WORKSHOPS &

PROGRAMS

Digital Storytelling and Video Documentary

We are committed to documenting and preserving Inuinnait knowledge, as well as creating opportunities for cultural and artistic knowledge to be shared and transmitted across generations. We facilitate a range of workshops and programs that are held in many different environments including workshop spaces, community centres, and land camps. We also look towards the future of Inuit culture, developing a range of digital resources that allow Inuit culture to persevere through new technologies.

Ideas for programming come from local interests and concerns, to activities and knowledge in need of revitalization. Through these programs, we produce resources that are accessible and relevant to our communities.  Our archives, library, and collection of traditional tools and materials continues to grow, offering opportunities for our communities and researchers to access the information they need about Inuit culture and knowledge.

 

 

EXPLORE PAST WORKSHOPS AND PROGRAMS

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MAKING THE
KIIHIMAJUQ KAMAAK

STRING GAMES

TRADITIONAL SEWING AND SKIN PREPARATION

BUILDING AN IGLOO

KUUGJUAQ:

RETURNING HOME

TO PERRY RIVER

BUILDING A QAJAQ
TO THE FUTURE

GROWING UP IN CAMBRIDGE BAY

INUINNAQTUN
BOW MAKING TRADITION

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