Watch our Livestreams!

Enjoy the 2022 Arctic Art Summit from the comfort of your living room! Keynote speeches and panels available over livestream. Follow this link to see the schedule and find the links!

Take me to the Livestreams!

Engage with Programming Designed for Everyone to Enjoy!

The 2022 Arctic Arts Summit is a ‘Delegates Only’ Event; however some of the programs scheduled will be open for the public!

Navigation Portal For Registered Delegates

Check out our digital portal for registered delegates, featuring downloadable content you will need to get the most out of the 2022 Arctic Arts Summit. Take a moment to review the acknowledgements, greeting messages from our Chiefs and leaders, and enjoy the expansive content the 2022 Summit has to offer!

Panels Schedule and Navigation

Uncover a treasure trove of panels being hosted during the 2022 Arctic Arts Summit! Click to find out more, including information about the moderators and speakers involved! Don’t forget, some of these panels will be available via Livestream!

Centred Arctic Arts Summit logo, surrounded by photos of the Yukon Minister of Tourism and Culture, Simon Brault, Maria Utsi and others
Words From Our Hosts And Partners

Welcome To The 2022 Arctic Arts Summit

Welcome to the 2022 Arctic Arts Summit digital platform! Take a moment to watch four videos created by our hosts and partners.

Click to watch videos
Ukranian Flag
#StandWithUkraine #підтримайукраїн

We Stand With Ukraine

The hosts of the 2022 Arctic Arts Summit add their voices to cultural and heritage institutions around the globe in showing solidarity with the people of Ukraine.

5 Short Duodji Films

In these five short films on Sámi duodji (traditional craft) practitioners, viewers are invited to learn more about the artists’ practices, witness them at work in their studios and hear about their connection to duodji traditions—all in the artists’ own words. Together, these five short interviews provide a snapshot of some of the methods, principles, explorations and innovations in duodji among practitioners in contemporary Sweden. 

Inuit Futures Students Working to Support the Arctic Arts Summit

Inuit Futures in Arts Leadership: The Pilimmaksarniq / Pijariuqsarniq Project is an Inuit led training and mentoring project that enables Inuit students in post-secondary programs to achieve their goals by providing hands-on learning and training opportunities in a variety of settings throughout the arts and cultural sectors. 

Northern Connections, Northern Conversations;

The Hitmakerz Playlist

Download and enjoy the 2022 Arctic Arts Summit’s Hitmakerz playlist! The award-winning record label, Hitmakerz, is based in Canada and has specialized in creating and marketing world-class Inuit pop music. 

Listen here!
Official logo for the 2021 Arctic Arts Summit
Whitehorse, Yukon, June 27-29

2022 Arctic Arts Summit

The third Summit will take place in Whitehorse, Yukon, with six months of digital programming leading up to it. The Arctic Arts Summit brings together representatives of Arctic countries and the Indigenous Nations of the Circumpolar region. The Summits strengthen arts and culture in the North and develop circumpolar cooperation to stimulate collaboration in arts and creative industries.

About Arctic Arts Summit