A small but innovative exhibition, Looking South, opens on July 16, presenting “works of art made by the [Inuit], but inspired or influenced by the culture south of them.” 

Director Roger Selby (1934–1995) comments that the exhibition, which subsequently tours to nine Canadian venues from Prince Edward Island to British Columbia, “forewarns of the gradual spread of an international flavour,” one that will increasingly interlace the cultural and artistic traditions of one culture with another.