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Inuit Print Gives a Glimpse into Shaman’s Performance
Luke Anguhadluq draws us into the iglu to watch a drum dance.
Stone Owl Sparks Memories of a Successful Hunt
Kyle Natkusiak Aleekuk makes a connection with Osuitok Ipeelee’s Mythical Owl.
Inuit Artists Shine at Governor General Mary Simon's Inauguration
Designers Victoria Okpik and Julie Grenier and performer Elisapie featured at the ceremony.
5 Friendly Inuit Artworks to Send to Your BFF
Artworks that celebrate friendship, kindness and connection.
Building a Photographic Community in a Lockdown?
What keeps Inupiaq artist Brian Adams looking to the future.
Meet the 4 Kenojuak Ashevak Memorial Award Shortlisted Artists
Inuit artists Eldred Allen, Tarralik Duffy, Kablusiak and Couzyn van Heuvelen in the running for $10,000 prize.
Processing Change in a Pandemic Using Photography
How Inuk artist Jennie Williams adapted her practice to document family life indoors.
Why Taqralik Partridge Refocused on Home During COVID-19
An Inuit writer uses photographs to speak to how the pandemic has reinforced her values.
Inuvialuk artist Nanook Gordon Supports Community with the Creation of Native Arts Society
Canada’s first Indigenous two-spirit, trans-led arts gallery to open in Toronto this fall.
How an Inuit Photographer Found Comfort Inside During a Global Pandemic
How Chris P. Sampson reframes his world when home means so much more.
9 Inuit Artists Break World Records at Auction
Staggering sales for sculptures by Oviloo Tunnillie, Elijassiapik and Sheokjuk Oqutaq top the list.
How One Artwork Smashes the Boundary Between Past and Present
Shuvinai Ashoona brings a mythical creature face to face with a modern cell phone.
Your Guide to Some of History’s Biggest Inuit Artists
Learn about the life and career of influential artists Kenojuak Ashevak, Jessie Oonark, Tivi Etok, Agnes Nanogak Goose and Gilbert Hay.
10 Nunavut Artists to Know
Explore the breadth of art-making in Nunavut.
One Drawing that Encompasses a Life
Siassie Kenneally explains the meaning behind her keystone image “All These Things That I Have Seen”.
What Does It Mean to Be a Queer Inuit Artist?
Alice Qannik Glenn, Jenny Irene Miller and Ossie Michelin discuss the intersection between Indigeneity, queerness and art.
How 3 Nunatsiavut Women Artists Contribute to the History of Labrador
Recognizing the artistic legacies of Josephina Kalleo, Garmel Rich and Nellie Winters.
7 Works of Fatherly Love
From hunting to playing and everything in between.
Carving Out Inuit Rights to Quarry Stone
The value of access to quality serpentinite, argillite and steatite for Inuit artists.
10 Inuvialuit Artists to Know
Explore the breadth of artmaking in the Inuvialuit Settlement Region.
Laakkuluk Williamson Bathory Makes Sobey 2021 Shortlist
Third Inuit artist ever to reach the shortlist!
How to Overcome the Erasure of Inuit Identity in Archival Photos
ITK President Natan Obed gives a name to a painful past.
Seeing Myself Reflected in the Ulu of Kiugak Ashoona’s Sculpture
One artwork encapsulates female power and intergenerational teaching for Leanne Inuarak-Dall.
8 Captivating Caribou Creations in Inuit Art
Tuktu—the animal near and deer to our hearts.
Beyond the Gallery
7 More Virtual Inuit Art Exhibitions to Visit
New art-viewing opportunities await.
8 Arctic Landscapes by Inuit Artists
Views of the North from those who inhabit it.
Inuit Art Quarterly Nominated for 7 National Magazine Awards
IAQ recognized for Short Feature Writing, Best Editorial Package, Editor Grand Prix, Publisher Grand Prix and Best Magazine!
An Inuit Art Counternarrative to the Group of Seven's Vision of the Arctic
Reexamining the visual language of the North through the watercolour paintings of Niap and Frederick Varley.
10 Works of Motherly Love
Celebrate the bond between mother and child through Inuit art.
7 Awesome Avian Artworks in Inuit Art
This one is strictly for the birds
4 Circumpolar Indigenous Artists Longlisted for Sobey Art Award
First time in the award’s history that 4 circumpolar Indigenous artists have appeared on a longlist together.
How Nunatsiavut Artists Use Their Work to Fight Climate Change
Protecting water in the community of Rigolet
Linking the Land, Sea and Air in Inuit Sculpture and Poetry
Ningeosiak Ashoona and Uvavnuk show the constant flow of nature that moves them to their core.
Why Are Joe Boats so Expensive?
The enduring popularity of Joe Talirunity’s seafaring sculptures.
Hunting Caribou Through Inuktitut Poetry and Sculpture
Tegoodligak and Osuitok Ipeelee sing for their supper.
6 Notable Works of Narwhal Art
An ode to the unicorn of the sea.
Inuit Poetry and Ceramics that Contemplate Life and Nature
The wind connects works by Tegoodligak, Pierre Aupilardjuk and Leo Napayok.
The Inuk-Woman Power of Musical Multihyphenate Elisapie
Using art to address injustice.
6+ Inuit Seasons in 1 Poem and 1 Sculpture
Martha Nasook and Michael Massie bring the stars in one place to celebrate the return of spring.
Trickster’s Anna Lambe Gets Second Nomination for Best Supporting Actress
Emerging talent proud to represent a young generation of up-and-coming Inuit performers.
INUA Curators Share 4 Favourite Artworks from the Exhibition
A peek at some compelling pieces from Qaumajuq’s inaugural exhibition.
Centring Inuit Perspectives and Culture in INUA’s Exhibition Design
Nicole Luke discusses her design approach to Qaumajuq’s inaugural exhibition.
The Design Behind the Qaumajuq Building
Lead architect Michael Maltzan discusses the journey to creating this one-of-a-kind space.
Nunavut Heritage Centre Receives $490,000 in Additional Funding from NTI
Nunavut-based centre gets one step closer to being built.
INUA Opens to the Public
Doors open on the inaugural exhibition at Qaumajuq, WAG’s new Inuit art centre.
7 Seriously Stellar Seals in Inuit Art
These artworks get our seal of approval!
Why Memory and Painting Are Inseparable for Darcie Bernhardt
Trying to pin down hazy memories with oil paint.
How is Inuk Artist Logan Ruben like Vincent van Gogh?
Colour and texture combine in this emerging painter’s work.
Hannah Tooktoo on Combining Art and Activism
Young painter connects message and medium in her work.
Niap’s Foray into Mural Art
What one Nunavik artist learned after taking painting to a brand new scale.
Beyond the Gallery