About the Carving Program

Beginner Carving Program Includes:

Studies in traditional art

Dedication to reconnecting youth with culture

Employment Opportunities

Business and life skills development

Free & positive workspace environment

Participate in workshops, and cultural events

Variety of carving mediums (wood, block printing, snow, clay)

*For more information on the carving program contact the Carving Education Supervisor, Colin Teramura. Phone: 867-633-4186 or Email: education@northernculture.org

Membership benefits include:

  • 5% off regular priced items in the NCES Gallery
  • Gallery space to display and sell your artwork
  • Internet promotion on all NCES social media accounts
  • Receive email updates on NCES activities and events
  • Have voting rights for board elections, annual and special meetings

*To become a member, please come in to our downtown location, 137A Industrial Rd or email us at assistant@northernculture.org

Artwork made can be kept by the artist, displayed or sold using the NCES gallery. All art sales through our organization are conducted directly for our artists. Visa/MasterCard payments accepted by the gallery, and passed in full to the artist (less the credit card charges).

Over the years, the artists have been increasing their fine arts skills and range of artwork (masks, prints, panels, plaques, rattles, paddles, bowls, among other items). The carvers’ art has been sold locally, nationally and internationally. Beginner pieces sell in the $25-125 range, and advanced carvers sell their work for $1,000 – $5,000 depending on size and complexity of the piece. The participants have been featured in four gallery shows at Arts Underground in Whitehorse. Individual participants have also participated in a variety of other shows, sales, in stores and in galleries around the Yukon, Alaska and Vancouver areas.