Nunavik: A Land, Its People

Creator(s): LRRM/OICRM, Faculty of Music, Université de Montréal

Covering nearly half a million square kilometres, Nunavik is the ancestral home to Canada's Inuit living in Quebec. For the last four thousand years, the Nunavimmiut have lived off the land by developing unique adaptive strategies to survive in a harsh climate and demanding environment. A multidisciplinary exploration platform, this exhibition is an invitation to discover this vast territory. Trilingual (French, English and Inuktitut), it combines music, stories, accounts, scientific data, artefacts, nature photography and works of art to create, through thematic presentations, a living and animated tableau of Northern Quebec.

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