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A self portrait of Alyssa Amell

Lifecycle Superstar – Alyssa Amell

Post published:September 22, 2021

Alyssa Amell joined Pinnguaq right out of high school in 2018, as an Administrative Assistant, as well as lending her considerable artistic talents to our Production team.

A collage of artwork created by Pinnguaq staff.

Celebrating World Art Day

Post published:April 15, 2021

Today at Pinnguaq, we’re celebrating World Art Day. It’s a day to promote the creation, diffusion and enjoyment of art. Art plays an important role in knowledge sharing and in the promotion of cultural diversity, and is a fundamental component of STEAM, along with science, technology, engineering and math.

A setup in OBS with three layers.

Using Open Broadcaster Software to Deliver Better Lessons

Post published:April 5, 2021

Virtual teaching comes with many challenges. As is clear to anyone who has watched teachers and young kids try to adapt to school closures during the COVID-19 pandemic, it’s not easy to hold the attention of a group through the small window of a flat screen.

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Storytelling workshop offered free to young people in Iqaluit

Post published:February 11, 2021

How can we make our stories more meaningful? How can we use multimedia to share our experiences? How can we connect with others in an impactful manner? A new, no-cost storytelling workshop may be just what you need to enhance your storytelling and strengthen those connections.

Root & Stem Issue 2

Root & STEM Issue 2 Explores Technology and Health

Post published:January 18, 2021

Pinnguaq Association has published Root & STEM, Issue 2, the second issue in a new publishing initiative promoting equity and accessibility in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEAM) education and innovation. This new STEAM resource and complimentary lesson plans, prioritizing diverse voices, are available for K-12 educators across the country.

a co-design for artists poster.

Call for Artists for Co-Design

Post published:January 11, 2021

The Pinnguaq Association and Nordicity are seeking to work with Nunavut-based Inuit artists to co-design digital platforms to promote Inuit Art.

Making Videos for Kids Help Phone

Making Videos for Kids Help Phone

Post published:December 31, 2020

In 2017, Kids Help Phone (KHP), a free resource that provides mental health support and counselling via telephone or the Internet, noticed that Indigenous youth were using the service in relatively small numbers.

A woman standing to the left with a blue skirt on and a prosthetic arm, and 3 men standing to the right

Handprints

Post published:December 31, 2020

While fast, reliable access to prosthetic devices can be difficult to obtain in communities outside urban centres, the process becomes much easier when you have a 3D printer close at hand.