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    Inuit Art Icons in Comics
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    Peter Igupttaq Autut Wins Creative Non-Fiction Award

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    What Supports Do Nunatsiavut Artists Need Right Now?

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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.

Current Issue

The Water Issue  

The relationship of Inuit to water flows through stories and oral tradition, a powerful entity to be treated with care and respect, even as forces like climate change transform the sea ice and affect water quality across Inuit Nunangat. Inuit continue to hunt, fish and travel across water to maintain traditional lifestyle and diets, using new technologies and making serious waves in Inuit art as they do so.

From the enduring stories of Joe Talirunili’s Joe Boats, to the shared waters of photographers Eldred Allen and Robert Kautuk and 18 artists who draw water in their work, the Water issue delves beneath the surface to the tides that travel beneath.

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