For thousands of years, art has been a way for indigenous populations to express their culture and heritage, and is admired throughout the world as a beautiful expression of nature and life. In many cultures, including the Inuit (Eskimo) of Cape Dorset on Baffin Island, in the Nunavut territory, art is a way to tell the stories and keep alive the traditions from one generation to the next. The visual forms of Inuit art are preserved as an important piece of history and tradition at the Baffin Inuit Art Galleries.

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