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Natasha Duchene, left, played keyboard and sang as part of Sinister Oculus at the Top Knight Pub in 2012. - NNSL file photo
Sinister Oculus shows new set of skills

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After two years of training and perfecting their act, one filmmaker and two musicians are prepared to show Yellowknife their Northern musical perspective. News LinkContinued

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Entertainment Notes

E-mail: entertainment@nnsl.com Friday, May 22, 2015

Indie singer shows best side on stage

Folk-bluegrass musician Grey Gritt is showing her skills this weekend after two years of training and gaining new skills from a group of mentors.

As part of a Northern Arts and Cultural Centre mentorship program, the Yellowknife artist is performing at NACC tonight to present what she has learned over that time.

NACC is presenting a series of performers who have taken part in the program with another show to follow the next day. Gritt's performance begins at 7:30 p.m.

American author to talk at library

Sharing secrets to the world of mystery writing, author Steve Burrows is meeting with readers next week at the Yellowknife Public Library.

The Ontario writer, known for his mystery novels such as The Soldier of Fortune and Chump Change, is set to speak on his latest novel A Pitying of Doves.

Deadline looms for artist showcase

Artists seeking to display their work have the chance to do so with just one application. Northern Arts and Cultural Centre features a different artist in its lobby every month and is looking to fill its space for next year.

The arts organization is accepting applications but the deadline is approaching on June 15.

Applicants must apply with three submitted images of their work.

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