Abraham Anghik Ruben Sculpture Unveiled at WAG-Qaumajuq
The stone carving, titled Time to Play, is part of the Winnipeg Art Gallery’s collection and was commissioned by Tannis M. Richardson. Carved from Indiana Limestone, the large sculpture features a family of bears, playfully climbing over one another. Time to Play will welcome visitors to Qaumajuq’s outdoor plaza, named Nutaaq Tummaqtuyuq, Inuvialuktun for “big steps forward” which is made possible by The North West Company and its current and former directors.
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A curated series of outdoor video projections celebrating Qaumajuq365, the Inuit art centre’s inaugural year!
The Inaugural Year of the Inuit art centre
Sundays - Thursdays
Join us in celebrating Qaumajuq365, the Inuit art centre’s inaugural year! We’re illuminating the two connected WAG-Qaumajuq buildings! These Northern Lights and curated video projections will continue most evenings (6-10pm) this winter.