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Fur Production and Design sharing seal skin creations

Presentation of Baby Bunting bags: left to right, are - Pitsiulaala Padluq (Fur Production Program); LeRae Muise (Qikiqtani General Hospital); Meeka Kilabuk (Sr. Instructor: Fur Production Program); and Karen Kabloona (Executive Assistant: Minister of Health – Paul Okalik). Presentation of Baby Bunting bags: left to right, are - Pitsiulaala Padluq (Fur Production Program); LeRae Muise (Qikiqtani General Hospital); Meeka Kilabuk (Sr. Instructor: Fur Production Program); and Karen Kabloona (Executive Assistant: Minister of Health – Paul Okalik).

Today, the Fur Production Program of Nunavut Arctic College held a display and presentation of some of their seal skin creations.

The artistry was impressive and the work was beautiful.

I wish to share with you some pictures from the event.

Left to right: Pitsiulaala Padluq from Kimmirut accepts a Baby Bunting Bag for the community of Kimmirut from Meeka Kilabuk (Sr. Instructor: Fur Production Program).

Eric Corneau (Dean: Nunatta Campus) accepts a beautiful wall hanging from Meeka Kilabuk (Sr. Instructor: Fur Production Program). Very Lucky, Eric!

 

 

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