The Museum of Inuit Art serves as a non-profit, permanent museum whose primary function is to ethically acquire, conserve, research, communicate and exhibit for the purpose of study, education, and enjoyment, material evidence of the history of Inuit art and culture in the Canadian Arctic.
The Museum of Inuit Art is southern Canada's only public museum devoted exclusively to the display of art made by Inuit from its historical roots to its contemporary forms. Featuring over six hundred objects from across Canada and all four Inuit regions, MIA is located in the historic Queen's Quay Terminal building at Toronto's Waterfront.
207 QUEEN'S QUAY WEST, BOX 32
Contact Name:Alysa Procida