To celebrate Planet IndigenUS at Harbourfront Centre, the Museum of Inuit Art has partnered with Planet IndigenUS to host a special throat singing performance and Q&A session with performing artist Sylvia Cloutier. Originally from Kuujjuaq, Nunavik (Northern Quebec) and now living in Iqaluit, Sylvia is well known for Inuit throat singing and drum dancing. She has collaborated with artists all over the world, and is the co-founder of the performance company Aqsarniit, producing shows that promote Inuit culture for special events.
Space is limited for this event, and guests can reserve their seats by purchasing tickets online or by calling the museum. Tickets are not guaranteed at the door.
The doors for this event will open at 5:45 pm.
$15 general admission
$12 seniors/ students *with photo ID/member card
$10 MIA members
This is a special ticketed event, and cannot be combined with any other offers. (i.e. MAP Passes, CAP Passes, 2-for-1 admission coupons).
MIA is located on the ground level of the south-west corner of the Queens Quay Terminal (QQT) building. We do not have our own dedicated external entrance but you can enter the building either directly at Queens Quay West or the entrances facing Lake Ontario.
For more information about ticket prices and availability you can reach staff by phone at (416) 640-1571 or e-mail at email@example.com
- Please bring your printed ticket for registration on the day of the event and submit it at the front desk in our lobby.
- A complimentary coat and bag check is available.
- Please note that there food and drinks are not allowed inside the museum.
Street car - Both the 509 and 510 streetcar stop on Queens Quay at Harbourfront Centre which is directly in front of the Queens Quay Terminal Building.
Walking - The museum is a short, 10 minute walk south of Union station following York Street.
Parking - There is NO parking available directly at the museum. A new underground parking lot is located at 225 Queens Quay West, which is adjacent to the Queen’s Quay Terminal Building.
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Museum of Inuit Art
The Museum of Inuit Art is the world's only museum devoted exclusively to art made by Inuit.