Dennos Museums is offering Inuit art enthusiasts the opportunity to tag along on their yearly acquisitions trip to Toronto to purchase Inuit fine art.
Join Dennos Museum Store Manager Terry Tarnow and other museum staff, April 24-27, 2014, for an excursion to the Inuit Showrooms in Toronto, Ontario. This trip gives collectors an opportunity to visit four Inuit showrooms not usually open to the public. For the collector it is a wonderful opportunity to purchase carvings, prints, textiles and gift items from a much larger inventory than is available in the Dennos Museum Store.
Travel day is Thursday, April 27 with all guests traveling on their own and meeting in Toronto where a block of rooms has been reserved at the Bond Place Hotel. Friday will be a non-stop day of visiting four Inuit showrooms. Saturday the group will visit the Art Gallery of Ontario to view a memorial exhibit of the work of Kenojuak Ashevak, who passed away last year. Visits to other galleries will be added as time allows.
Due to the small size of the showrooms the trip is limited to 20 guests. There is a registration fee of $25 per person. The deadline for hotel reservation is March 24th.
For additional information, hotel reservation information and registration form visit, visit DennosMuseum.org, or contact the trip’s coordinator, Terry Tarnow, at 231.995.1587 or firstname.lastname@example.org.