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Canadian Museum of Inuit Art

Canadian Museum of Inuit Art

Experience art made by Inuit living in Canada in a setting designed to evoke the landscape of the Arctic – right in the cultural heart of Toronto. MIA is the only museum south of the Arctic devoted exclusively to the display of Inuit art from across Canada, from Nunatsiavut (Labrador) to the Inuvialuit Settlement Region (Northwest Territories and the Yukon). MIA celebrates the range and diversity of artistic expression produced in these areas and showcases all forms of art, from sculptures to ceramics and drawings to wall hangings. With works from 1,000 years ago and up to the present day, MIA presents a unique opportunity to view beautiful pieces of art that offer something for everyone.

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Text Credit: http://miamuseum.ca/about-us/history/

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    guestBook Guestbook/ HR2017/ Jul 7, 2017

    Wow, really wasn't expecting too much but I was pleasantly surprised. There is a great selection here of artifacts and history. Incredibly informative and well put together.

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Canadian Museum of Inuit Art

Canadian Museum of Inuit Art

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NEWS FEED
  • Unique
    guestBook Guestbook/ HR2017/ Jul 7, 2017

    Wow, really wasn't expecting too much but I was pleasantly surprised. There is a great selection here of artifacts and history. Incredibly informative and well put together.

Experience art made by Inuit living in Canada in a setting designed to evoke the landscape of the Arctic – right in the cultural heart of Toronto. MIA is the only museum south of the Arctic devoted exclusively to the display of Inuit art from across Canada, from Nunatsiavut (Labrador) to the Inuvialuit Settlement Region (Northwest Territories and the Yukon). MIA celebrates the range and diversity of artistic expression produced in these areas and showcases all forms of art, from sculptures to ceramics and drawings to wall hangings. With works from 1,000 years ago and up to the present day, MIA presents a unique opportunity to view beautiful pieces of art that offer something for everyone.

Toronto, Ontario
(416) 640-1571
http://miamuseum.ca/
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Photo: http://surfacedesignsystems.com/assets/galleries/57/1inuit30.jpg