This exhibition is drawn from the extensive collection of Inuit Art held by Dennos Museum Center of Northwestern Michigan College. The works reflect the traditional culture of the Inuit people, including sections related to nomadic life, survival, arctic wildlife and the spirit world. The exhibition requires about 150 running feet of wall space and secured cases for the sculptures, but can be adapted to fit various sized gallery spaces and available cases. The exhibition comes with interpretive text panels, labels and brochures. Teacher education packets, docent training and curatorial lectures are also available.