Artists presented by NACC

We are delighted to announce the line-up for NACC's 2017-18 season monthly art exhibits, proudly sponsored by Northwestel.



Applications for artists wishing to exhibit during our next season will be accepted beginning in the spring/summer of 2017.  (Click here to access our Art Exhibitor Form)

All artwork must be able to withstand the constant moving in and out of storage.  All forms of artwork are accepted (paintings, prints, sculptures, etc.)  In addition to our online application form, please submit three examples of your work in .JPEG format, along with a photo of yourself and an artist bio and statement. All artists have the option to sell their artwork; sales are handled through NACC Box Office.

If you have any further questions please contact Josh Long: (867-766-6101,



Selling Artwork

All artwork on display is available for purchase through the NACC Box Office for the duration of the exhibit. NACC will take 30% of the revenue from any artwork sales --  sold pieces remain on display until the end of the month, after which time they are available for the buyer to collect.

NACC's 2017-18 Season Exhibiting Artists

Heather Lynn Duinker

Heather Lynn Duinker is a graduate from NSCAD University and has participated in numerous art shows including at NACC. In the 2014-2015 season, she showcased her paintings. This season, she’ll be showcasing new paintings and new photography.

Nicole Loubert

Nicole Loubert’s artwork offers a variety of oil paint landscapes that represent our beautiful Northern sceneries. Ranging from Northern lights to evergreen forests, her work embodies the undisturbed peace of the nature that surrounds us. 

Sir John Franklin art students

 Interested in catching young artists at the start of their careers? Check out the city’s top emerging talent. Witness the beginning of their development. Who knows what the future holds for these students? 

Jessica Mcvicker

Jessica Mcvicker’s paintings are heavily influenced by the Yellowknife environment. They often contain the extreme colours of profuse sunlight. She is currently living in Yellowknife and constantly strives to capture the dramatic and nuanced NWT with acrylic paint.

Isis I Essery - September

In 2017, Isis Essery won a Juno Award for Recording Package of the Year for her design work on Gord Downie’s album. Her upcoming display will focus on travel photography. “There’s nothing more magical than capturing a moment in time persevered forever through photography,” she said.