If you follow Yonge St, Bay St or York St to the south you will be at Queen's Quay West and The Toronto Islands Ferry Terminal along the shore of Lake Ontario. Museum of Inuit Art is in the south-west corner of the Queen's Quay Terminal Building.
Harbourfront is very scenic in fall, Harbour Square Park and Lake Ontario refresh you. Toronto harbour cruises begin right outside MIA's door.
MIA - the only public museum solely devoted to the display of art made by Inuit living in Canada. The museum's collection spans one thousand years of art production in the Arctic and showcases the range, variety, breadth and depth of one of the most vibrant and exciting art forms today.
Hours of operation: 10 AM - 6 PM
Though it has an admission rate $6 for adults, it was free when we visited.
It has four galleries:
Inuit art; belief systems (shamanism, spirits and tranformation), myths and legends (e.g. the sea goddess), animals, the human figure, community life, the roles of men and women, modes of transportation, and hunting by land and by sea,
Inuit sculpture - stone, bone, antler, ivory and ceramic - are represented as prints, drawings and textiles,
Major works by leading Inuit artists,
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