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Collector's Issue

Welcome to Qaumajuq: The New Inuit Art Centre  

HIGHLIGHTS INCLUDE:

  • A look at the opening ceremony of Qaumajuq with Julia Lafreniere
  • Curator conversation with Dr. Heather Igloliorte, asinnajaq, Kablusiak and Krista Ulujuk Zawadski one year after opening inaugural exhibition INUA
  • Jocelyn Piirainen on Qaumajuq's impact in the art world and the future of Inuit art at WAG-Qaumajuq
  • Marieke Gruwel speaks with Dr. Stephen Borys, Michael Maltzan and Michael Robertson on Qaumajuq’s design
  • Dr. Darlene Coward Wight on the historical journey that led to Qaumajuq
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Your Definitive Online Resource for Inuit Artists

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.

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Current Issue

The Mass Issue  

HIGHLIGHTS INCLUDE:

  • Exploring the tiny and expansive works of installation artist and award-winning sculptor Couzyn van Heuvelen

  • An ode to everything chunky and rotund in Inuit art by Franchesca Hebert-Spence 

  • CBC’s Northern Sessions and the lasting impact of broadcasting Inuktut-language music, written by Corinne Dunphy

  • Exclusive bonus section on the 2022 Arctic Arts Summit—a global gathering of artists, curators and performers in Whitehorse, YK

  • A profile on Iqaluit, NU–based multimedia artist Olivia (Akeeshoo) Chislett, and more!
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Since 1986, the Inuit Art Quarterly has been devoted to advancing and appreciating Inuit and circumpolar Indigenous arts. The back issues of our magazine testify to our focus on connecting readers around the world with the Arctic through the robust and thoughtful writing of Inuit and Indigenous writers. Maybe you’ve misplaced our history-making Nunatsiavut issue; maybe you didn’t subscribe in time to get last quarter’s copy. Either way, we can help.