2017-2018 DONORS

The Inuit Art Foundation also relies on generous contributions from other public bodies, private companies, foundations and individuals to achieve our mission each year. You, the generous donors listed below, ensure the Inuit Art Quarterly is published. You also provide funding for artist residencies, such as the Kenojuak Ashevak Memorial Fund (KAMF), and other professional development opportunities and support the work of living artists. The IAF relies on the generous support of donors to do this important work and is pleased to recognize donors who have contributed between April 1, 2017 and March 31, 2018. Thank you so much!

SUSTAINERS

The Inuit Art Foundation relies on the generosity of donors like you to develop programming to support the work of Inuit artists. The IAF is excited to announce the launch of our Sustainers Program. All donors are recognized in the IAQ and on the website.

$5,000+

  • Christopher Bredt and Jamie Cameron
  • Susan M. Carter
  • The Herb and Cece Schreiber Foundation (Publications)

$2,500–$4,999

  • Informa Canada (Publications)

$1,000–$2,499

  • Blair Assaly
  • Andrew Chodos
  • Donald and Pat Dodds
  • Inuit Art Society (Publications)
  • The Michael And Sonja Koerner Charitable Foundation
  • David and Liz Macdonald

$500–$999

  • Jordan Banks, in honour of Paul Desmarais III
  • Patricia Feheley
  • Janice Gonsalves
  • Erik Haites
  • Christine Macinnes
  • Kathryn Minard
  • Alysa Procida and Kevin Stewart
  • Riley Household
  • Mark Rittenhouse
  • Barbara Turner
  • Katarina Kupca

$250–$499

  • Denise Cargill
  • Leah Erickson
  • Heather Igloliorte
  • Louis Jungheim and Thalia Nicas, in honour of Thomas Webster (Publications)
  • Patricia McKeown
  • Richard Mohr, in honour of Adventure Canada and Heather Beecroft (Publications)
  • Margaret Newall
  • Robin and David Procida
  • Muriel Smith
  • Michael and Melanie Southern
  • Jay Thomson (Publications)

$100–$249

  • Amy Adams
  • Heather Beecroft (Publications)
  • Catherine Birt
  • Karen Brouwers, in honour of Elisapee Ishulutaq
  • Tobi Bruce
  • Mary Campbell
  • Linda Cleman (Publications)
  • Celia Denov
  • Leslie Eisenberg
  • Lyyli Elliott
  • Britt Gallpen and Travis Vakenti
  • Judith Gavin
  • Nelson Graburn, in honour of Katsuak Tumasi
  • Barbara A. Guetzelman
  • Carol Heppenstall
  • Albert Holthuis
  • James Igloliorte
  • Carola Kaegi
  • Nancy  Keppelman
  • Charles Kingsley
  • Ellen Lehman
  • Joe & Sandra Lintz
  • Dr. Marie A. Loyer

 

  • Robert Michaud
  • Nancy Moore
  • Gary Nelson
  • Michael J. Noone
  • Leon Oberlander
  • Christa Ouimet and Woody Brown (Endowment)
  • Victoria Prince
  • Timothy Reinig
  • Eva Riis-Culver
  • Marcia H. Rioux
  • Seiko Shirafuji
  • Hunter Thompson
  • Gail Vanstone
  • Manon Vennat
  • William Webster (Endowment)
  • Claude M. Weil, in honour of Jim Shirley (Endowment)
  • Scott White
  • Mark Zivin

Friends of the Foundation

  • Mary Anglim
  • Caroline Chan
  • Brian Dalton
  • Anne-Marie Danizio
  • François Dumaine
  • Lyyli Elliott
  • Shirley Finfrock
  • Judith Gavin
  • Claire S. Gold
  • Alan and Paula Goldstein

Friends of the Foundation

  • Barbara Hale
  • John A. Hanjian
  • Mary Hanson
  • Mark Igloliorte
  • Laurence Jacobs
  • Peter Kovacik
  • Laura MacDonald
  • Edward Maloney
  • Lise Morneau-Rousson
  • Barbara Myslinski

Friends of the Foundation

  • Suzanne Nash (KAMF)
  • Pauline Provencher
  • Pierre-Francois Ouelette
  • Blaine Rapp
  • Helena Rati, in honour of Andre Forni
  • Leslie Reid
  • Wendy Rittenhouse
  • Anita Romaniuk
  • Mari Shantz
  • Scenery Slater

Friends of the Foundation

  • Ann Sprayregen
  • Bertha K. Thompson
  • Michael Wiles
  • and three anonymous supporters (KAMF)

Bequests

  • Virginia Watt Perpetual Trust

ADDITIONAL 2017-2018 PROGRAM SUPPORT PROVIDED BY:

PRIMARY SUPPORTER

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The Inuit Art Foundation gratefully acknowledges the support of the Government of Canada through contributions from the Inuit Relations Directorate, Northern Governance Branch, Northern Affairs Organization, at Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada, who have provided our core funding contribution since 1987.

INUIT ART QUARTERLY SUPPORT

IGLOO TAG TRADEMARK PROGRAM SUPPORT

The Reimagining the Igloo Tag Trademark project is funded by the Economic Diversification Grant of the Indigenous Economic Development Fund. An initiative of the Government of Ontario, the Indigenous Economic Development Fund supports promising projects that lead to employment, training and business opportunities for Indigenous people.

INUIT ARTIST DATABASE SUPPORT

Donations are essential to the programs that promote and celebrate Inuit art and artists. As a registered charitable organization in Canada (BN #121033724RR0001) and the United States (#980140282), the Inuit Art Foundation welcomes donations, sponsorships, legacy gifts and in-kind contributions.

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