Inuit Sanaugangit & Indigenous Stories Through Art: Tour & Printmaking Workshop (School Program)

Visitors in Anaanatta Unikkaangit. PHOTO: Darnell Collins

Available mid- September through early August 2024

60 minute tour & 60 minute workshop

In this tour, students will hear Inuit and First Nations stories that connect with traditional and contemporary artworks found in Inuit Sanaugangit and throughout the gallery.  Legendary figures such as Nuliajuk and Raven will be brought to life through the intersection of story and art.

Students will create their own printing plate and will make a print from the plate, taking inspiration from the stories and artworks that were shared throughout the tour.

(Product Image: Germaine Arnaktauyok. Mother Earth, 2007. ink, coloured pencil on paper. Collection of the Winnipeg Art Gallery. Acquired with funds from the Estate of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Naylor, funds administered by The Winnipeg Foundation, 2009-399. Photo: Ernest Mayer.)



If you are experiencing technical difficulties while booking a tour through our website, please email or call our Learning Administrator at / (204) 789-1290

If your group spans multiple grade ranges, select the range of the majority. You can add the specifics of your groups grades into the notes section at checkout.

Please let us know if individuals in your group need specific adaptive tools, sensory accommodations, or accessible facilities to make their visit enjoyable. We will do our best to work with you to make WAG-Qaumajuq an inclusive space.