At the most easterly point of Siberia, just across the Bering Strait from Alaska, lies the village of Uelen in the Chukotka Autonomous Okrug.
Fairbanks is home to the Ice Art Championships, one of the largest ice sculpture competitions and exhibitions in the world. These take place in February and March.
The sensational project “The Whale” has finally been given the green light in Andenes and is set to take visitors into the world of whales from 2023.
From the beginning, the now Museum Cerny has seen itself as a platform for the inhabitants and concerns of the Arctic, not as their mouthpiece.
There are professions that are particularly creative. This certainly includes architects. Again and again we are surprised by outstanding ideas, but also by projects that go to the limits of what is feasible. Architects and designers create proposals that construct and organize new ways of living, working and playing. “ArchDaily,” the platform for architecture, showed […]
The time has come – after three years of construction, the new Centre for Inuit Art in Winnipeg is finished.
The beginnings of Museum Cerny’s collection date back to a collection of artworks by the Inuit, that sparked a love for this art.
Situated in the middle of Bern, the Cerny Museum specializes in art and culture of the Arctic and is probably unique in Europe and has gained fame far beyond Switzerland’s borders.
The effects of climate change, which residents of Arctic communities are already experiencing, will be captured by young people in a documentary.
Canadian writer and comedian Peter Igupttaq Autut has received the Sally Manning Award.
A gentoo penguin is pictured on the coin of the 50-penny penguin series 2020 for South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands.