Sneak Peak: New Jessie Kenalogak exhibition!

28 Oct

Things have been busy, busy here at MIA. We have prepared a new museum exhibition space which features beautiful drawings by Jessie Kenalogak from Qamani’tuaq (Baker Lake). These works have never been exhibited for public display and constitute a distinct group, produced over a period of several years while the artist was in Kangirqliniq (Rankin Inlet). There, she participated in the Kangirqliniq Centre for Arts and Learning’s programming and began to create distinct, colourful and intensely personal works.

Educational Coordinator, Alysa Procida, preparing an exhibition panel for mounting.

Jessie Kenalogak drawings framed and waiting to be installed!

Educational Coordinator, Alysa Procida, installing a text panel for the Jessie Kenalogak exhibition.

Assistant Technician, Ali, preparing drawings for hanging.

The Jessie Kenalogak exhibition is officially open so be sure to check it out on your next visit to MIA!

Posted by: Karolina Tomaszewska, MIA’s Development Officer


2 Responses to “Sneak Peak: New Jessie Kenalogak exhibition!”

  1. Jessie Kenalogak March 12, 2013 at 10:25 AM #

    hello, this is jessie kenalogak so cool to be on the book thank-you here is my e-mail still doing art bye for now ttyl


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