Every year, Nunavut organizes a competition for songwriters in Inuktut. A way to promote Nunavut Indigenous languages while showcasing local artists.
PanArctic Vision is the Arctic equivalent of the world’s largest music competition and aims to strengthen Arctic culture and diversity
Researchers have made their collected sounds from the Arctic and Antarctic available to musicians, who have created a spectacular music album from them.
On the occasion of the “Ever Deadly” documentary release, we show one of the most innovative contemporary inuit artists, Tanja Tagaq, a renowned throat singer, songwriter and author.
With wit and humor the contribution of the Concordia crew at the Antarctica Film Festival went down best with the jury and so the ‘Concordians’ cleared everything in the category ‘Open’ right away.
Terje Isungset is one of the most accomplished and innovative musicians in Europe. He builds his musical instruments from natural products and even makes ice sing.
A young New Zealand composer brings back special sounds from her Antarctic expedition and presents them in a concert.
Swiss indie band “Hanreti” have turned their attention to Antarctica for their new album, taking listeners on a virtual Antarctic expedition.
What Beethoven and polar research have in common will be shown by the AWI next Sunday in a unique combination of art and science, also as a livestream.
Unlike prints which were dealt with in a previous article, drawings and paintings have always been a part of the forms of expression in circumpolar Arctic.
Thanks to a collaboration, the album “Sounds of Space” with space recordings from Antarctica has been released.