Tour 150 will invite schools and communities to learn about contemporary art and artists from the four regions of Nunangat, the Inuit homeland in Canada. Through prints, textiles, stone sculptures, and audiovisual stories shared in Inuit voices, viewers will leave the experience with a greater understanding of our land and its people. And the best part is…we are bringing art to you!
This fully accessible exhibition will travel across Manitoba this May through September to bring an inspiring collection of Inuit art directly to your community and schools!
Space required to host this exhibit includes a large parking spot for the vehicle and space for a 10’x10’ tent, where tables and chairs will be set up for learning experiences. Multiple configurations are possible.
Check back here to learn more about our Manitoba route and schedule!
We can’t wait to connect you to the new WAG-Qaumajuq!
Meaning: “to leave something behind”
Symbolic: The artworks in the van will be bringing their teachings and will leave behind knowledge in the different communities it travels to.
• Target audience – School groups and community members of all ages
• Installation and packing is included
• An expert will be present for all visits
• Art exhibit, activity booklet, workshops, and support content included
• All elements are bilingual (English and French)
Health and Safety: The program is designed to be flexible and adapt to various health and safety guidelines determined by the Manitoba Government. Masks, physical distancing, sanitation, and group size limits will be strictly followed. Program plan will adjust according to regulations.
Nakatamaakewin will travel throughout Manitoba and can be in your area in from May to September 2021. Nakatamaakewin is available during school hours and through the evening. Fill out an expression of interest in having Nakatamaakewin visit your school or community!