Where to find us

Sivertson Gallery Locations

Two gallery locations:


Sivertson Gallery - Grand Marais

14 West Wisconsin Street
P.O. Box 178
Grand Marais, MN 55604, USA

Toll-free 888-880-4369



Sivertson Blog: https://sivertson.com/blog/

Grand Marais Gallery Hours
Monday - Saturday 10:00-5:00

Sunday  10:00 - 4:00

*We will be closed Christmas Day 

*We will be open New Years Eve and New Years Day


Siiviis of Sivertson Gallery - Duluth

361 Canal Park Drive
Duluth, MN 55802 USA

Toll-free 888-815-5814


E-mail: siiviis@sivertson.com

Duluth Gallery Hours

Sunday-Thursday 10am-5pm

Fri-Sat 10am-6pm


Inuit Premiere

Friday 26th of October, 2018Inuit Premiere

Fri & Sat, October 26 & 27, 2018 | GRAND MARAIS

Join Sivertson Gallery in Grand Marais for our annual Inuit Premiere celebrating art of the north!

Featuring exquisite prints, sculptures, and carvings by Canadian Inuit and Alaskan Siberian Yupik artists.

Sivertson Gallery has again been selected as a host gallery to feature the 2018 Cape Dorset Annual Print Collection. Every year since 1959, Kinngait Studios has released a catalog of prints from artists of the far north. These prints have earned a worldwide reputation for quality and originality.

We welcome the following guests to the 2018 Inuit Premiere: Bill Nasogaluak, scuptor & carver; Tom Chapman, J and D Cape Dorset Sculptures Inc.; and throat singers Taqralik Partridge, originally from Kuujjuak, Nunavik and now residing in northern Norway, and Nina Segalowitz, originally from Fort Smith, Northwest Territories and currently living in Montreal.


FRIDAY, OCTOBER 26, 2018, at North House Folk School

2-4pm — Artist Bill Nasogaluak carving demonstration.

3pm — Throat singing performance by Taqralik Partridge and Nina Segalowitz.

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 26, 2018, at Sivertson Gallery

6-8pm — 2018 Dorset Fine Arts print release party, with all guests.

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 27, 2018, at Sivertson Gallery

1 & 3pm — Throat singing performances by Taqralik Partridge and Nina Segalowitz.

6pm — Fireside Panel Chat with all guests to chat informally about living in the far north, the art of throat singing, and the traditions of the Kinngait Studios in Cape Dorset, Nunavut (the longest-running print studio in Canada).

All day — Artist Bill Nasogaluak, throat singers Nina and Taqralik, and other guests join us to chat about living in the Arctic and art-making traditions of Canada.

All events are free and open to the public.

Presented in partnership with the Consulate General of Canada in Minneapolis.