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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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The Inuit art centre has a new name
A group of Indigenous language keepers and elders gathered to name the Inuit art centre building and the spaces within. Qaumajuq meaning "it is bright, it is lit" is the new name for the centre.
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