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Inuit Culture Explored in New Production of The Ice Wolf

miniature kayak, before 1895 wood, seal skin, ivory, sinew, cloth
Spencer Museum of Art, The University of Kansas. Gift of Lewis Lindsay Dyche, 2007
miniature kayak, before 1895 wood, seal skin, ivory, sinew, cloth

Theater always involves collaboration between like-minded actors, directors, and designers. This weekend, a theater in Lawrence expands that relationship to the staff of the Spencer Museum of Art.By Steve Walker


Kansas City, MO – The result is a combination of play and exhibition that also delves into science and anthropology. KCUR's Steve Walker reports.

Performances of The Ice Wolf: Friday, February 13, and Saturday, February 14, 2009, 7 pm at the Lawrence Arts Center, 9th & New Hampshire. The Ice Wolf is based on an Inuit story and performed primarily by a cast of children; it's produced in conjunction with
Climate Change at the Poles at the Spencer Museum of Art through May 24, 2009.

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