Joseph Pootoogook, Canadian, 1887–1958, Caribou, 1958 linocut, stencil on paper| Winnipeg Art Gallery

Joseph Pootoogook Canadian, Caribou, 1958 linocut, stencil on paper, x cm Collection of the Winnipeg Art Gallery; Acquired with assistance from Mr.

Natural Art!  Join art facilitators from the Winnipeg Art Gallery in an Inuit printmaking workshop. Get first hand experience in the art of printmaking, and craft a beautiful piece to take home.

Natural Art! Join art facilitators from the Winnipeg Art Gallery in an Inuit printmaking workshop. Get first hand experience in the art of printmaking, and craft a beautiful piece to take home.

Sandwich Bag Art (81/185) The Winnipeg Art Gallery is today's Winnipeg themed sandwich bag. The WAG was founded in 1912 and is Canada's oldest civic gallery. It's been in its current location since 1971.  #sandwichbagart #sandwichbagartist #lunch #lunchbreak #kids #lunchtime #sharpie #dad #city #home #artgallery #winnipegartgallery #wag #architecture #art #winnipegartist #winnipeg #winnipegart

Sandwich Bag Art (81/185) The Winnipeg Art Gallery is today's Winnipeg themed sandwich bag. The WAG was founded in 1912 and is Canada's oldest civic gallery. It's been in its current location since 1971. #sandwichbagart #sandwichbagartist #lunch #lunchbreak #kids #lunchtime #sharpie #dad #city #home #artgallery #winnipegartgallery #wag #architecture #art #winnipegartist #winnipeg #winnipegart

Winnipeg Art Gallery ‏ Verified account   @wag_ca  50m50 minutes ago More “My work explores ideas of tradition, Inuit material culture, and technology, while integrating different ways of making. I use my practice as a means of investigating, experiencing, and participating in Inuit culture and identity.” -Couzyn Van Heuelen #surgence

Winnipeg Art Gallery ‏ Verified account @wag_ca 50m50 minutes ago More “My work explores ideas of tradition, Inuit material culture, and technology, while integrating different ways of making. I use my practice as a means of investigating, experiencing, and participating in Inuit culture and identity.” -Couzyn Van Heuelen #surgence

Napatchie Ashoona - Cape Dorset, Bird Shaman, 2002. - Stone. Collection of The Winnipeg Art Gallery. Gift of Dr. Harry Winrob.

Napatchie Ashoona - Cape Dorset, Bird Shaman (Collection of The Winnipeg Art Gallery.

Sheokjuk Oqutaq - Mother and Child, 1952 - Stone, ivory, black colouring. Collection of the Winnipeg Art Gallery. The Ian Lindsay Collection. Acquired with funds from the Volunteer Committee to the Winnipeg Art Gallery. G-85-307

Sheokjuk Oqutaq - Mother and Child, 1952 - Stone, ivory, black colouring. Collection of the Winnipeg Art Gallery. The Ian Lindsay Collection. Acquired with funds from the Volunteer Committee to the Winnipeg Art Gallery.

Current | Winnipeg Art Gallery

Current | Winnipeg Art Gallery

A rendering shows architect Michael Maltzan’s vision for the proposed Inuit Art Centre at the Winnipeg Art Gallery. (Michael Maltzan Architecture)

The Winnipeg Art Gallery designs a new showcase for Inuit art

A rendering shows architect Michael Maltzan’s vision for the proposed Inuit Art Centre at the Winnipeg Art Gallery.

Winnie Tatya  Canadian, b. 1931  People and Animals, 1971–1972  wool felt, embroidery floss on wool stroud    87 x 47.5 cm    Collection of the Winnipeg Art Gallery

Winnie Tatya Canadian, b. 1931 People and Animals, wool felt, embroidery floss on wool stroud 87 x cm Collection of the Winnipeg Art Gallery; Gift of Faye and Bert Settler

Jessie Oonark, Woman, 1970, Courtesy Winnipeg Art Gallery. See it in the exhibition, “Creation and Transformation: Defining Moments in Inuit Art,” on now thru April 14 at the @Winnipeg Art Gallery.

See it in the exhibition, “Creation and Transformation: Defining Moments in Inuit Art,” on now thru April 14 at the Smallwood Smallwood Kerfoot Art Gallery.

$35 Winnipeg Art Gallery Necklace

$35 Winnipeg Art Gallery Necklace

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