Eskimo Dance Shows “INUA” of the Caribou in Center

Regular price $700.00
The semi-human INUA with smiling human face below.  The ceremony where the mask is danced is meant to encourage the Caribou’s return to the Yukon-Kuskokwim delta.  The ritual and ceremony tries to convince the tunghak to permit the Caribou to return.  This mask relates to the style carved by Melvin Olanna done for the American Indian Art Museum.