Art Galleries & Craft Shops in Canada's Territories
Klondike Institute of Art & Culture
Based in Dawson City, offering a broad range of visual, performing and literary arts related programming.
A highly-rated vaudeville show with daily performances in Whitehorse May-September.
Yukon Arts Branch
This government department's site has a brief introduction to Yukon arts-related subjects.
Yukon Arts Centre
An excellent look at the vibrant arts scene in the Yukon and the centre's part in it.
Yukon Film Commission
Brief information on the locations, services and experienced crew members available in the territory.
Yukon Film Society
Promotes public appreciation of film and media arts through screenings, festivals and related courses, and supports the production and distribution of works by Yukon
film and media artists.
The Yukon International Storytelling Festival
This festival, held in Whitehorse each June, brings together dozens of performers from around the world to practice this ancient art form.
Based in Whitehorse, Nicole is a painter, arts educator, writer and storyteller.
Based in Whitehorse, Heidi creates acrylic canvas paintings and sculptures, and offers limited and open edition prints, art cards, magnets and other items based on her paintings.
Scott works with acrylic & water to interpret the Yukon's scenery and historical subjects.
Judy works in fabric and sand-rubbed glass, with cards and photographic prints made of many of her works.
Based in Whitehorse, Kim creates very detailed miniature (1" scale) sculptures of many types of food.
Tony uses fine steel with exotic hard woods and micarta to create custom knives.
A bio, artist's statement, and links to 9 of her paintings.
Insa's personal site displays some of her jewelry and paintings.
Robert W. Service
A guide to all the best resources for exploring the Klondike and other poetry of "The Bard of the Yukon".
Living in Dawson, John's works include photography, linocuts, wood engraving and painting.
Living in Whitehorse, Shane creates large, intricate carvings from moose antlers, as well as other smaller pieces from marble and soapstone.
Located in Whitehorse, Bud carves wildlife and other subjects using moose and elk antler,
soapstone and wood, selling through his studio, Spirit Wolf Arts.
Leona, based in Whitehorse, creates a wide range of jewelry, as well as offering supplies and collectibles.
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