Categories: Arts & Culture, Downtown Hamilton, Events, Galleries, Guided, Museums, Tours

September 28, 2019 to January 5, 2020

Art Gallery exterior

View the first retrospective of Alootook Ipellie’s extraordinary work, demonstrating the importance and continued relevance of his vision. Through his poems, articles and essays, Ipellie gave voice to important cultural, political and social issues affecting Inuit Nunangat. Alootook Ipellie was a translator, illustrator, reporter and eventually editor for Inuit Monthly (Inuit Today), creating hundreds of political cartoons, serial comic strips including "Ice Box" and "Nuna and Vut," and landing him a much-deserved spot in the Canadian Cartoonists Hall of Fame.

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