11:00am – 5:00pm
Free Sunday now includes Qaumajuq, an innovative new museum dedicated to Inuit art and culture that’s connected to the WAG on all levels! Discover the 185,000-square-foot cultural campus that is WAG-Qaumajuq, including the stunning Visible Vault showcasing thousands of carvings, the inaugural exhibition INUA, and much more.
Here’s what you can expect this month at WAG-Qaumajuq:
Join our WAG IdeasLAB intern, Nic Kaneski for a fun library pop-up in the Niizhwaaso Collaborative Research Centre on the second floor of Qaumajuq.
Nic will be curating a special selection of books and periodicals highlighting the work of Two Spirit and Queer artists from our Clara Lander Library Collection. Explore the titles, enjoy our beautiful new reading room, and learn more about Two Spirit, Queer, and LGBTQIA+ artists and their art practices!
Rosalie Favell’s Family Legacy and The Alloways’ Gift
Answer the trivia questions and receive a free art kit while supplies last.
Qaumajuq Visible Vault
Have fun exploring Qaumajuq with an engaging activity booklet.
Skylight – (Third floor of WAG)
Enjoy a look and find for Simply Splendour, an exhibition on decorative arts.
Naadohbii: To Draw Water
Listen to personal stories related to water that come from Loïk Raymond’s Innu community in northern Québec and read storybooks on water.
Ask-me Guide: Nikki Schuweiler is an Indigenous Facilitator available to discuss the artwork in Naadohbii with you.
To maintain safe distancing protocols, advanced registration is required with a timed ticket. Following the most recent provincial guidelines, WAG-Qaumajuq requires proof of vaccination from visitors to access indoor areas. See our health and safety guidelines here.
Free public parking is available at the Canada Life parking lot behind 100 Osborne Street North for visitors on Canada Life Free [email protected] As well, downtown street parking is free Sundays, and several bus routes service Portage Avenue & Colony Street as well as Portage Avenue & Vaughn Street.