Nunavut Arts & Crafts Association

Since its foundation in 1998, the Nunavut Arts and Crafts Association (NACA) has worked to benefit Nunavut artists.
NACA is a non-profit incorporated society that supports and promotes the development and growth of Nunavut's arts and
crafts community through advocacy, communications, artist development, education and marketing.

We are in the midst of redesigning our website to improve usability for our visitors. In the meantime, to learn more about the art
and artists of Nunavut, follow us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram or sign up for our e-mail newsletter below!

Copyright Law

It's up to you to decide how, when and where you want images of your work to be reproduced. Artists have the right to control their work and to benefit from their exhibition and reproduction. If you don’t have control over your creations, your art could end up on anything, and you could end up being associated with a product or cause you do not support.

The Canadian Copyright Act protects artists by giving them the legal right to control how their work is used. It also gives them the right to be paid if they decide to allow others to reproduce their work. Copyrights in Canada last for 50 years after an artist’s death.

When you’re looking for help protecting your copyrights, we at NACA recommend the CARfac (Canadian Artists' Representation, or in French, Le Front des Artistes Canadiens) as your supporter.

CARfac helps artist with:

For more information, please contact the CARfac Copyright Collective directly.

CARfac Copyright Collective
Phone: (306) 982-4784
E-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.