Arts in the Park
Arts in the Park is a summer-long festival in Whitehorse, Yukon celebrating and showcasing performing and visual arts in the community. Every weekday lunch hour and Wednesday evening denizens and visitors, young and old, gather in LePage Park for a free concert.
Arts in the Park is currently administered through Music Yukon. The festival was first launched in 1996 by Steve Slade and Dereen Hildebrand through the Yukon Art Society.
From the North: A Canada 150 Celebration
From the North brings together musicians, visual artists, media artists, storytellers, dancers and Dene and Inuit athletes from the territories on a tour of the northern capital cities – Whitehorse, Yellowknife and Iqaluit – followed by stops in Ottawa, Montréal and Vancouver.
The show is made up of three distinct components: an evening gala performance, an afternoon fest and a touring visual arts exhibit.
Upcoming Industry Workshops
Music Yukon is dedicated to helping artists achieve their artistic, career and business goals including musicianship, professionalism, business success, economic self-sufficiency and cultural expression. Explore Music Yukon’s upcoming professional development workshops, seminars, and more.
Songwriting Circle: Skye Wallace, Jim Bryson, Rob Dickson: February 3, 2018