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- 343Campbell, Sandy
- 8Beaudreau, Diane, biologist, artist
- 3Alberta Aviation Museum
- 3Inuvialuit Cultural Resource Centre
- 3Ivanova, Semenova Polina
- 1AALCO (Anglo American Leather Company) (Decorator)
- 55Canada, Northwest Territories, Yellowknife
- 37Russia, St. Petersburg
- 21September, 2016
- 15Public Art - Polar Regions
This painting of black bears in fireweed by Dean E. Robertson is on the side of a building on Franklin Avenue in Yellowknife. The painting is dated 2005. It is one of many paintings and murals that are on the exteriors of buildings in Yellowknife.
This sculpture stands outside the main building of the University of Oulu.
The Alfred Wegener Institute for Polar and Marine Research is located in the brown building in the upper left of the photograph. The Institute's substantial polar library is housed in this building. The ships and U-boat in the Old Harbour are part of the German Maritime Museum (Deutsches...
This commemorative medallion is attached to a large rock outside the entrance to the British Antarctic Survey headquarters at High Cross, Madingly Road, Cambridge, UK. The inscription reads: \" Headquarters, British Antarctic Survey was opened by HRH The Duke of Edinburgh, KG, KT, OM, 16th...
These nursery rhymes have been translated into Uummarmiutun and adapted to the biology of the Inuvialuit Settlement Region in Canada's northwestern Arctic.Download
This book contains Uummarmiutun versions of three common nursery rhymes (Mary Had a Little Lamb, Itsy-Bitsy Spider, and Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star). The rhymes have been translated and adapted. For example, because an Inuit child is more likely to have a dog than a lamb, the rhyme has been...
This totem pole stands near the avenue in front of City Hall in Yellowknife, NWT. It was carved at Nitinhat, B.C., by carver, Frank Knighton and donated in 1971 by the People of British Columbia.
This garden project at Mildred Hall School in Yellowknife is a collaboration between students and elders. Raised beds are a common garden format in Yellowknife because of the rocky nature of the landscape and the general lack of good topsoil. These beds contain common garden plants such as...
This model of the underside of a polar bear's paw was attached to the railing around the polar bear exhibit at the Denver Zoo.