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Into the Arctic

April 10, 2018

Cory Trépanier’s Into the Arctic Brings the Top of the World to the Neville!
Green Bay, WI---April 10, 2018--- Into the Arctic showcases a collection of over 60 Arctic oil paintings and 3 films from Trepanier’s four Arctic expeditions to the furthest reaches of the Canadian North, a wilderness so remote and untouched, that many of its landscapes have never been documented before.
Highlighting the collection is Trépanier’s 15 foot wide “Great Glacier”, possibly the largest Arctic landscape painting in Canada’s history.  About his work, the artist has said
“Exploring and painting the Arctic intimately - by hiking, canoeing, camping, traveling with the Inuit - all this prepares me to experience nature’s wonder on a visceral and emotional level. Through this approach, I experience firsthand the awe and overwhelming sense of humility that is brought on from the realization of how tiny I am in these expansive landscapes.”
Artifacts from Alaska and Canada that are housed in the Neville’s Permanent Collection will also be on display.  Many of these were collected by Ann Bannon in the late 1920s and early 1930s and range from a walrus tusk cribbage board to seal skin mittens.      
Into the Arctic Meet the Artist Events with Cory Trépanier
  1. Media meet and greet with Cory Trépanier, Tuesday May 1, 10:00 a.m.
  1.  Into the Arctic Gallery Talk with artist and filmmaker Cory Trépanier,
    Tuesday May 1, 6:00 – 7:00 p.m. (open to the public, free with admission)
  1. International Film Series: Into the Arctic viewing and Q&A with Cory Trépanier,
    Wednesday, May 2, 7:00 p.m. (open to the public, free admission)
Into the Arctic will be on display from April 14 through August 19, 2018.  Into the Arctic is sponsored by The Pivot Rock Fund with special thanks to the Canadian Consulate. 
For more information please visit 
Submitted by:
Rachel Ott
Neville Public Museum Foundation
[email protected]
210 Museum Place
Green Bay, WI  54303
(920) 448-7874

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