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Musée national des beaux-arts du Québec 

Open year round (closed Mondays except on Thanksgiving)
Parc des Champs-de-Bataille
City of Québec (Qc), Canada
G1R 5H3
@ Tookalak, Olivia Des petites choses qui nous polluent, 2023 Épreuve numérique 90 x 120 cm École Iguarsivik, Puvirnituq, Nunavik Photo : Nathalie Claude

TARRATUUTIQ|TAIMA - Artistic and climatic reflections of Nunavik

Musée national des beaux-arts du Québec
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Tarratuutiq (mirror) is a concept combining education, art and well-being developed by the MNBAQ for students in Nunavik. The Taima (it's enough) exhibition is the result of this vast collaborative project initiated and piloted by Nathalie Claude, teacher and arts pedagogical advisor for Kativik Ilisarniliriniq. Created with students from the Iguarsivik school in Puvirnituq (Nunavik), the works seek to offer a sensitive reinterpretation of works from the MNBAQ's national collection. The students’ works highlight the challenges that climate change is posing, which Inuit communities are facing daily.
This outing includes
Access to the Museum and temporary exhibitions

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