The Nunatsiavut Government is calling on Labrador Inuit artists to submit works to be featured in the Nunatsiavut Partner Spotlight of the Arctic Arts Summit Digital Exhibition.
The Arctic Arts Summit is an arts exhibition that brings together representatives of the eight Arctic countries and the Indigenous Nations of the Circumpolar region to strengthen arts and culture in the North and stimulate collaboration in arts and creative industries throughout the region.
Leading up to the in-person event, taking place in Whitehorse, Yukon from June 27-29, 2022, there is seven months of digital programming, with Nunatsiavut’s weeklong partner Spotlight set to go live in June.
All mediums of art are eligible for inclusion in Nunatsiavut’s Partner Spotlight, with potential formats for submissions including photos, videos, artist projects, critical texts, research, editorial pieces, etc.
We welcome contributions from across the arts and culture sector; including practitioners, creators, collectives, presenters, administrators, institutions, academic, publishers, Nunatsiavut Government Officials, community organizations, and more.
With connection to the land as the overarching theme, content can touch on one or more of the following northern arts-focused sub-themes: Lands, Indigenous Sovereignty, Climate, Creating, Representation, Circumpolar Collaborations, Technology, Activism, and Possible Futures.
Selected artists may be asked to provide additional details including an artist bio, art captions or descriptions, and credits and permissions. Artists also may be asked to adjust the format of certain pieces for compatibility with the AAS online platform.
The deadline for submissions is May 12, 2022.
For more information or to enter a submission, email: