July 13, 2020
For the third consecutive season, NWT Art is on display in South Slave Region Territorial Park Campgrounds showcasing beautiful collections of art made by local artists.
The South Slave Region has a rich and masterful art community that works in a wide-range of art mediums such as: traditional acrylic paint on canvas; literary arts; textiles; digital NWT landscape photography; traditional NWT beadwork; carving; stained-glass; leatherwork and tufting.
The signature collections local to the South Slave Region shine brilliantly in eye-catching glass displays located in each of the NWT Park gatehouses for the following four parks:
- Hay River Territorial Park
- Queen Elizabeth Territorial Park
- Twin Falls Territorial Park
- Lady Evelyn Falls Territorial Park
If you’re stay-cationing in one of the NWT Territorial Parks in the Slave Region this summer, remember to keep an eye out for these wonderful collections of local art.
The art pieces in each of the displays are not available for sale, but the name of the artists are provided and interested individuals can find the contact details of each artist directly on www.nwtarts.com.
- GNWT-ITI NWT Arts Program click here
- NWT Arts
- NWT Parks push NWT Arts as camping season heats up