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How to Overcome the Erasure of Inuit Identity in Archival Photos
ITK President Natan Obed gives a name to a painful past.
What are the Earliest Inuit Prints?
How did prints by one Inuk get published in the South in 1915?
From Plastic Teeth to Soap Stripes
How have Inuit artists approached inlay?
The History of Sealskin Stencils
Sealskin + toothbrush = fine art print?
100 Unidentified Embroideries
Journeying to Nunatsiavut in search of answers.
Fast Runners and Time Travellers
Containing never before seen recordings, interviews, documentation and over 20 years of raw footage, what questions are raised after visiting the archive of Igloolik Isuma Productions housed at the National Gallery of Canada?
The chance discovery of works by Helen Kalvak, Agnes Nanogak Goose, and more—once thought to be lost—spread across three safes in the community of Ulukhaktok, NT, has spurred a new digitization effort.
Tiktak, a Kangiqliniq (Rankin Inlet) sculptor, was the first Inuk artist to have a solo show; his one-man show was a watershed moment in the field of Inuit art, paving the way for the hundreds (if not thousands) of solo shows that followed.