Mar 22 '21

1:00pm – 9:00pm

It is important that the Indigenous community is welcomed into Qaumajuq before the general public as they are the original keepers and protectors of the territory on which the Inuit art centre stands.

Connected to the WAG on all levels, Qaumajuq is an innovative new museum dedicated to Inuit art and culture, led by Inuit voices. 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.

If you are Inuit, Metis or First Nations, sign up for a free timed-ticket at right. The first 200 people registered will receive a special gift package! Please note that timed tickets do not guarantee automatic entry (limited tickets available to allow for social distancing).

And we invite you to celebrate the opening of Qaumajuq virtually with our two-part event on March 25 & 26. Artwork, performances, voices, and ceremonies bridging North and South will mark the unveiling of this new cultural landmark in downtown Winnipeg. Learn more

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The Winnipeg Art Gallery is located on Treaty No. 1 the original lands and waters of Anishinaabe, Ininiwak, Anishininiwak, Dakota, and Dene peoples, and on the homeland of the Métis Nation.
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