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“Exhilarated. Exhausted. And I can’t wait to see what happens next!”

That’s NVision’s Chris Grosset, minutes after the wrap-up of the three-day All Arts Summit in Iqaluit. The Summit, sponsored by the Government of Nunavut’s Department of Economic Development and Transportation, brought together many of the Territory’s leading artists and producers to meet, plan, network and mingle with policy makers, arts administrators, and special guests from across Canada – including Minister of Canadian Heritage, the Honourable Mélanie Joly.

Co-facilitated by Chris and Mary Wilman, the Summit is the first step in a planning process that will ultimately create a comprehensive, long-term strategy. ‘It was a wonderful experience,” said Grosset. “When you bring together that many talented people, you know there’s going to be a lot of energy, a lot of creativity, and a lot of important information. And of course, a lot of laughing!”

Participants reviewed and provided input on the state of cultural industries, arts funding, Inuit arts administration, copyright, intellectual property and cultural appropriation, marketing and distribution, innovation, and a range of other issues.

Their observations and recommendations will provide direction to the GN as the government sets out a course to promote greater awareness and growth for this critical are. “The new strategy will include all art sectors and ensure Nunavummiut are benefiting from their cultural and artistic work,” said Minister of Economic Development and Transportation Monica Ell-Kanayuk.

Like Chris said…we can’t wait to see what happens next!
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