Exhibitions

Akunnittinni: A Kinngait Family Portrait
On view now through 09.23.18

Akunnittinni: A Kinngait Family Portrait

This exhibition chronicles three generations of Inuit artists—Pitseolak Ashoona, her daughter Napachie Pootoogook, and granddaughter Annie Pootoogook. Kinngait is known internationally for its artwork, and the three women in this exhibition are among the most well regarded artists of this region.

On view now through 09.23.18

Marta Chaffee: The Places We’ve Lived

Studio Classes

(F18.702) Art for Two

(F18.702) Art for Two

(Ages 22-36 months + Adult) Explore all kinds of materials, from clay to found objects to painting with your toddler in this interactive learning experience.

(F18.606) New Class: From Text to Message

(Ages 15-18) This class explores and develops your individual voice through the power of language in art through the use of letters, numbers, words and symbols.

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(F18.321) Book Arts

(Ages 18+) Learn the art of handmade books with projects ranging from traditional to experimental: Japanese stab binding, accordion book, collaged tunnel books, manipulated found books, and book sculptures.

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