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Collector's Issue

Welcome to Qaumajuq: The New Inuit Art Centre  

HIGHLIGHTS INCLUDE:

  • A look at the opening ceremony of Qaumajuq with Julia Lafreniere
  • Curator conversation with Dr. Heather Igloliorte, asinnajaq, Kablusiak and Krista Ulujuk Zawadski one year after opening inaugural exhibition INUA
  • Jocelyn Piirainen on Qaumajuq's impact in the art world and the future of Inuit art at WAG-Qaumajuq
  • Marieke Gruwel speaks with Dr. Stephen Borys, Michael Maltzan and Michael Robertson on Qaumajuq’s design
  • Dr. Darlene Coward Wight on the historical journey that led to Qaumajuq
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    • Feature

    The Intertwined History Of Politics And Art in Nunatsiavut

    by User Not Found
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    • Feature

    Soft Shapes and Hard Mattresses

    Sex and Desire in Contemporary Inuit Graphic Art and Film
    by Daniella Sanader
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    • Interviews

    Showcasing Cinematic Talent at the Arctic Arts Summit

    by Mark David Turner

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The Inuit Art Quarterly Profiles is the centralized, definitive resource for Inuit artists' biographies. Featuring the artwork and careers of historical and contemporary artists across all media, the IAQ Profiles highlights their contributions to the cultural and artistic heritage of their communities, Canada and the world in one convenient place.

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Current Issue

The Unikkaat/Unikkaaqtuat Issue  

HIGHLIGHTS INCLUDE:

  • From sleds to Ski-Doos, Inuit ingenuity and innovation through art

  • First Inuk soprano Deantha Edmunds’ unique merging of Inuttitut and opera  

  • Them Days editor Aimee Chaulk on the special story, and people, behind the historical Labradorian magazine

  • Chantal Jung’s one-of-a-kind artist project honouring 3 generations of Inuit women

  • Digging into the little-known films and life of Mosha Michael, and more!

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