Open Studio Gallery

Ningiukulu Teevee, Saimaiyu Akesuk and Ooloosie Saila

Where She Lives

DATE

March 20, 2020May 9, 2020
Ningiukulu Teevee, 'Where She Lives', 2017, lithograph, edition of 50, 19.7" x 27.6".

UPDATED MONDAY, APRIL 1, 2020

To the Open Studio community,

The COVID-19 situation continues to evolve and in alignment with the directives of the government and health authorities, Open Studio will not be reopening on April 7 as initially planned. It is not easy for us to predict how long our physical space/studio will remain closed, and we will reopen as soon as it is safe and possible to do so.

Together Apart – Thank You

Thank you to our community of artists, board members, staff, volunteers, partners, collaborators, donors and sponsors. We miss seeing you and we cannot wait to be back in our studio space. We are so thankful for your support and hope you are staying healthy and safe.

Staying Connected

During these changing times we are working collectively to support our community of artists and looking to spread some positivity.

We encourage you to follow our social media channels, especially Instagram, to view posts showcasing artists’ work, stories and more. We will be including additional digital content about our latest scheduled exhibitions (March – May):

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For any further inquiries please do not hesitate to contact us at office@openstudio.ca and we will do our best to respond in a timely manner.

The Open Studio Team

Where She Lives brings together bold, graphic printmaking by three female artists working out of the WBEC Kinngait Studios, Cape Dorset, Nunavut. Where She Lives at once refers to Ningiukulu Teevee, Saimaiyu Akesuk and Ooloosie Saila’s representations of landscapes, wildlife and everyday ephemera, but also alludes to interior worlds and places of imagination, connecting to the artists’ imagery of magic, legends and mythology, all rendered with vibrant colour and visionary line work.

Thank you to Dorset Fine Arts for lending works for this exhibition.