With tourists pouring across the NWT border in search of the midnight sun and other spectacular NWT attractions, the South Slave is often the first stop. What better place to showcase some of the amazing art created by registered NWT Artists?
It begins at the North of 60 Visitors Centre, just across the famous 60th parallel where new art pieces, representing all 5 regions of the NWT are on display.
Some of the art on display at the North of 60 Visitors Centre
Many of the displays at parks in the South Slave have also been refreshed – including at Hay River Territorial Park.
Hay River Campground Gatehouse art displays and information
Not only can you view some amazing one-of-a-kind northern art you can learn where to purchase it by checking out our ‘Where to Buy NWT Arts’ sheets for the South Slave that are available in English, French, Korean, German, Japanese, Traditional Chinese and Simplified Chinese!
Queen Elizabeth Campground Gatehouse – Fort Smith
Twin Falls Campground Gatehouse
Make sure to pick up some additional information along the way. There are 11 different brochures that highlight and explain the specific genres of art in the NWT.
Lady Evelyn Falls Campground Gatehouse – Kakisa
Fort Providence Campground Gatehouse
Through NWT Arts the Department of Industry, Tourism and Investment promotes northern artists not only in the territory but across the globe. A strong arts market is just one of the many facets of our efforts towards a strong and diversified economy for residents of the Northwest Territories.