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Arts & Culture

Art has always been an avenue for universally expressing complex ideas without the need to understand spoken language. The most popular mediums of Inuit creative expression are globally recognized as fine art. Stone, bone, and ivory carving, print making and fibre arts are the most widely practiced art forms among Inuit and these first gained international renown during the mid-century, the 1950s and 1960s.

Arts & Culture

Arctic Culture

There has always been an Arctic— a landscape of glaciers, which carved its mountains and plains, of ...


All across Nunavut dining options exist that will leave diners feeling full and satisfied. In the sm...


Nunavut is a true musical hotbed.Susan Aglukark, the chart-topping singer-songwriter from Arviat who...

Fine Arts

There’s an old myth that there are 52 words for snow in Inuktitut – which speaks to the preciseness ...

Inuit Culture

Inuit culture is steeped in the necessity to work together to ensure the safety and survival o...