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WAG to feature biennial Indigenous exhibit

<p>Jaimie Isaac (left) and Dr. Julie Nagan will be the curators of the WAG's newly-announced Winnipeg Indigenous Biennial which will celebrate contemporary Indigenous art and will be launched the opening year of the WAG's Inuit Art Centre in 2020. </p>

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Jaimie Isaac (left) and Dr. Julie Nagan will be the curators of the WAG's newly-announced Winnipeg Indigenous Biennial which will celebrate contemporary Indigenous art and will be launched the opening year of the WAG's Inuit Art Centre in 2020.

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Updated on Thursday, November 8, 2018 at 7:47 PM CST: Fixes typo in photo caption

11:40 PM: Changes photo

November 9, 2018 at 7:39 AM: Final

6:01 PM: Updates photo

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