NACC recognizes the traditional territory of the First Nations, Inuit, and Métis across the six regions of the NWT.



The crystalline voices of Trio Mediaeval have captivated audiences since the group was founded in Oslo in 1997. The Grammy-nominated trio’s core repertoire features sacred monophonic and polyphonic medieval music from England, Italy and France; contemporary works written for the ensemble; and traditional Norwegian, Swedish and Icelandic ballads and songs. The group’s fruitful relationship with the legendary ECM Records, collaborative spirit, and busy touring schedule has earned them worldwide renown.


Yellowknife at NACC ~ November 25 ~ 7:30 pm

Inuvik at the Igloo Church /Our Lady of Victory Parish~ Nov 29~7:30 pm

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Trio Mediaeval Info & Tickets HERE!
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Indigenous grassroots arts organizations contribute to the cultural fabric of communities and play a vital role in society. Atti! Indigenous Artists Collective was formed, in partnership with NACC, to deliver meaningful and culturally relevant arts programming in the communities across the NWT for and by Indigenous people.

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Virtual Reality station

2 short films - 5 minutes each!

NACC lobby

NACC Pre-shows, 6:30 to 7:15 pm from November to May, 2024

XR Connection: NACC's Performance/Motion Capture Workshop Series.

The XR Connection:
NACC's Performance/Motion Capture Workshop Series was an initiative in partnership with Dechı̨ta Nàowo that engaged youth from Dettah and Ndilǫ through storytelling, virtual reality, and animation.
The workshops allowed participants to develop a story, characters, and scripts, which were turned into 2 immersive storytelling experiences: Sedeè & Dechı̨ta, Zǫǫ & Nǫdi

The workshops were structured in a way that:
- The Elders presented stories and advised on what things were like in the time that the
youth’s stories were set to take place.
- The Youth developed their own story and scripts and then performed the actions of the
3D characters in the story using MOCAP Suits.
- The Adults then developed the environment and character 3D models involved in the
story, and Professional artists were involved along the way to ensure quality and

This project wouldn’t have been possible without the hard work of the leading professional
resources involved in this project: Davis Heslep, Shaun Anderson, Andy Rudolph, and
Laurie-Ann Lines. NACC would also like to send a big Thank You to all of the students, elders, and drummers involved in making this happen. We are happy this initiative allowed local youth to engage in indigenous storytelling, VR animation and design, playing live, and sound design.

Volunteer @ NACC!

Volunteering benefits:

-Watch shows for free!

-Free snacks

-Meet new and exciting people

-Be a part of your community

-Gain work experience

-Get the warm fuzzy feeling

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Golden Seat Plate Dedications.

There are limited spaces left for the opportunity to have an engraved seat plate placed on a NACC chair in the theatre. For a $150 donation, you can choose up to 30 characters to write a dedication to whomever you wish. A beloved pet, family, a friend who is family,...anyone or anything you'd like!

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