Check out the Arts & Culture category on our Q&A website! :) Ask your own question and/or answer someone else's! ~~  https://reviewedbyconsensus.com/forums/categories/arts-culture/

Check out the Arts & Culture category on our Q&A website! :) Ask your own question and/or answer someone else's! ~~ https://reviewedbyconsensus.com/forums/categories/arts-culture/

An Inuit child from Arctic Bay in traditional Baffin Island dress. Nunavut, Canada from Bryan & Cherry Alexander Photography.

An Inuit child from Arctic Bay in traditional Baffin Island dress. Nunavut, Canada from Bryan & Cherry Alexander Photography.

~ Ainu totem poles ~ Burnaby Mountain, British Columbia, Canada~ by Robert D. MacNevin

~ Ainu totem poles ~ Burnaby Mountain, British Columbia, Canada~ by Robert D. MacNevin

VINTAGE ESKIMO ART INUIT CANADA CARVED STONE SCULPTURE

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VINTAGE ESKIMO ART INUIT CANADA CARVED STONE SCULPTURE

This is Inuit elder Qappik Attagutsiak in her traditional caribou and sealskin clothes."  Arctic Bay, Baffin Island, Nunavut, Canadian high Arctic Photo Sue Flood

Cold Places: pictures from the Poles

This is Inuit elder Qappik Attagutsiak in her traditional caribou and sealskin clothes." Arctic Bay, Baffin Island, Nunavut, Canadian high Arctic Photo Sue Flood

Summer road trip to Victoria BC https://www.yd.com/VictoriaDowntown/default.aspx

Summer road trip to Victoria BC https://www.yd.com/VictoriaDowntown/default.aspx

Nunavik: A Land, Its People is a virtual exhibit about the ancestral home to Canada's Inuit living in Quebec.  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.

Nunavik: A Land, Its People is a virtual exhibit about the ancestral home to Canada's Inuit living in Quebec. 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.

The feeling of this is great. Mostly white and clean with the slight feeling of darkness encroaching in her face. (even though its her hair is feels like its almost taking her over.)

The feeling of this is great. Mostly white and clean with the slight feeling of darkness encroaching in her face. (even though its her hair is feels like its almost taking her over.)

Life in Gjohaven, a town in the Northwest Territories, Canada where over 1000 Inuits live

Life in Gjohaven, a town in the Northwest Territories, Canada where over 1000 Inuits live

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