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Nanuk's Journey: Inuit Art from the Samuel and Esther Sarick Collection at the Art Gallery of Ontario

Event Date: Open Daily from May. 6th until Sep. 23rd, 2017
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Event Time: 9 am - 5 pm

Host: Stratford Perth Museum

Contact: 519-393-5311

Details:

Nanuk's Journey:  Inuit Art from the Samuel and Esther Sarick Collection at the Art Gallery of Ontario

Nanuk’s Journey will feature approximately 40 major sculptures from the AGO’s Samuel and Esther Sarick Collection. Focussed on the subject of Nanuk (the polar bear) the exhibition compliments the Stratford Festival’s The Breathing Hole, a new play by Colleen Murphy directed by Reneltta Arluk (Gwich’in and Chipewyan-Cree).
Curated by Andrew Hunter (the AGO’s Fredrik S. Eaton Curator, Canadian Art) in consultation with Inuvialuit Reneltta Arluk. The exhibit includes work by: deceased Cape Dorset artist and hunter Tim Pitsiulak, Tudlik, Niviaksiak, Matthew Aqugaaq, David Ruben Piqtoukun, Osuitok Ipeelee, Pauta Saila, Andy Miki, Parr and  Bill Nasogaluak, among other notable Inuit artists.
Following its presentation at the Stratford Perth Museum, the exhibition will be featured in the AGO’s Samuel and Esther Sarick Gallery.



This event is wheelchair accessible.

Cost: $7/A, $6/SR/ST, $5/CH, $20/Family (Two adults and two children)

Location: Stratford Perth Museum, Stratford, 4275 Line 34, Stratford


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