an Indigenous Ambivalence of the Abandoned Modern Man -- opening Sept. 4 in the Yukon Arts Centre Community Gallery. Or should I call him J. Ciga? Read more

One of the final accomplishments in focus for Nakai Theatre is a barrage of local performance artists. Also affectionately known as the Homegrown Festival. "It's emerging artists, first-time artists and artists who are devoting their life...." Read more

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