Visible Vault Campaign
JOIN THE GROWING CHOIR OF COMMUNITY MEMBERS CHAMPIONING
Contribute by purchasing a shelf in the Visible Vault
Art is a voice that invites a response. When you enter the WAG Inuit Art Centre, you will be met by a three-story glass vault showcasing thousands of carvings from the world’s largest public collection of contemporary Inuit art. By adding your name to a Visible Vault, you can help build the Canada’s Inuit Art Centre. This is a unique opportunity to be part of the community of supporters who are coming together to build Canada’s Inuit Art Centre.
- Purchase for $2,020, only 492 spots available*
- Be recognized on signage as an individual, group, or organization**
- Perfect as a gift, to honour loved ones, or to mark a special occasion
- A tax receipt will be issued for the full gift amount
* The vault will display artwork currently in the WAG collection, which includes pieces on loan and in the permanent collection. Each shelf may contain multiple carvings, and those works will rotate.
** Please note, names of those who purchase shelves will be available on an electronic screen near the vault, by last name. Names will not be visible on the vault itself.
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