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    2 Inuit Designers Among 12 Winners of 2021 National Fur Design Competition

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    How the Qaumajuq Boardwalk Mural Helped to Connect Inuit in Winnipeg

    Saniraq: Inuit Muralists Bring Colour to the North
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Your Definitive Online Resource for Inuit Artists

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 Painting Issue  

Paint is one of the oldest artistic mediums, but is rarely associated Inuit artists. Bringing together formal elements with narrative conventions, artists have employed their canvas to address notions of memory, history, identity and more.

Featuring the dreamy oil paintings of Megan Kyak-Monteith, a roundtable with Heather Campbell, Bronson Jacque, Aija Komangapik and Darcie Bernhardt, an examination of arctic landscape that juxtaposes Niap and the Group of Seven’s Frederick Varley, 5 arctic muralists and more, the Painting issue blends together the expansive realms of this little-celebrated medium.

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Are you an art collector? Or an Inuit Art Quarterly collector?
Since 1986, the Inuit Art Quarterly has been devoted to advancing and appreciating Inuit and circumpolar Indigenous arts. The back issues of our magazine testify to our focus on connecting readers around the world with the Arctic through the robust and thoughtful writing of Inuit and Indigenous writers. Maybe you’ve misplaced our history-making Nunatsiavut issue; maybe you didn’t subscribe in time to get last quarter’s copy. Either way, we can help.