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Curator’s take on subsist

subsist installation photo

WAG Curators, Jaimie Isaac (Indigenous & Contemporary Art) and Jocelyn Piirainen (Assistant Curator of Inuit Art) discuss the exhibition, subsist, which they co-curated.

Learn more about the works and the message behind the exhibition here:


Video by Radovan Radulovic, WAG Head of Visitor & Museum Services.



2 thoughts on "Curator’s take on subsist"

Cindy Kelly says:

Congratulations on opening the Art Gallery during this uncertain time. I am proud to be a member of the WAG.

Thank you for allowing me to see the short video about Subsit – informative and well done.

Take care, and I hope to visit the gallery soon.

Winnipeg Art Gallery says:

Thank you for the kind words, Cindy! We hope you’re able to visit the WAG soon!

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