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Arts and Culture

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Inuvik is home to many Northern Artists who take pride in reflecting the Arctic landscape and Northern culture into their work. Traditional crafts are still a part of modern-day life in Inuvik for their practicality in the Arctic climate and their beauty. 

There are many talented artists that call Inuvik and the Beaufort Delta home. To browse their work, visit Northwest Territories Arts.

If you would like to know more and see Northern communities come together and celebrate Northern Indigenous Art & Crafts the Great Northern Arts Festival should be on your bucket list when visiting Inuvik.

You can find a variety of different arts and crafts available to purchase at the stores below. The Arctic Market regularly sees artists selling their crafts, so it’s a great place to get to know the artist and their work.  

 Arctic Market (Seasonal)

 Open every Saturday from June to September.

 10am to 2pm at Chief Jim Koe Park 


 Gwich'in Craft Store

 3 Council Crescent


 Inuvialuit Regional Corporation Craft Store

 107 Mackenzie Rd


 Mavis Jacobson Northern Arts and Crafts

 39 Breynat St


 Moe's Stationery & Gifts

84 Mackenzie Rd



2 Berger St