April 28, 2022 - June 26, 2022
From time immemorial, Indigenous peoples have preserved biodiversity despite the continued growth of the human population. Since contact with settlers, Indigenous communities have been stripped of their ancestral lands; the Land Back movement aims to restore governance and stewardship of the territory for a sustainable future.
The Sherbrooke Museum of Fine Arts will be the first venue to open its exhibition on the theme of the Great North, this immense territory with its fragile balance. This theme will be illustrated by the works of modern and contemporary Inuit artists including Barry Pottle, Camille Seaman, Jkai Lucassi, Katherine Takpannie, Lizzie Sheeg, Maureen Gruben, NIAP, Nuveeya Ipellie and Ooloopie Killiktee.