NWT Arts on Display – Yellowknife Spring Trade Show

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May 14, 2018

There were plenty of options for Mom at the Yellowknife Spring Trade Show this past weekend.

Among them, registered artists from the NWT Arts Program who were showcasing their varying mediums and products. 

A recognized and trusted branding program, NWTArts promotes and protects NWT art in local, national and international markets.

ITI’s North Slave Region sponsored booths at Yellowknife’s Trade Show to help promote NWT Arts and North Slave artists registered with the program.  

 

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John Sabourin shows some of his carvings

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Tawna Brown had a variety of art on display including photography printed on canvas

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Franziska Ulbricht has a variety of eco wall finishing on display, as well as original framed drawings

 

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Nicole Loubert shows off her collection of paintings

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Some of Sarah Cleary’s traditional fine crafts were also available to be seen.

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Jessica McVicker stands behind an amazing array of her paintings

In addition to contributing to the preservation of culture, tradition and language in the NWT, the

Arts sector can serve a role in diversifying the economy by providing artists – especially those in smaller communities – with employment choices and income opportunities.

Are you interested in being able to display your art with NWT Art?  Registration is free, click here for more information.

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