Aaluk Edwardson has been performing on stage since she was five years old. She's performed classical work, new plays, experimental theater, dance theater, period plays and in film. In addition to acting, Aaluk has directed, sang, recited poetry and supported productions backstage. She is most drawn to performance with a social consciousness, theater that explores the infinitely perplexing nature of human emotion, and art that continually questions the nature of existence itself.
Bright Shores Creative Decolonization is an arts-based organization that supports creative decolonization efforts on indigenous lands. We design, develop and implement culturaly-rooted creative projects in writing, traditional singing and drumming, storytelling and community theater. Sovereignty Stories is a three-phase project designed to engage North Slope communities in ancient Inuit stories about land through intergenerational storytelling sessions and workshops. The project will also develop a Sovereignty Stories performance showcasing the writing, talent, work, and stories of North Slope artists.