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    Fri, 29 May 2015
    In conjunction with the Midnight Sun Camera Obscura Festival (click on image below) Filed under: Education and Outreach Tagged: Midnight Sun Camera Obscura festival More >
    Tue, 26 May 2015
    Blanket Fort Installation by Robin Henry, Courtney Holmes and Carly Woolner May 28 – June 13 Opening Reception: Thurs May 28 @7pm with performances by: Joey O’Neil, Susu Robin and Owl & Anter Informed by the deep memories of childhood, Robin Henry, Carly Woolner and Courtney Holmes invite the public to the SOVA Gallery to … More >
    Wed, 29 Apr 2015
    7:30 PMTonight in The Ballroom! Rhymes for Young Ghouls Dir: Jeff Barnaby, 88min At 15, Aila is the weed princess of Red Crow. Hustling with her uncle Burner, she sells enough dope to pay Popper her “truancy tax”, keeping her out of St.Ds. But when Aila’s drug money is stolen and her father Joseph returns … More >
    Thu, 23 Apr 2015
    The Klondike Institute of Art & Culture (KIAC) is undertaking a significant planning exercise this spring. Your feedback will help us to better understand how you see KIAC, its role and activities in Dawson and beyond. This will assist KIAC’s board of directors and staff to develop a strategic plan for the next few years. … More >
    Mon, 13 Apr 2015
    Hey local artists! Show us what you’ve been up to! (click on image below to see full view) Filed under: Education and Outreach More >
    Mon, 06 Apr 2015
    While a festival like the DCISFF is primarily about appreciating a curated collection of work for its artistic merit, and not necessarily about individual achievement, awards nevertheless seem to have their place in the zeitgeist of film festivals in general. For the Dawson version, the ones that matter most are those celebrating Yukon talent – … More >
    Mon, 06 Apr 2015
    And just like that, the 16th edition of the Dawson International Short Film Festival is over. With so much to take in over the three days of the fest, it’s always somewhat of a shock when the Easter Weekend – with all of its myriad screenings, workshops, meet-and-mingles, and presentations  – whizzes by, and the exhausted-but-elated staff, … More >
    Mon, 06 Apr 2015
    With almost 100 different short films from around the globe having been selected for inclusion into the Dawson Film Fest, the style and substance of the films can vary dramatically. It’s always a challenge, albeit a fun one, for DCISFF director Dan Sokolowski to curate them for the themed screenings. Northern films, emerging Yukon artists, … More >
    Sun, 05 Apr 2015
    While the screenings of almost 100 short films, and the accompanying whirlwind of social events, are the mainstay of the Dawson Film Fest, it’s not all popcorn and gawking for those in attendance. On top of an impressive local contingent, the DCISFF attracts filmmakers from all over the continent, but especially northern creators, and many come … More >
    Sun, 05 Apr 2015
    While the late screenings at the Dawson Film Fest are often known for their edgy or adult-only content, the Saturday night Strange Things Done screening offered a film fest first – a line-up completely made up of horror-type films, including a pair by Yukon filmmakers. To make the screening even more special, Dawson’s own queen of burlesque, Chevonne of … More >

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