Feb 10 '21

11:30am – 1:00pm

After years of planning, Qaumajuq, formerly the Inuit art centre, will be launched in early 2021.

Join us for this behind-the-scenes look at the new building, the art and the partners. Find out what Qaumajuq means for our city and our province, and how all businesses can use Qaumajuq to forward their goals. This is an interactive panel discussion, so please bring your questions.

Qaumajuq is the first of its kind in the world – a unique sharing space where Inuit voices are front and centre in sharing their creativity. Artists, Inuit, various partners and community leaders have collaborated to envision and create a vibrant gathering place where all are welcome and where everyone’s stories are told and heard in a true spirit of reconciliation.

Stephen D. Borys, O.M.
Director & CEO, Winnipeg Art Gallery

Julie Nagam
Canada Research Chair in Indigenous Arts, Collaboration and Digital Media
Associate Professor, department of Art History, University of Winnipeg
Co-chair, WAG Indigenous Advisory Circle

Sanford Riley, C.M.
CEO, Richardson Financial Group Limited

11:30 am – Webinar Opens
12:00 pm – Program Starts
12:10 pm – Panel Discussion
​1:00 pm – Program Ends

Learn more about this FREE event and register here

Instructions to access Hopin will be emailed to members prior to the scheduled event.

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