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    Wed, 20 Jul 2016
    Mary Longman, a visual artist and Associate Professor of Art and Art History at the University of Saskatchewan, has written an exhibition text for Joi Arcand’s show “Through That Which Is Scene.” It’s available in the gallery in print,  or online here. Arcand’s show is at the ODD Gallery until July 30. Dioramas, ViewMasters and a … More >
    Thu, 14 Jul 2016
    Latitude / Longitude: KIAC Members’ Exhibit 2016 The theme of this year’s show is Latitude / Longitude in recognition of the expansiveness of both our interior and exterior worlds. Artists interested in submitting work should contact Marie-Claire at programs[at] or stop by the KIAC office for more info and to pick up a submission form. … More >
    Wed, 13 Jul 2016
    Old Man Luedecke Live, July 13! Opening set by Dawson’s own Driftwood Holly Doors open – 7:30 / Show time – 8:00 $15 at the door “You can’t fake a work of heart,” Luedecke sings in “The Girl in the Pearl Earring,” the second song on”Domestic Eccentric”, and the assured confidence of that line, the … More >
    Wed, 13 Jul 2016
    Lindsey Tyne Johnson Fluō Opening night: Thursday July 14, 7pm at the SOVA Gallery Fluō explores our relationship with water in a fantastical way. Lindsey Tyne Johnson is a preschool teacher, writer, podcaster and artist living in Dawson City. Lindsey also performs slam poetry and bad ukulele covers on the side. Her podcast, That Time … More >
    Tue, 05 Jul 2016
    We are very excited to welcome New Brunswick band the Olympic Symphonium Tuesday, July 12th, fresh from their performance at the Atlin Arts & Music Festival. Tickets are on sale now at KIAC & Maximilian’s Regarding their most recent album, Exclaim says: “Whatever it is, the band have a knack for creating beautiful musical landscapes. … More >
    Thu, 30 Jun 2016
    Joi Arcand’s Through That Which Is Scene opens tonight and we couldn’t be more excited! Not being able to resist peeking in on the installation process, we’ve been privy to the intricate construction of the most wondrous scenes. Tonight’s gallery opening will charm you with its bright touches of nostalgia and its darkly humorous exploration … More >
    Mon, 27 Jun 2016
    Come out and see what our current Artists in Residence, Amanda White and Brad Isaacs have been up to. They will each show some of their own previous works and also tidbits from their collaborative program while here in Dawson. In previous works they have each been exploring aspects of the social construction of nature … More >
    Thu, 16 Jun 2016
    (KIAC note: This review was provided by an art-loving volunteer, Kelsey Muldoon. Sarah Pupo’s exhibition closes Friday June 17 at 5pm, come on down before then if you can.) Upon entering the ODD Gallery, I am immediately drawn to a collection of six watercolour paintings on the back wall; a combination of whimsical shapes and … More >
    Wed, 08 Jun 2016
    Annie Lou is Anne Louise Genest, an artist who walks with the spirit of an old storyteller, creating songs steeped in the flavours of oldtime mountain, Appalachian, and traditional country and bluegrass music. With guitar and banjo in hand, she has spent years chronicling the rural lifepaths of Canada, writing songs to tell the tales … More >
    Wed, 25 May 2016
    Toronto’s LAL (Rosina Kazi and Nicholas Murray) have deep roots in the Canadian scene with eighteen years of creating music and an expansive catalogue of innovative records. LAL’s music is a combination of all the music they love. Formed in 1998 by the dynamic duo of poet, lyricist, activist, singer and Bengali-rooted tough-guy Rosina Kazi … More >


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