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Carving a Niche: Contact, Class and Capitalism in Inuit Art

January 19, 2008 - April 13, 2008

AWE Gallery

Over the years, the AGW has amassed an impressive collection of Inuit art from communities across northern Canada, which reveal the complex realtiy of Inuit experience. Organized to complement Nuvisavik, this exhibition will feature many rare works purchased with funds from the AGW’s Volunteer Committee when Inuit art first became widely available in the 1960s.

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