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This exhibition features exquisite and extraordinarily rare prints from Japan and Cape Dorset, Nunavut, from the late 1950s and early 1960s. ...

Through singing drums, family heirlooms, a talking basket, and cups of tea, artist Peter Morin sets the idea of the museum on the kitchen table. Peter Morin’s Museum weaves together familiar practices of museum display with a series of performances and an evolving installation to create a...

The exhibition, curated by Greg Hill, and organized by the National Gallery of Canada, features a selection of 50 of Beam’s most remarkable works spanning his 30-year career, from his monumental-scale paintings and constructions, to his ceramics and video....

This exhibit addresses these and other questions by highlighting Charles Edenshaw’s engraved silver bracelets, as well as his wife Isabella’s basketry, which Charles painted. ...

Calvin Hunt’s magnificent 38 ft long tail canoe is on display at MOA through January 3. On Tuesday, February 2, 2010, the canoe is scheduled to carry the Olympic torch across the bay at Port Hardy....

Vitrine 448, created in 1988, is a ‘book work’ comprising black-fabric file box presenting images and words documenting Hassan’s travels to Paris and her encounter with a vitrine at the Musée de l’Homme, housing Brazilian materials collected by anthropologist Claude Lévi-Strauss. ...

[vc_row][vc_column width="1/1"][vc_column_text]Nicholas Galanin (b. 1979) is an artist of Tlingit ancestry who lives and works in Sitka, Alaska. Trained through apprenticeship and formal study in wood carving, metalwork, and tool making, he uses a range of media, including sculpture and video, to expand his own...

Border Zones: New Art Across Cultures was an exhibition of work by twelve artists engaged in a dialogue about cultural boundaries....

Tahltan artist Peter Morin curates an exhibit in two parts: “Speaking to the Old Ones,” will be shown at MOA while “Speaking in Landscape Tongues” appears at Vancouver’s Western Front Gallery....