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D'arcy Moses at his studio in Enterprise, NWT. Photo: Hannah Eden
| October 2015
Nearly 20 years ago he disappeared into the bush to find his Northern roots. Now he’s ready to step back into the Canadian fashion scene—and bring the North along with him.

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Sweetest Kulu, a tender poem written by Iqaluit's Celina Kalluk, is a top-seller. Artwork courtesy of Inhabit Media
| October 2015
A small Iqaluit publisher is learning how to tell Inuit stories
Potential buyers found large vases, like this one by Yvo Samgushak, too big for their homes. Photo: Hannah Eden
| October 2015
In the early sixties, the federal government brought ceramics to Rankin Inlet to build a traditional arts economy. They didn’t count on the artists actually getting creative.
Carmen Braden captures nature with her recorder, absorbs it through her headphones, processes it into music and exports it through her piano. Photo: Bill Braden
| October 2015
To tell the story of the North's ice cycles, Yellowknife composer Carmen Braden translates nature into music