THE WORLD’S ONLY VISIBLE VAULT OF ITS KIND.
“I hope you’ll join me in helping to build this important and iconic museum. Qaumajuq will soon celebrate its grand opening and I know that, like me, you will feel enormously proud when you walk through the doors and can say, ‘I helped create this’.” —Bob Williams
Adopt a Shelf
Art is a voice that invites a response. You can help realize Qaumajuq by adopting a shelf in the Visible Vault! You will be recognized on electronic signage located near the vault, with a message of your choice (up to 150 characters), and can use the space to honour loved ones, to mark a special occasion, or to show your organization’s support for this community project. Adopt for $2,020 per shelf, only 492 spots available. A tax receipt will be issued for the full gift amount.
The Visible Vault features an innovative, interactive digital platform made possible with support from the Canada Council for the Arts. Access thousands of carvings from the world’s largest public collection of contemporary Inuit art, and learn more about the stories behind these works direct from the artists and communities. The platform will include short videos, sound recordings and photographs and provides a variety of intergenerational perspectives from Inuit artists, elders, knowledge keepers, storytellers, youth, and other community members.
Friday, Feb 28 '20
Inspiring Legacy Honoured through Visible Vault Campaign
We’re seeing some pretty amazing stories come in from individuals and groups who are supporting the WAG Inuit Art Centre through the Visible Vault Campaign….
Tuesday, Mar 5 '19
Design presents challenges and opportunities for PCL Constructors
“Building the Inuit Art Centre means being a part of something that will impact the culture of Winnipeg and the whole country,” says Tom Schmalz,…
Saturday, Mar 26 '16
Inuit Art Vault Tour
Global Winnipeg takes you into the WAG’s Inuit art vault where 7,500 carvings are stored. Home to the largest public collection of Inuit art in…
Sunday, Jan 10 '21
Maxine Anguk on Qaumajuq’s Digital Vault Platform
Maxine Anguk, Visible Vault Digital Platform Project Manager joined the WAG in June 2020 to prepare the new digital extension of Qaumajuq, the Inuit art…
Monday, Jun 29 '20
Visible Vault Digital Stories Call for Aspiring Inuit Filmmakers and Videographers
Calling all Inuit filmmakers, videographers, and photographers! The WAG Inuit Art Centre is accepting topic submissions for 3-5 min. videos that: • Feature stories about…
Thursday, Dec 5 '19
See the Stories, Add Your Support
Join the growing community, including Sam Lyons, who are championing Inuit art. Add your support by purchasing a shelf in the WAG Inuit Art Centre’s…
Wednesday, Mar 17 '21
Moving Art into the Visible Vault
The world’s largest public collection of contemporary Inuit art will soon be accessible for all to see in the new Visible Vault at Qaumajuq, the…