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Jill Amos Raine

My Time in Cape Dorset

Please join us for an insightful talk by local artist Jill Amos Raine on Thursday, December 9. There will be a drinks reception at 5.30pm, followed by the talk at 6pm.

Jill will be discussing her time in Cape Dorset (Kinngait), Nunavut, in the Arctic territories of Canada. The settlement, which is considered the epicenter of contemporary Inuit art, is the subject of  The Shadow Land, currently on display in the Upper Mezzanine Gallery.

The exhibition focuses on stone cut prints from the 1960s, presenting artworks produced by the first generation of full-time Inuit artists based in Cape Dorset. Jill will discuss her time living and teaching English at the settlement with her husband, David Raine, during this time period.

Click here to register. Tickets are $10 for BNG members and $20 for non members.

Spaces are limited. Please note that a government SafeKey will be required for attendance.

Top: Jill Amos Raine (right), with husband David Raine (centre) and an Inuit friend on Baffin Island in the 1960s. Above: The Shadow Land: Cape Dorset Prints from the Bacardi Collection. Photographed by Dion Easton.