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Colouring the Collection

Explore the architecture and curves of Qaumajuq, the new name for the Inuit art centre!

Check out these line drawings of the new building for you and your family to colour! Does the building’s curves remind you of anything? Principle architect, Michael Maltzan Architecture was inspired by the light and landscape of the Arctic, especially by the swirling snow. Learn more about the building and design here and stay tuned for more updates about the opening of Qaumajuq!

See the other printable PDF’s here. Take a picture of your artwork and send it to us at for a chance to be featured on our social media!

Colour the new WAG-Qaumajuq campus here
Print and colour Michael Maltzan’s line drawing of the building too!


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