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Celebrate the cultural diversity of the Arctic and its importance to us all at this special Online Late, presented in partnership with Border Crossings’ ORIGINS Festival.

COVID-19 and the climate crisis are changing our way of life, offering a unique opportunity to pause, reflect and look at our world from new perspectives. What can we learn from the Indigenous Peoples who live alongside the melting ice?

The evening includes back-to-back performances from extraordinary Arctic artists, poets and musicians. Hear the resonant S√°mi yoik, move to the bold drum song of the Inughuit, be entranced by Inuit poetry, and encounter a Greenlandic mask dancer.

Presented in partnership with Border Crossings’ ORIGINS Festival. Border Crossings are supported by Arts Council England and the High Commission of Canada.

You can also join in via our dedicated YouTube channel, where the event will be available to watch any time afterwards. Subscribe so you don’t miss any of our online events: http://ow.ly/61Ob30rlyju

Part of the public programme accompanying the Citi exhibition ‘Arctic: culture and climate’ (until 21 February 2021). Read more: http://ow.ly/kwCN30rlyiC

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