Learn About Inuit Art
What is Inuit art? Why is it important? Orient yourself in the multiplicity of story-telling and rich cultural history that lives in Inuit art today.
Collections of Inuit art online, for those times when you don't want to (or can't) put on your pants and leave your house.
Inuit Art Icons in Comics
A closer look at the lives of seven iconic Inuit artists, rendered in comic-book form by Associate Editor Napatsi Folger.
Artworks, animations and other creative projects you won't find anywhere else! New artistic output created exclusively for the IAQ by today's Inuit artists.
Animals in Inuit Art
From the wondrous walrus to superb seals and the often polarizing polar bear, these are the animals of Inuit art.
40 Artists to Know
Showcasing 10 artists from each region of Inuit Nunangat, whose work runs the gamut from carving to performance art.
Atiq (Naming Your Soul)
Five artists take an intimate look at an oft-overlooked aspect of Inuit creative life; the way names shape and influence not only identity, but also art.
Women's Legacies in Inuit Art
What are the artistic disciplines that have been almost exclusively occupied by women, and what contributions have they made to the Inuit art world?
20 Carvers to Know
Not your grandma's sculpture! This is your guide to the most exciting carvers working now, from serpentinite and marble to bone, wood and more.
What Gets Lost
The CEAC spent decades prohibiting the sale of "unacceptable" Inuit art to southern audiences. We examine what works were rejected and why.
Public Inuit Art
Find Inuit art everywhere you go. From statues to murals, projections and more, learn where you can find Inuit art on display out in the wide world.
Opening of WAG-Qaumajuq
A closer look at Qaumajuq, the new space at the Winnipeg Art Gallery, and the artwork and artists in inaugural exhibition INUA.
Sculpting the Verse
In recognition of storytelling as an integral part of Inuit art, we've paired Inuktitut poems with stone sculptures that encapsulate the feeling of each poem.
One of only three dedicated weaving studios in the world, how did a world-renowned tapestry collective sprout in Panniqtuuq (Pangnirtung), NU?
The Artists of KAMA
The Kenojuak Ashevak Memorial Award honours the late Kenojuak Ashevak and her tremendous impact on Inuit artists by supporting an artist with $10,000.