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7 More Virtual Inuit Art Exhibitions to Visit
New art-viewing opportunities await.
INUA Curators Share 4 Favourite Artworks from the Exhibition
A peek at some compelling pieces from Qaumajuq’s inaugural exhibition.
All the Inuit Art Events You Need to Know About in 2021
Editor’s picks for the year ahead.
5 Films to See at ImagineNATIVE 2020
From intense documentaries to animated shorts.
What the Igloo Tag Means for Inuit Artists
Protecting against cultural appropriation in Inuit art.
6 Inuit Book Besties
Inuit literature picks to transport you away.
Coronavirus Closures Hit Inuit Performers
When performance spaces shutter, what happens to Inuit theatre?
7 Inuit Music Maestros to Tune In To Now
Dance like no one’s watching.
Inuit Art Entertainment for Kids
Or just the kid in you.
More Virtual Exhibitions to Visit
Six more Inuit art exhibitions to visit online.
4 Places to Find Inuit Film Online
The Inuit art of your dreams, available by stream.
5 Virtual Inuit Art Exhibitions to Visit
Curated collections of Inuit art from the comfort of your couch.
The Artists You Need to See at Northern Lights 2020
And everyone who will be there
What's Up, 2020?
Our top picks for events and major projects happening with Inuit art in 2020.
Curatorial Notes on the National Gallery of Canada
Àbadakone | Continuous Fire | Feu continuel is the second in an ongoing series of exhibitions organized by the National Gallery, focusing on contemporary Indigenous art from around the world.
Art Toronto 2019 Round-up
Art Toronto 2019 featured more Inuit art than ever. But did it sell? The IAQ caught up with gallerists, artists and collectors for their take on this year’s fair and the presence of Indigenous arts.
6 Staff Picks for Art Toronto 2019
Now in its 20th year, Art Toronto presents art from Canadian and international galleries alongside lectures and panel discussions. For this year's Art Toronto, IAQ staff choose six must-see artists.
IAQ Staff highlight their must see films and events at imagineNATIVE
The IAQ staff picks their must-see films and showcases at the 2019 ImagineNATIVE Film and Media Arts Festival, taking place in Toronto from Oct. 22 to 27.
10 Ways We Are Celebrating National Indigenous Peoples Day
June 21, 2019, is National Indigenous Peoples Day! We put together a list of some of ways we will be celebrating today.
The IAQ takes you behind the scenes of the 58th Venice Biennale with a first look at Isuma’s installation at the Canada Pavilion, the first time Inuit artists have exhibited as part of the national pavilion.
5 Must-See Films Screening Outside Venice
From experimental shorts and animations to inspiring feature length productions, we have rounded up our must-see film and video works by creators across Inuit Nunangat on view during the course of the 58th Venice Biennale.
5 Shows We Want to See at the Venice Biennale
Alongside the landmark exhibition by Isuma, lead by Zacharias Kunuk, OC and Norman Cohn, at the Canada Pavilion, the Inuit Art Quarterly editorial team has rounded-up their must-sees for the 58th Venice Biennale opening this week.
raise a flag
Independent curator and Associate Dean at OCAD University Ryan Rice reflects on the legacy of a foundational national collection and its power to reframe dialogues on the scope and shape of what a nation might be.
Celebrating 30 Years of Supporting Artists
Tracing the last 30 years at the Inuit Art Foundation.
Celebrating 30 Years
For three decades, the IAQ has been introducing readers around the globe to the luminaries of Inuit art world. It has been our great pleasure to share the beauty and vitality of Inuit cultural production over the past 30 years.
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