The Great Northern Arts Festival is held every year in Inuvik, Northwest Territories. Enduring roughly ten days, it is a yearly occasion held each late spring. It was set up in 1989 by Sharlene Alexander and Sue Rose. While the celebration's command is to serve Northern craftsmen and craftspeople, specialists from around the globe additionally go to. The celebration is composed as a setting for craftsmen to see each other's work and to explore different avenues regarding new applications. It incorporates specialties of numerous kinds, for example, fiber workmanship and Music of the Northwest Territories. Specialists share in showings, masterclasses, courses, and workshops. The celebration's display offers pieces available to be purchased.
There are social introductions each night which incorporate shows, move, design, music, and narrating. Media scope conveys celebration features to survey groups of onlookers. Each mid-year, the town of Inuvik, Northwest Territories have the Great Northern Arts Festival: a remarkable 10-day social event of craftsmen and entertainers from over the Arctic and past. The most far-reaching social occasion in northern Canada, The Great Northern Arts Festival joins more than 80 craftsmen and 40 performers to praise the assorted iety of Northern craftsmanship and culture. They are Inuvialuit, Gwich'in, Dene, Inuit, Athapaskan, Metis and non-Aboriginal speaking to all features of northern life and inventiveness. The Festival Gallery includes more than 1,500 pieces for show and deal; specialists exhibit their methods on location every day.