Drum dancer

Artist: Noah & Mikki Siusangnark
Region: Repulse Bay
Material: Seal skin and caribou antler

Heigth: 14.8″

Length: 11″

Depth: 7″

Drum dancing is a very popular Inuit dance form. Traditionally, the women sang seated in a circle while the men danced. The Inuit performed the drum dance at gatherings and celebrations. Singing is also an important part of Inuit culture.

* Pieces containing walrus ivory, whale bone, seal skin, or baleen cannot be delivered to the United States, Mexico, New-Zealand, Australia, or the United Kingdom.

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