More than a window on Canadian art, this historical institution is a repository of our one-hundred-year history promoting and distributing Fine crafts, Inuit art and art of the First Nations. Discover this rich universe, where you can learn more about us and acquire high quality contemporary art.
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DRAWINGS: CONTEMPORARY PERSPECTIVES BY
CAPE DORSET ARTISTS
FROM NOVEMBER 21 TO DECEMBER 28, 2013
It is little known that drawings have held a rather unique place in the Inuit art market. For a number of years they were stored as records of a vanishing way of life and held as “image banks” for the print programme. Only recently did they become objects of exhibition.
Our gallery features works by more than three hundred Inuit, First Nations and contemporary Fine Craft artists.
Please visit our permanent collection of inuit and first nations art. It holds more than 250 sculptures, prints and artefacts.
Consult our exhibition calendar.