Inuit Dolls: Models of a Culture

Peel Art Gallery, Museum and Archives (PAMA)

9 Wellington Street. East
Brampton, Ontario
Canada

The Inuit have practised the art of making dolls for centuries. Dolls serve many purposes; they are reflections of Inuit life, playthings, charms, tools of domestic training, and tourist souvenirs. This exhibition presents 27 Inuit dolls given to PAMA from the Museum of Inuit Art and will also contain a selection of prints depicting Inuit life lent by Peel-based Canadian Arctic Producers.

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