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Canadian Premiere of Our Land Showcases Rarely Seen Inuit Art

Jeannie Arnaanuk (Igloolik). Angakkuq (shaman) Coat, 1982. Caribou fur. 109 x 81.5 x 15 cm. On loan from the Government of Nunavut Fine Art Collection,983.011.001 a. Photo: Ernest Mayer

The WAG is honoured to present a powerful exhibition of treasures from the Government of Nunavut’s Fine Art Collections.

Our Land: Contemporary Art from the Arctic broadly showcases Inuit art and culture through an impressive selection of work, some not seen in Canada since before Nunavut was established. The exhibit runs September 30 until the new year.

Read more from the Winnipeg Free Press.

 

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