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Marten Berkman

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Issue: 2019-05-22, PHOTO: courtesy of Marten Berkman

When NorthLight Innovation Centre put out a call for proposals for art to amplify the space, Marten Berkman saw it as the perfect opportunity to celebrate the natural world, community, entrepreneurship, creativity, innovation and the intricate web... Read more

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Issue: 2015-02-05 Photo: Rick Massie

The 2015 Available Light Film Festival is bringing a jam-packed program to Yukon Arts Centre this February. The first half of the festival, Feb 7 to Feb 11, is covered here. Itinerary from Feb 12 to Feb 16 will be in next week’s paper. Read more

Photography - Film

So, you think you can see the light? Think again. Read more

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“You shouldn’t write this,” Monique Romeiko cautions with a chuckle, “but we’re 40. All three of us.” Read more

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The gallery, the Yukon's only not-for-profit artists' co-operative, is celebrating a decade of artist support with a show by one of its original members, Lillian Loponen. The co-op's accomplished watercolourist will present "a melody of old and new v Read more

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The view from the top of the Mackenzie Mountains has inspired a show of new artworks. The beauty of that setting also inspired the artists to donate their artworks to support a program that brings First Nation youth to the area for environmental educ Read more

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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

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In the lobby of the Yukon Government Administration Building, just behind the library, you can see this year's eight new additions to the Yukon Permanent Art Collection. The collection "belongs to the people of the Yukon," ... Read more

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[Marten] Berkman says Remote Sensibility is his "response to our tendency as a culture to consider the land in entirely quantifiable terms – hence 'sensibility'." Read more

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