Congratulations to all of the 2014-2015 graduating students at Nunavut Arctic College who celebrated their graduation day last week!
JEWELLERY AND METALWORK students learned to make artificial coral from a 16th century manuscript this month with Dr. Donna Bilak.
On May 20, Nunavut Arctic College & Jewellery and Metalwork Program presents a public lecture series on the History of Art and Jewellery! On September 9th, 2013, a 19th-century 18kt yellow gold brooch came up for auction in Toronto.
Nunavut Arctic College & Jewellery and Metalwork Program presents a public lecture series on the History of Art and Jewellery! In 1992, Australian artist Clifford Possum Tjapaltjarri was asked by his friend, art dealer Peter Los, to “paint his very best picture” for him.
Nunavut Arctic College Environmental Technology Program (ETP) students participated in spring field camp from April 8th to the 15th.
The January intake saw Apprenticeship Trades training for the following Programs: Level 1 Carpenter in Iqaluit, and Level 1 Electrician, Level 1 Housing Maintainer and Level 1 Oil Burner Mechanic in Rankin Inlet.
During the Environmental Technology Program Fish Management course students learn all about domestic, commercial, and subsistence fishing, as well as various fishing issues across Nunavut.
My experience in taking the Environmental Technology Program (ETP) at Nunavut Arctic College (NAC) was amazing.
Applications are now being accepted for Arctic College’s Computer Systems Technician Diploma Program!
A group of eight Arviarmiut youth joined researchers this May for a one-week training workshop aimed at developing knowledge and skills in the scientific monitoring of wild animals.