In Photos: A visit to the Winnipeg Art Gallery

From April 6-10, 2022 we visited the Winnipeg Art Gallery for the day to have meetings for our digital incubator and cultural entrepreneurship projects. Joining us for this special day was me, Eric, Anoee, Jr. and his son Nangmalik and Jamie Bell along with Dr. Olaf Kuhlke from the University of Minnesota Duluth.

Looking out over the Qaumajuq visible vault for the first time.
This month we met at the Niizhwaaso Collaborative Research Centre at Qaumajuq and the Winnipeg Art Gallery.
Dr. Olaf Kuhlke presents on the work experience components for artists working with the Our People Our Climate project.
This was the first meeting for planning our next conference and art exhibit during Auviqsaqtut, the 2022 Inuit Studies Conference that will be held in June, 2022 in Winnipeg, Manitoba.
Dr. Olaf Kuhlke and Jamie Bell present on the cultural entrepreneurship and digital skills incubator project during our visit to Qaumajuq.
Dr. Olaf Kuhlke and Jamie Bell present on the cultural entrepreneurship and digital skills incubator project during our visit to Qaumajuq.
Tony Eetak, Eric Anoee, Jr and Nangmalik Qanatsiaq check out INUA at the Winnipeg Art Gallery.
Our projects working together was made possible with help from a number of international partners, schools, universities and art galleries.
Our projects working together was made possible with help from a number of international partners, schools, universities and art galleries.
Dr. Olaf Kuhlke from the Minneapolis College of Art and Design and emerging Inuk artist and photographer Tony Eetak visit the Qaumajuq visible vault in April 2022..
Dr. Olaf Kuhlke from the Minneapolis College of Art and Design and emerging Inuk artist and photographer Tony Eetak visit the Qaumajuq visible vault in April 2022.

Thank you to the Canada Council for the Arts Digital Greenhouse program for supporting our project. It’s creating a lot of new chances to gain experience to working in the arts industries.