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WAG Inuit Art Centre Gallery Ceiling Rendering Michael Maltzan Architecutre

In the lead-up to the opening of the Inuit Art Centre in a few short months, we are continuing to share content celebrating this new cultural landmark. Check out this page for exciting updates including:

  • Video footage of Canadians sharing their experience connecting with Inuit art;
  • A deep-dive into the history, provenance, and future of our Inuit art collection, developed following consultations with our local Indigenous community;
  • A photographic construction timeline stretching back to the groundbreaking in May 2018;
  • A construction time-lapse video where you can quickly see progress of the Centre over the past year;
  • And more stories celebrating Inuit and Indigenous voices involved in the Inuit Art Centre project.

As always, follow us on social for more interviews, sneak peeks, and art! #atwag #inuitartcentre #artisavoice

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