The Dennos Museum Center

Inuit Gallery

The works in the Dennos Museum Center's Power Family Inuit Gallery present a survey of Inuit stonecut, stencil, lithograph, etching, aquatint and chine-collé prints, tapestries, sculptures and artifacts from the late 1950s to the present. Selected from more than 1500 objects in the Museum's permanent collection, the exhibition features artists from numerous communities within Nunavut, a Canadian territory in the Canadian Arctic. As a whole, the exhibition is intended to reveal the vision and scope of Contemporary Inuit art, not only through first generation masters such as Pudlo Pudlat, Kenojuak Ashevak, and Kananginak Pootoogook, but also of new artists whose works reflect not only Inuit traditions of years past, but of contemporary life and current issues in the Arctic and the art world.

Inuit Collection

Inuit Cultural Tours

It Begins Within

HOURS:
Mon-Sat 10 am - 5 pm
Sun
1 - 5 pm
Thurs - Open until 8pm
Closed on major holidays

ADMISSION:
Adults $6 
Children $4   
NMC Students FREE with ID 
Museum members FREE

If you are planning to attend an event at the Dennos Museum Center and have a disability requiring any special assistance, please notify us at dmc@nmc.edu or (231) 995-1055 as soon as possible.