A guide for reporters and news makers
The 2022 Arctic Art Summit invites journalists from around the world, to explore and draw inspiration from the many compelling, unique, Northern focused stories on this site.
Are you interested in writing about the Arctic Arts Summit? Explore the content and the links below.
The first Arctic Arts Summit was held in Norway in 2017. It was initiated by the Arctic Arts Festival and hosted by the Norwegian Ministry of Culture and Arts Council Norway. The second Summit held in Finland, in 2019, was hosted by the Finnish Ministry of Education and Culture, the Arts Promotion Centre Finland (Taike), and the University of Lapland.
The Canada Council for the Arts and the Government of Yukon are the co-hosts of the third Arctic Arts Summit in Whitehorse, Yukon.
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Many organizations and individuals across Canada are involved in making the 2022 Arctic Arts Summit a success.
Visual Brand Guidelines
We encourage you to use these guidelines as a resource; they will help you understand how to represent and apply the 2022 Arctic Arts Summit’s brand elements consistently and with respect for the integrity of the Summit’s core values!
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A Look Back: The 2019 Arctic Arts Summit
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