Instructors show their work at museum
An exhibition of works by four Iqaluit art instructors will open at the Nunatta Sunakutangiit Museum on Saturday at 2 p.m.
Beth Biggs, a jewelry instructor at Arctic College in Iqaluit will be displaying metalwork, including jewelry and sculpture.
Richard Skrobecki, also of Iqaluit, will display ceramics.
Murray Gibson, who teaches tapestry-making in Pangnirtung will show a selection of his tapestries.
Catherine Béchard, a jewelry instructor in Iqaluit will display two sound sculptures with her Montreal-based partner, Sabin Hudon.
The sound sculptures will be set up in a separate room of the museum, said curator Brian Lunger.
The exhibition will run until mid-May.