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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-Thursday 10:00-5:00

Friday & Saturday 10:00-6:00

Sunday  10:00 - 5:00



Siiviis - Duluth

361 Canal Park Drive
Duluth, MN 55802 USA

Toll-free 888-815-5814


E-mail: duluth@sivertson.com

Duluth Gallery Hours
Sunday - Saturday 10:00 - 6:00


Inuit Premiere 2016

Saturday 15th of October, 2016Inuit Premiere 2016

2016 Inuit Premiere - Sivertson Gallery

Saturday, October 15, 2016 1:00 pm - 7:00 pm


Sivertson Gallery
14 W. Wisconsin Street
Grand Marais, MN 55604

Sivertson Gallery’s annual Inuit Premiere is the only one of its kind in the lower 48 United States featuring original Canadian Inuit prints, soapstone carvings and Native Alaskan sculptures formed from walrus tusk, whale bone, whale baleen and soapstone. The gallery also offers a wide variety of unique fossilized woolly mammoth molar and tusk jewelry.  The woolly mammoth has been extinct for more than 4,000 years.

The gallery will also showcase one-of-a-kind Native Alaskan carvings, prints, sculptures, jewelry, and entertainment, including: Canadian Throat-Singing Performances, poetry reading and fireside chat at the 16th annual Inuit Premiere on Saturday, Oct. 15, 2016.  Gallery events are free and open to the public for the weekend.

Saturday, Oct. 15

1 p.m. & 3 p.m. | Live Canadian Throat-Singing performance by Taqralik Partridge & Nina Segalowitz

**Throat singing is a vocal form in which a single voice produces more than one tone at the same time, usually as harmonics of a main tone or drone, traditionally practiced by peoples in central Asia, the Inuit, and Tibetan Buddhist monks.

6 p.m. 

Taqralik Partridge will treat visitors to a poetry reading and fireside chat.  Taqralik Partridge is an Inuit poet, spoken word artist and throat-singer from Kuujjuaq, a town in Nunavik, a region of the most northern part of Quebec. She has performed on stages all over Canada, the United States, the United Kingdom and Norway. Taqralik came to Grand Marais for the first time in 2015 for Sivertson Gallery’s Inuit Premiere and mesmerized the audience with gripping poetry about her life growing up in the far north of Quebec.


Admission: Free
Categories: Arts/Theater


For more information
Visit: http://www.sivertson.com/
Call: 218-387-2491