First Nations Art


First Nations Art by members of ten First Nations plus the Inuit of Nunavik but only seven museum. Aboriginal indigenous peoples who occupied North America for thousands of years before the Europeans first arrived in the late 10th century. 

Four museum to be more precise, plus one virtual museum, one cultural center, one cultural institution to collect, preserve, interpret and display aboriginal indigenous art and objects of artistic, cultural or scientific significance and one multilingual tool to learn the language spoken by the Malécites and discover their culture.

The Abenaki Museum

The Anishinabeg Cultural Center

The Atikamekw - McCord Museum

The Aanischaaukamikw Cree Cultural Institute

The Huron-Wendat Museum

The Innu - McCord Museum

The Première Nation Malécite de Viger
Language and Culture

The Mi'kmaq - McCord Museum

The St-Lawrence (Iroquoians)
Mohawks Virtual Museum

The Naskapi Quilt of Belonging

The Canadian Museum of Inuit Art


The AbenakisAnishinaabeg, Atikamekw, Crees, Huron-Wendats, InnusMaliseets, Mi'kmaq, Mowhawks, Naskapis First Nations and, the Inuit in Inuit Nunangat, the Arctic regions of Greenland, Canada and Alaska.

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First Nations Art by Rachel Louise Barry


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