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Published by the Inuit Art Foundation since 1986, the Inuit Art Quarterly is the only full colour art journal devoted to Inuit arts and features articles on well-known and emerging artists, information about current events, and topical columns. An important resource for the study of Indigenous art history, the journal is on collection at numerous libraries and universities across the world.

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FEATURE

Threading Memories

by Krista Ulujuk Zawadski

PORTFOLIO

The New Arctic Cool: 5 Designers to Watch

PROFILE

Darcie Bernhardt

by Emily Henderson

CHOICE

Mark Igloliorte

by Stuart Keeler

Makkuusi Qalingo Angutiggiq

by Lisa Qiluqqi Koperqualuk

LEGACY

Backstitch: investigating the Nunatsiavut Embroidery Tradition

by Genevieve LeMoine and Susan A. Kaplan

CURATORIAL NOTES

Printed Textiles from Kinngait Studios

by Roxanne Shaughnessy

REVIEWS

Kudluajuk Ashoona

by Natalia Esling

Moving with joy across the ice while my face turns brown from the sun

by Karlene Harvey

TRIBUTE

Charlie Panigoniak

Kelly Fraser

Kudluajuk Ashoona

LAST LOOK

Malaya Akulukjuk

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FEATURE

Between Sea and Sky

by Eldred Allen and Robert Kautuk

Seaworthy: Joe Talirunili’s Sculptural Stories

by Norman Zepp

PORTFOLIO

Drawn From Water

CHOICE

Martha and William Noah

by Nadia Kurd

Maureen Gruben

by Jaimie Isaac

PROFILE

Jessica Winters

by Emily Henderson

LEGACY

Soap, Wax and Vinyl: Tracing the Recent History of Inlay in Inuit Art

by Mark London

CURATORIAL NOTES

Inuuqatikka: My Dear Relations

by Nakasuk Alariaq, Linda Grussani and Tamara de Szegheo Lang

COMMUNITY SPOTLIGHT

Rigolet

by Heather Campbell

TRIBUTE

Qaunaq Mikkigak

Kalulu Saggiaktok

Thomassie Tukaluk

LAST LOOK

Mark Emerak

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Fall 2020

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FEATURE

Family Lines

by Kyle Natkusiak Aleekuk

Shorelines

by Sonya Kelliher-Combs and Maureen Gruben

PORTFOLIO

Arctic Remix: 6 Artists Working in Collage

PROFILE

Dayle Kubluitok

by Emily Henderson

CHOICE

Simon Tookoome

by Ashlee Conery

Cup'ik Cribbage Board

by Glenn Gear

LEGACY

Reclaiming Our Names

by Natan Obed

CURATORIAL NOTES

Piujut Arnaqsiutit

by Jessica Kotierk with Napatsi Folger

TRIBUTE

Joseph Illuapik Palluq

Markoosie Patsauq

LAST LOOK

Pia Arke

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IAQ 32.2

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FEATURES

Circumpolar Cinema: 10 Filmmakers to Watch
by Napatsi Folger, Emily Henderson and Evan Pavka

From an Inuk Point of View:Behind the Camera with Isuma
by Sarah Milroy

Between Making and Telling: The Experimental Films of Lindsay McIntyre
by Taqralik Partridge

Vantage Point: Indigenous Art on a Global Stage Exhibiting in Venice
by Heather Igloliorte

Late Works, New Visions: Picturing Kananginak Pootoogook
by Robert Kardosh

Remembering Our Ways: Film and Culture in Iglulik
by Blandina Attaarjuaq Makkik 

LEGACY

Fast Runners and Time Travellers: Visiting the Isuma Archive
by Jessica Kotierk

REVIEWS Akonatsinniittut – Tarratta Nunaanni (Among Us – In the Land of Our Shadows)
by Jocelyn Piirainen

Tia and Piujuq
by Priscilla Naungagiaq Hensley

CHOICE Elle-Máijá Tailfeathers
by Tanya Lukin Linklater

Alethea Aggiuq Arnaquq-Baril
by Stacey Aglok

LAST LOOK
Tanya Tagaq

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Fall 2019

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FEATURE

True to Form:The Printmakers of Kinngait Studios

by Inuit Art Quarterly

PORTFOLIO

What Gets Lost: The Canadian Eskimo Arts Council’s Rejected Prints

INTERVIEW

The Re-collected Images of Joseph Senungetuk

by Melissa Shaginoff

PROFILE

Christopher Blechert

by Evan Pavka

CHOICE

Kananginak Pootoogook and Lukta Qiatsuk

by Jocelyn Piirainen

Keeleemeeoomee Samualie

by Sandra Barz

LEGACY

Indelible Ink: The Enduring Images of Nungusuituq

by Krista Ulujuk Zawadski and Jo Poortenaar

COMMUNITY SPOTLIGHT

Inukjuak

by Janice Grey

Kinngait

by Nakasuk Alariaq

Nain

by Tobey Andersen

Ulukhaktok

by Lisa Alikamik

REVIEWS

ᓲᕕᓇᐃ ᐊᓲᓇ: ᓄᓇᙳᐊᓕᐅᕐᓂᖅ ᓄᓇᕐᔪᐊᙳᐊᓂᒃ

by Esmé Hogeveen

Isuma

by Reneltta Arluk

TRIBUTE 

Aqjangajuk Shaa

Okpik Pitseolak

LAST LOOK

Quvianaqtuk Pudlat

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Spring 2019

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FEATURES

The Teehee Rock

by Heather Campbell

One Old Woman

by Taqralik Partridge

Before Dawn

by Jamesie Fournier

The Nomadic and the Monstrous: The  Stories of Victoria Mamnguqsualuk

by Chris Hampton

Portfolio: Creature Feature

LEGACY

Whispers and Dreams: The Prints of Tivi Etok

by John Geoghegan

PROFILE

Katherine Takpannie

by Ashley McLellan

CURATORIAL NOTES

Mary Yuusipik Singaqti: Back River Memories

by Darlene Coward Wight

REVIEWS

ᐊᕙᑖᓂᑦ ᑕᒪᐃᓐᓂᑦ ᓄᓇᑐᐃᓐᓇᓂᑦ Among All These Tundras

by Julia Skelly

Split Tooth

by Norma Dunning

CHOICE

Alberta Rose W.

by Erin Sutherland

Anne-Birthe Hove

by Laila Lund Altinbas

LAST LOOK

Judas Ullulaq

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FEATURES

Sungaujait: The Links Between Inuit and Venetians


by Krista Ulujuk Zawadski

The Tides That Bind: Art and Activism from Rigolet to Venice


by Jason Sikoak

Iglulik at the Centre: Isuma at the Canada Pavilion


by Megan Kyak-Monteith

INTERIVEWS

Advice for a Young Curator: asinnajaq, Raisa Portengar and Heather Igloliorte


by Jessica Winters

Watch, Learn, Make: Emerging Filmmakers Takes Venice


by Tom McLeod

Circumpolar Sámi Perspectives of the Venice Biennale


by Darice Bernhardt

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Winter 2019

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FEATURE

The Speed of Imagination: The Ceramic Artists of Kangiqliniq

by Shary Boyle

INTERVIEW

Forging Narratives: An Interview with Mathew Nuqingaq

by Ashley Kialbuk-Savard

PORTFOLIO

What Nuna Provides: 10 Contemporary Carvers

CHOICE

Carola Grahn

by Maria Ragnestam

Bronson Jacque

by Evan Pavka

LEGACY

Ukkusisaqtarviq: The Places Where We Find Stone

by Elaine Anselmi

CURATORIAL NOTES

Abadakone | Continuous Fire | Feu continuel

by Rachelle Dickenson and Greg A. Hill

REVIEWS

Mark Igloliorte

by Mireille Eagan

Billy Gauthier: Saunituinnaulungitotluni | Beyond Bone

by Hannah Morgan

TRIBUTE

Etulu Etidloie

Andrea Flowers

Pavinak Petaulassie

LAST LOOK

Shuvinai Ashoona

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IAQ 31.1

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FEATURES

Challenging Convention: The Expressive World of Karoo Ashevak

by Leslie Boyd

Through Water and Ice: The Story of Greenlandic Tupilat

by Sheila Romalis

Crafted from Bone and Ivory: An Interview with Susie Silook

by John Geoghegan

To the Bone: Spirits, Skulls and Stories

LEGACY

A Man of Many Faces: Karoo Ashevak in 35mm

by John Geoghegan

PROFILE

Niap

by Britt Gallpen

CURATORIAL NOTES

raise a flag

by Ryan Rice

REVIEWS

Insurgence/Resurgence

by Krista Ulujuk Zawadski

Padloo Samayualie: North & South

by Angelica Demetriou

CHOICE

Judas Ullulaq

by Darlene Coward Wight

Kenojuak Ashevak

by Melanie Zavediuk

LAST LOOK

Maudie Okkituq

IAQ 31.2

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FEATURES

Skin Stories

Surface Tensions: Maureen Gruben, Sonya Kelliher-Combs and Joar Nango

by Britt Gallpen

Soft Shapes and Hard Mattresses: Sex and Desire in Contemporary Inuit Graphic Art and Film

by Daniella Sanader

Healing Ink: An Interview with Cora DeVos

by John Geoghegan

LEGACY

Sealskin Stencils

by Susan Gustavison

PROFILE

Ooloosie Saila

by John Geoghegan

CURATORIAL NOTES

Annie Pootoogook: Cutting Ice

by Nancy Campbell

REVIEWS

Field Guide: Determined by the river

by Alison Cooley

niigaanikwewag

by Thirza Cuthand

CHOICE

Elisapee Inukpuk

by Asinnajaq

Echo Henoche

by Mark David Turner

LAST LOOK

Tabea Murphy

IAQ 31.3

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FEATURES

Revisiting Annie Pootoogook: The Spirit, the Self and Other Stories

by Caoimhe Morgan-Feir

Uvanga/Self: Picturing Our Identity

by Tarralik Duffy

Cutting Edge: Paper Today

Paper Trail: An Interview with Eric Anoee Jr. on the Early Drawings of Eric Anoee Sr.

by Katherine Pettipas and John Geoghegan

LEGACY

Printed Matters: Unearthing the Ulukhaktok Archive

by Katherine Wabegijig

PROFILE 

Damien Iquallaq

by John Geoghegan

CURATORIAL NOTES

Alootook Ipellie: Walking Both Sides of an Invisible Border

by Christine Lalonde

REVIEWS

Contemporary Native Art Biennial

by Çiğdem Talu 

Nick Sikkuark: A Celebration

by Marshall Webb

CHOICE

Manasiah Akpaliapik and Pudlo Pudlat

by Erik Haites

Josie Pitseolak

by Janet Pitsiulaaq Brewster

LAST LOOK

Lucy Tasseor Tutsweetok

 

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FEATURES

Snap! Crackle! Inuit Pop Art!

by Cass Gardiner

ᓂᐅᕕᕐᕕᒃ: Inuit Art, Design and the Digital Economy

by Gabrielle Montpetit

Points of Return: A Conversation with Kablusiak and Jesse Tungilik

by Clayton Windatt

 Group Effort: Collaborative Works

LEGACY

Inuit Art at Expo ’70

by John Geoghegan

PROFILE

Megan Kyak-Monteith

by Britt Gallpen

CURATORIAL NOTES

Illirijavut: Our values that are precious

by Kathryn Delaney with Qumaq Mangiuk Iyaituk

REVIEWS

Tunirrusiangit: Kenojuak Ashevak and Tim Pitsiulak

by Lisa Myers 

Getting Under Our Skin

by Emily Jolliffe

CHOICE

Brian Jungen and Kenojuak Ashevak

by Yasmin Nurming-Por

Shuvinai Ashoona

by Brad van der Zanden

LAST LOOK

Pudloo Samayualie

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FEATURES

From Quarry to Co-op: The Art of Stone

by John Goeghegan

Subtle Form and Sensitive: The Sculpture of Arviat

by Norman Zepp

The Object Truth: Jamasee Pitseolak’s World of Stone

by Robert Kardosh

Interview: Bart Hanna

by Alysa Procida

NORTHERN HIGHLIGHTS

In the Field: Nunavik Artist Residency

by Mattiusi Iyaituk

COMMENT

Access to Stone

by Jason Jacque

TRIBUTE

Tim Pitsiulak

by Christine Lalonde

REVIEWS

SakKijâjuk: Art and Craft from Nunatsiavut

by Jennifer McVeigh

Earthlings

by Nicole Kelly Westman

COLLECTOR’S CHOICE

Passa Saviardjuk Qavavauk

by Michael Foor-Pessin

CRITIC’S CHOICE

Unidentified Artist

by Christa Ouimet

PROFILE

Jianiva La Page

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FEATURES

Inuit Curators in Conversation

by Heather Campbell, Heather Igloliorte and Jocelyn Piirainen

Looking at Collections: Inuit Art around the World

Museum Encounters of Another Kind: Indigenous Methodologies of Collaboration Lead the Charge

by Julie Nagam

NORTHERN HIGHLIGHTS

In the Field: Illusuak Cultural Centre

by Belinda Webb

COMMENT

On the Museum

by Tanya Lukin Linklater

REVIEWS

Boarder X

by Jenny Western

Picturing Arctic Modernity

by Camille Usher

COLLECTOR’S CHOICE

Bill Nasogaluak

by Esther Sarick

CURATOR’S CHOICE

Janet Kigusiuq

by Wanda Nanibush

PROFILE

Davidee Ningeok

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Fall 2017

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FEATURES

Where We Go From Here: Four Generations and the New Arctic Reality 

by Abraham Anghik Ruben

Tim Pitsiulak: Stories of What Lies Beneath

by Andrew Hunter

Celebrating 30 Years of Supporting Inuit Artists

by Alysa Procida

Authentically Inuit

by Leslie Boyd

Flashback: Jessie Oonark

by Sarah Milroy

30 Artists to Know

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Collecting Inuit Art

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CURATORIAL NOTES

Picturing Arctic Modernity: North Baffin Drawings from 1964

by Norman Vorano

REVIEWS

Canadian and Indigenous Art: 1968 to Present

by Lindsay Nixon

Viva Arte Viva

by Carla Taunton

documenta 14

by Zoë Heyn-Jones

CHOICE

Annie Pootoogook

by Elizabeth Logue

Lizzie Ittinuar

by Rebecca Huxtable

TRIBUTE

Victoria Mamnguqsualuk

Tukiki Manumie

Jack Nuviyak

Miriam Qiyuk

Thomas Webster

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2017 Special Issue Collection Inuit Art

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HIGHLIGHTS INCLUDE:

9 Collecting Trends for 2017

Profiles on collectors from Canada and abroad

Tips for getting started from experts

Advice on authenticity and other resources and more!

 

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Winter 2017

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FEATURES

Kinngait in Scale: Embassy of the Imagination and the Next Generation of Inuit Artists

by Matthew Ryan Smith

Finding Magic: The Future/Ancient of Allison Akootchook Warden

by Priscilla Naunġaġiaq 

Hensley Holthouse

All the Things That I Have Seen: An Interview with Siassie Kenneally

by Patricia Feheley

The Quest for New Arctic Visions: Never Alone (Kisima Ingitchuna) and Indigenous Digital Storytelling

LEGACY

Paving the Way Forward

Tiktak: An Artist and His Work

by John Geoghegan

PROFILE

Jade Nasogaluak Carpenter

by Britt Gallpen

REVIEWS

Carving Home: The Chedoke Collection of Inuit Art

by Caitlin Sutherland

Dorset Seen Catalogue

by Elisha Lim

The Breathing Hole

by Jessica Kotierk

CHOICE

Floyd Kuptana

by Richard D. Mohr

Samonie Toonoo

by Kyra Vladykov Fisher

TRIBUTE

Barnabus Arnasungaaq

Terry Ryan

Mary Yuusipik Singaqti

Samonie Toonoo

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Spring 2016

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FEATURES

Photo Essay Carving on the Land

by RJ Ramrattan

Listening for Sedna: Contemporary Inuit Art and Climate Change

by Alison Cooley

Tallurutiup Tariunga

by Laakkuluk Williamson Bathory

Interview: Jenni Laiti

NORTHERN HIGHLIGHTS

In the Field: Collecting Arctic Footware FOOTWARE

by Elizabeth Semmelhack

TRIBUTE

Patricia Feheley remembers Jutai Toonoo

Tom Webster remembers Jackaposie Oopakak

William Ritchie Remembers Pitseolak Niviaqsi

The IAQ remembers Avrom Isaacs and Peter Murdoch

REVIEWS

Cold Dream: Drawings by Qavavau Manumie

by Tarah Hogue

Rocks, Stones and Dust

by Yasmin Nurming-Por

Floe Edge: Contemporary Art and Collaborations from Nunavut

by Leah Snyder

CURATOR’S CHOICE

Harpoon Counterweight

by Sean Mooney

CRITIC’S CHOICE

Alootook Ipellie

by Gerald McMaster

IAQ 29.2

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FEATURES

The Life of a Drum

by Camille Usher

Tanya Lukin Linklater’s Choreography of Space

by Kari Cwynar

United with the Instrument: Photography, Performance and the Legacy of Pia Arke

by Charissa von Harringa

NORTHERN HIGHLIGHTS

In the Field: Qaggiq Arctic Performing Arts Summit

by Taqralik Partridge

COMMENT

Artists, The Modern Nomad

by Reneltta Arluk

TRIBUTE

Marybelle Mitchell

by Heather Igloliorte

REVIEWS

Change Makers

by John Geoghegan

Going Home Star

by Ellyn Walker

Akunnittinni

by Michelle McGeough

CURATOR’S CHOICE

Papiara Tukiki and Samaiyu Akesuk at the Brooklyn Museum

by Susan Kennedy Zeller

ARTIST’S CHOICE

Tanya Innaarulik

by Beatrice Deer

IAQ 29.3

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FEATURES

At Home in the Studio

Sightlines and Surfaces: The Art of Mark Igloliorte

by Tarah Hogue and Jordan Wilson

A Monumental Saga: Representing and Remembering the High Arctic Relocations

by Amy Prouty

NORTHERN HIGHLIGHTS

In the Field: Thinking at the Edge of the World

by Britt Gallpen

COMMENT

Finding Home

by Joshua Stribbell

REVIEWS

Contemporary Native Art Biennial: Northern Pavilion The Canadian Guild of Crafts

by DJ Fraser

OvilooTunnillie: A Woman’s Story in Stone Winnipeg Art Gallery

by Courtney R. Thompson

Angry Inuk Hot Docs Festival

by Mark David Turner

CURATOR’S CHOICE

Brian Adams

by Julie Decker

CRITIC’S CHOICE

Jesse Tungilik

by Alysa Procida

PROFILE

Isabella Weetaluktuk

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Winter 2016

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FEATURES

A Living Archive: The Photographs of James Andersen

by Jayne Wilkinson

Itee Pootoogook: Drawing on Photographs

by Sandra Dyck

Portfolio: Eye on the Arctic

Six Photographers to Watch

Interview: Jimmy Manning

by Erin Yunes

NORTHERN HIGHLIGHTS

In the Field: Inuit Studies Conference and iNuit blanche

by Beth Kotierk

COMMENT

Giving Photography Its Due

by Jennifer Cartwright

TRIBUTE

Annie Pootoogook

by Jimmy Manning 

REVIEW

Neon NDN: Indigenous Pop-Art SAW Gallery

by Alexandra Nahwegahbow

Ilippunga: The Brousseau Collection Musée national des beaux-arts-du Québec

by Eunice Bélidor

CURATOR’S CHOICE

Arnold Johansen

by Charis Gullickson

ARTIST’S CHOICE

Jennie Williams

by Barry Pottle

PROFILE

Couzyn van Heuvelen

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NORTHERN HIGHLIGHTS

In the Field: Inuit Art Society Conference in Indianapolis, Indiana

by Louis Jungheim, PhD.

TRIBUTE

Darlene Coward Wight remembers Kiugak Ashoona

Robin Laurence remembers Judy Kardosh

CURATOR’S CHOICE

Ikpiarjuk Abstract

by Brian Lunger

COLLECTOR’S CHOICE

Michael Massie and Billy Gauthier

by Chris Bredt and Jamie Cameron

STATE OF THE ART

The Inuit Art Market from 1990 to present

by Mark London

FEATURE

Saimaiyu Akesuk

by Nancy Campbell

Interview: Billy Gauthier

by Christine Lalonde 

The Reception of Contemporary Inuit Art in France Between the 1950s and the early 1970s

by Florence Duchemin-Pelletier 

REVIEW

A New Perspective

by Pamela Meredith

Pudlo Pudlat at the Embassy of Canada in Berlin

by William Huffman

Oh, Canada: Contemporary Art from North North America

by Wayne Baerwaldt

COMMENT

Marks on Prints

by Bill Ritchie, edited by Jane Severs

LAST LOOK

Elisapee Ishulutaq

by Winnipeg Art Gallery

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NORTHERN HIGHLIGHTS

In the Field: NACA

by William Huffman

CURATOR’S CHOICE

Pudlo Pudlat

by Verne Harrison

COLLECTOR’S CHOICE

Iconoclastic Reflections on Collecting Inuit Art

by Ian Lindsey

PROFILE

Jonathan King

by Sarah Milroy

REVIEWS

Pitseolak Ashoona: Life and Work by Christine Lalonde

by Leslie Boyd

Life Among the Qallunaat by Mini Aodla Freeman

by Nancy Campbell

TRIBUTE

Joemie Tapaumgai remembers Omalluk Oshutsiaq

COMMENT

Inuit Worlds

by William Ritchie

LAST LOOK

Venice Biennale May 2015

FEATURES

Elisapee Ishulutaq Today

by Jeanne Randolph

<Remote>Play<Remote>

by Michelle Gay

The Art of Connectivity: Broadband and Nunavut’s Cultural Sector

by Erin Yunes

The Talk: A Place for Inuit Art

by William Huffman

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NORTHERN HIGHLIGHTS

In the Field: SakKijajuk

by Camille Usher

CURATOR’S CHOICE

Michael Massie

by Christine Lalonde

Chris Sampson

by Linda Grussani

Shirley Moorhouse

by Vicky Chaney Gagnon

Grasswork from Rigolet

by Sophie Tremblay-Morisette

COLLECTOR’S CHOICE

George Flowers

by Bob Simms

REVIEWS

Out of Line

by Elyse Portal

Sol

by Alethea Arnaquq-Baril

PILLORIKPUT INUIT: Inuktitut Arias for All Seasons

by Susan Felsberg

TRIBUTE

The Makkovik Craft Council

by Chantelle Andersen

COMMENT

Three Decades of Working with Labrador Inuit Artists

by Herb Brown

LAST LOOK

Ryan Winters

FEATURES

Changes on the Horizon: The Intertwined History of Politics and Art in Nunatsiavut

by Heather Igloliorte

Photo Essay

by Barry Pottle

Interview Speaking of Materials: Four Inuit Artists in Conversation About their Media

by Ossie Michelin

In the Absence of the Co-operative: Labrador Inuit Artists and Southern Art Schools

by Britt Gallpen

Women of Labrador

by Heather Igloliorte

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The Worldly Kenojuak

by Leslie Boyd

Inuktitut Asks

Kenojuak Revisited

by Jean Blodgett

Remembering Kenojuak

Through the Lens

by William Ritchie

The Enchanted Owl

by Jessica Yarrow

Memorial Gathering in Cape Dorset

by Patricia Feheley

The McMichael Celebrates Kenojuak

by Linda Morita

Kenojuak Ashevak Celebrated with Dedication

by Danielle Sachs

The Kenojuak Memorial Fund

The Inuit Art Foundation is Listening!

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FEATURES

The Beat Goes On: Taking the Pulse of the Arts in the North

by Leslie Boyd and Christine Lalonde

Still Life and Quick Wit Interview with Jutai Toonoo

by Beth Kotierk and Jessica Kotierk

Qaggiavuut! Society for Nunavut Performing Arts: A Story of Artistic Dreams and Collaboration

by Laakkuluk Williamson Bathory

Photo Essay: An Inukshuk for India

by Bill Nasogaluak and Koomuatuk Curley

PROFILES

Huvit? Qanuipit? Arts Organizations in the North

by Karen Kilikvak Kabloona 

REVIEWS

A Gift of words. Inuit Elders to Inuit Youth.

by Brenda Jaranuse

Stan Denniston’s Curation Myth

by Betty Ann Jordan

UPDATE

Kenojuak Cultural Centre and Print Shop

Inuit Art Foundation

IN MEMORIAM

Ruby Arngna’naaq (1947-2014)

Noo Atsiaq (1986-2014)

Mary Molyneux Lockhart Robertson (1921-2014)

Nick Sikkuark (1943-2014)

Isaci Etidloie (1972-2014)

Itee Pootoogook (1951-2014)

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NORTHERN HIGHLIGHTS

In the Field: Inuvik

by William Huffman

TRIBUTE

Oviloo Tunnillie

by Robert Kardosh

CURATOR’S CHOICE

Life Writing

by Sandra Dyck

COLLECTOR’S CHOICE

Jonasie Papatsie

by Marnie Schreiber

STATE OF THE ART

A Perfect Storm: 1948-1954 The Genesis of the Modern Inuit Art Market

by Patricia Feheley

COMMENT

Names We Call Home

by Leslie Boyd

FEATURES

Inuit Fantastic Art

by Darlene Coward Wight

Tanya Tagaq

by Andrew Timar

Katajjaq: Interview

by Koomuatuk Curley

REVIEWS

Looking Up: Contemporary Connections with Inuit Art at the Winnipeg Art Gallery

by Jeanne Randolph

Arctic Adaptations: Nunavut at 15 at the 14th International Biennale of Architecture in Venice by Lateral Office, Toronto

by William Huffman

Magnetic North: the Enduring Pull of the North at the TD Gallery at the Toronto Reference Library

by Kalin Dokis

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NORTHERN HIGHLIGHTS

In the Field: Cambridge Bay

by William Huffman

TRIBUTES

Ohotaq Mikkigak

by Jimmy Manning

Wallie Brannen

by Leslie Boyd

CURATOR’S CHOICE

Gilbert Hay

by Mireille Eagan

COLLECTOR’S CHOICE

Samonie Toonoo

by Ed Pien

STATE OF THE ART

Rock, Paper, Scissors: Canadian Inuit Art in the Cold War

by Norman Vorano

COMMENT

Puvirnituq

by Leslie Boyd

FEATURES

Mythical Physical Walrus: A Story Told by Ningeokuluk Teevee

by Leslie Boyd

Kiawak Ashoona: Interview

by Koomuatuk Curley

Whales’ Tails and Other Tales

by Susan Gustavison

REVIEWS

Manasie Akpaliapik at the Art Gallery of Ontario

by Robyn McCallum

Unsettled Landscapes at SITE Santa Fe

by Georgiana Uhlyarik

Nelson Tagoona Presents The Leader’s Triumph at the Martin Family Lounge, York University

by Raj Singh

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EDITORIAL

Reflecting on 25 Years of IAQ

by Marybelle Mitchell

UPDATE

Inuit Art Collection Exhibited in India for the First Time

New Artist Residency at Studio PM

Cape Dorset Print Collection Showcased in U.S.

Second Artist Residency Added

Sanattiaqsimajut Receives Special Recognition

High Arctic Monuments Honouring Exiled Inuit Unveiled

Kunuk Film Premieres at Arts Festival

NACA Receives Multi-Year Funding from the Government of Canada

Cape Dorset Artists Featured in New Documentary

FEATURE

IAQ in Review

by Marybelle Mitchell

REVIEW 

Pangnirtung 2010 Prints: A Pot-Stirring Collection

by Susan Gustavison

CURATORIAL NOTES

Nunavik North of 60

by Darlene Coward Wight

IN MEMORIAM

Kananginak Pootoogook (1935 – 2010)

by Leslie Boyd Ryan

Simon Tookoome (1934 – 2010)

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EDITORIAL

An Exciting Present and a Promising Future

by Heather Igloliorte

UPDATE

Feheley Fine Arts Showcases Iqaluit’s Aayuraa Studio

Kananginak Pootoogook Scholarship Announced

Ulukhaktok Arts Revival

Kicking Caribou Theatre Company Celebrates 15 Years

Inuit Modern Opens at AGO

Robert and Judith Toll Collection Premieres at the Peary-MacMillan Arctic Museum

Inuit Art Symposium at the Art Gallery of Ontario

Carving stone Deposit Evaluation in Nunavut

Abraham Anghik Ruben’s Work Featured in the U.S. and Canada

“Greenlandishness”

Sissons/Morrow Collection of Court Art Shown in Yellowknife

Smithsonian Opens Arctic Studies Center in Alaska

Rankin Gallery Writes its History

Cirqiniq Circus Program Trains Junior Instructors

Alootook Ipellie’s Work in Europe

Ungaluk Program Retreat Reaches Out to “At-Risk” Youth

Pangnirtung Tapestry Concludes European Tour

Work by Inuit Women Artists Exhibited in Montreal

Montreal Museum of Fine Art to Feature Inuit Art in New Quebec and Canadian Art Pavilion

PORTFOLIO

Ruben Anton Komangapik: “When I’m lost in my art – I’m at home”

by Jennifer Cartwright

FOCUS ON

Theresie Tungilik: Arts Activist

by Alena Buis and Sarah E.K. Smith

CURATORIAL NOTES

Ijurnaqtut: Whimsy, Wit and Humour in Inuit Art

by Anna Eyler

Sanaugavut: Inuit Art from the Canadian Arctic

REVIEW

Inuit Prints: Japanese Inspiration – Early Printmaking in the Canadian Arctic

by Susan Gustavison

IN MEMORIAM

Simeonie Amagoalik (1933 – 2011)

Jose Kusugak (1950 – 2011)

Martina Anoee (1933 – 2011)

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Drawing Large in Cape Dorset

by Jessica Newton

REVIEW ESSAY

Inuit Modern: The Samuel and Esther Sarick Collection

by Norman Vorano

PORTFOLIO

Mary Elijassiapik: From One Medium to Another

by Jennifer Cartwright

CURATORIAL NOTES

Lucy Tasseor Tutsweetok at the Art Gallery of Ontario

by Curator Gerald McMaster and Exhibition Designer Ed Pien

REVIEW

Upside Down: Arctic Realities

by Susan Gustavison

IN MEMORIAM

Mark Kalluak (1942 – 2011)

UPDATE

Toronto-Dominion Bank Inuit Art Collection Goes Digital

Nanisiniq History Project Connects Arviat Youth to Their Culture, History

Avataq Publication Receives Design Award

CARFAC and ADAC Debate Artist’s Resale Rights

Donation of Over 200 Inuit Artworks Made to Macdonald Stewart Art Centre

NTI Commissions Monumental Anniversary Sculpture

Piqqusilirivvik Welcomes First Students

Documentary Filmed in Sanikiluaq Does Canadian Film Festival Circuit

Sweet Innovation

Kinngait Studios Releases Special Kananginak Pootoogook Folio

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Not by Art Alone

by Marybelle Mitchell

FEATURE

Inuit Art: Markers of Cultural Resilience

by Heather Igloliorte

FOCUS ON

Uqqurmiut: New Work by Four Pangnirtung Artists

by Kyra Vladykov Fisher

Uuturautiit: Cape Dorset Celebrating 50 Years of Printmaking

by Christine Lalonde

CURATORIAL NOTES

Yua, Spirit of the Arctic: Eskimo and Inuit Art from the Collection of Thomas G. Fowler

by Roslyn Tunis

REVIEW

Stones, Bones, and Stitches: Storytelling through Inuit Art

by Susan Gustavison

UPDATE

Fifty Years of Printmaking

Coca-Cola Made from Stone

Inuit Art Auction Surpasses Last Year’s Sales

IN MEMORIAM

Thomasie Alikatuktuk (1953-2009)

Normee Ekoomiak (1948-2009)

William Gruben  (1952-2009)

Richard Leitch (2009)

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EDITORIAL

Nunavik Art Alive: Another Online Art History in the Works

by Marybelle Mitchell

PORTFOLIO

Itee Pootoogook: A Comfort Level in the Medium

by Jessica Newton

CURATORIAL NOTES

Andrew Qappik: Pangnirtung Memories

by Darlene Coward Wight

Sanattiaqsimajut: Inuit Art from the Carleton University Art Gallery Collection

by Ingo Hessel

REVIEWS

Sanattiaqsimajut: Inuit Art from the Carleton University Art Gallery Collection

Inuit Shamanism and Christianity: Transitions and Transformation in the Twentieth Century

by Nelson Graburn and Susan Gustavison

IN THE WORKS

NunavikArtAlive.ca

UPDATE

Beth Kotierk Receives Virginia J. Watt Award

Ittukalla Brothers Carve Melting Bear

Canadian Museum of Civilization Acquires Hundreds of Prints

Terry Ryan Receives Governor General’s Award

Norman Hallendy Donates Thousands of Photographs

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UPDATE

Nunavut’s Arts & Crafts Sector

WAG Planning $30 Million Inuit Art Centre

Dorset Maskette Discovered

Viviane Gray Retires from Indian and Inuit Art Centre

Scott Polar Research Institute Aims To Reignite English Interest in Inuit Art

A Prison Carving Club

A New Business for Sanikiluaq Women

Theatre Workshop in Inukjuak

Call for Artwork about the Residential School Experience

Pangnirtung Fall Print Collection “Jolts Expectations”

FOCUS ON

Pangnirtung Celebrates 40 Years of Weaving, with files from Deborah Hickman

PORTFOLIO

Germaine Arnaktauyok: An Inner Sight

by Matthew Harrison

CURATORIAL NOTES

Sewing Our Traditions: Dolls of Canada’s North

by Mary Bradshaw and Jennifer Bowen

Kananginak Pootoogook: Celebrating Five Decades of Artistic Achievement

by Ingo Hessel

Kiugak Ashoona: Stories and Imaginings from Cape Dorset

by Darlene Coward Wight

REVIEWS

Tuvaq: Inuit Art and the Modern World

by Susan Gustavison

IN MEMORIAM

Lypa Pitsiulak (1943 – 2010)

Daniel Albrecht (1938 – 2010)

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EDITORIAL

Celebrating Remarkable People

by Marybelle Mitchell

FEATURE

Terry Ryan: A Visionary with a Pragmatic Edge Part One: Sketching a Future

by Patricia Feheley

Charles Gimpel: Early Promotion of Inuit Art in Europe

by Judy Hall

FOCUS

Breaking Ground: Oil Stick Drawings from Cape Dorset

by Michelle Lewin

REVIEW

Before Tomorrow

by Sonia Gunderson

UPDATE

Northern Cultural Workers Meet

Germaine Arnaktauyok Works With Pangnirtung Weavers

National Gallery of Canada Buys Ceramics

New Book Tells Tivi Etok’s Tale

IN MEMORIAM

Meekeeseetee Saila (1939-2008)

Arnaqu Ashevak (1956-2009)

IAQ 24.2

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Anniversaries and Initiatives

by Marybelle Mitchell

FOCUS ON

Arnait Video Productions: Women Telling Their Own Stories

by Sonia Gunderson

FEATURE

Terry Ryan: A Visionary with a Pragmatic Edge Part Two: Hugging the Curving Shore

by Patricia Feheley

PORTFOLIO

Billy Gauthier: Magnetic and Enigmatic

REVIEW

Isuma: Inuit Video Art

by Allan J. Ryan

UPDATE

Holocaust Sculpture Makes Public Debut

Inukjuak Revisited

New Arts Fund in Nunavik 

Nunavut Announces Annual Funding for Artists

IN MEMORIAM

Arnaqu Ashevak (1956-2009)

M.F. (Budd) Feheley (1917-2009)

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EDITORIAL

Quite a Journey Indeed

by Marybelle Mitchell

FOCUS ON

Transformations at the Art Gallery of Ontario

by Marshall Webb

Briefly Replacing Terry Ryan

by Robert Patterson

FEATURE

Transcending the Particular: Feminist Vision in the Sculpture of Oviloo Tunnillie

by Robert Kardosh

CURATORIAL NOTES

The Art of Transformation: The Fantastic in Inuit and Northwest Coast Art

by Wendy Moir

REVIEW

The Sea Woman: Sedna in Inuit Shamanism and Art in the Eastern Arctic

by Susan Gustavison

UPDATE

National Acclaim for Natar Ungalaaq

Nunavut Training Program Wins National Award

IN MEMORIAM

M.F. (Budd) Feheley (1917-2009)

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EDITORIAL

Embracing and Resisting Change

by Marybelle Mitchell

INTERVIEW

Curating an Exhibition about Inuit Residential School Survivors: An Interview with Heather Igloliorte

by Linda Grussani

CURATORIAL NOTES

Noise Ghost: Shuvinai Ashoona and Shary Boyle

by Nancy Campbell

Shuvinai Ashoona Drawings

by Sandra Dyck

IAQ PORTFOLIO

Ningeokuluk Teevee: “A Very Fine Graphic Sensibility”

BOOK REVIEW

Tukiliit: An Introduction to Inuksuit and other Stone Figures of the North

by John MacDonald

Inuit Dolls of the Kivalliq

by Susan Gustavison

UPDATE

Annie Pootoogook in New York

Inuit Art Takes Flight at the National Gallery of Canada

A Week of Celebration in Cape Dorset

IN MEMORIAM

Pauta Saila (1916–2009)

William Dennis Hillman (1946–2009)

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Some New Things

by Marybelle Mitchell

FOCUS ON

Jamasie Pitseolak: Coming From Today

by Norman Vorano

PORTFOLIO

Floyd Kuptana: Reinventing Myths

REVIEW

Cape Dorset Annual Print Collection 2007

by Dorothy Speak

Annie Pootoogook

by Robert Kardosh

Cape Dorset Prints: A Retrospective – Fifty Years of Printmaking at the Kinngait Studios

by Norman Vorano

UPDATE

Northern Cultural Workers’ Session Launched

IN MEMORIAM

Alootook Ipellie (1951-2007)

Ene Schoeer (1923-2007)

Luke Arnga’naaq (1931-2007)

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Interesting Times

by Marybelle Mitchell

FOCUS ON

On the Occasion of Kenojuak Ashevak’s Receiving of the Governor General’s Award

by Dorothy Speak

Comments on Kenojuak’s Career and the Future of Inuit Art

Interview with Kenojuak Ashevak, Pat Feheley, Jimmy Manning, Marybelle Mitchell, John Price and Joyce Price

FEATURE

Inuit Art and the Limits of Authenticity

by Deborah Root

CURATORIAL NOTES

Nanuit: The Polar Bear in Inuit Art & Not a Trivial Pursuit: Hunting in Inuit Art

by Laura Schneider

REVIEW

Arctic Spirit: Inuit Art From the Albrecht Collection at the Heard Museum

by Jessica Newton

Tony Anguhalluq: Drawings

by David Gordon Duke

UPDATE

Northern Lights

Aboriginal Artefacts to China

Inuit Film at Hot Docs film festival

Vancouver Olympica

Isuma TV

Guide to Cape Dorset Artists

Tanya Tagaq at Luminato Festival Festival

IN MEMORIAM

Peter Paloogahyak Sevoga (1940-2007)

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A Virtual Repatriation of the Art

PORTFOLIO

Timootie Pitsiulak: Detailed and Dynamic Realism

FEATURE

Inuit Men, Erotic Art: Erotic Indecencies… That Need Not Here Be Mentioned

by Norman Vorano

REVIEW

The Harry Winrob Collection of Inuit Sculpture

by Dorothy Speak

Baker Lake Prints

by Susan Gustavison

UPDATE

Northern Cultural Workers Connect with the Southern Inuit Art World

IN MEMORIAM

Elijah Michael (1929-2008)

Jerry Twomey (1915-2008)

Doug Wilkinson (1919-2008)

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It Was Worth Doing

by Leslie Boyd Ryan

FEATURE

Inuit Artists and the Tuberculosis Patients in Hamilton

by Susan Gustavison

The New Generation: A Radical Difference

by Robert Kardosh

REVIEW

In the Shadow of the Midnight Sun: Sami and Inuit Art 2000-2005

by Dorothy Speak

UPDATE

Orchestre Symphonique de Montreal goes to Nunavik

Inuit Art Rediscovered in Toronto

Zacharias Kunuk Awarded Honorary Degree

Nunavut Film Opens Expanded Resource Centre

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A New World Revealed

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FEATURE

The Other Kananginak Pootoogook

by Robert Kardosh

FOCUS ON

The Artist’s Perspective-Survey Shows Materials are Greatest Need

David Ruben Piqtoukun: In Search of a Softer Wind

by Sonia Gunderson

CURATORIAL NOTES

Antler Into Art

by Darlene Coward Wight

UPDATE

Celebrating a Life: An Arctic Cruise in Memory of James Houston

Alice W. Houston

IN MEMORIAM

Luke Anowtalik (1932-2006)

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Talking With Others in the Same Boat

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FOCUS ON

Northern Cultural Workers: Exploring Issues of Common Interest

Bart Hanna: Heart of a Wanderer

by Sonia Gunderson

The Matchbox Gallery: Celebrating its 20th Year as a Community-Based Arts Organization

by Jim Shirley

REVIEWS

Alaska Native Art: Tradition, Innovation, Continuity

by Susan Gustavison

UPDATE

Fighting for the Intangibles

NACA Opens New Gallery

IN MEMORIAM

Enook Manomie (1941-2006)

Enookie Akulukjuk (1943-2006)

Ananaisie Alikatuktuk (1944-2007)

Barbara A. Tyler (1938-2007)

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Janet Kigusiuq Uqayuittuq

by Kyra Vladykov Fisher

FOCUS ON

Baker Lake Renaissance

by David Gordon Duke

Nunavut Arts Festival 2007

REVIEW

The Brousseau Inuit Art Collection Hydro-Québec Gallery, Musée National des beaux-arts du Québec

by Dorothy Speak

UPDATE

Celebrating the 40th Anniversary of Nunavik Co-ops

by Jane George

Provocative Inukshuk Installed in Government Building

Doris McCarthy Funds Awarded

IN MEMORIAM

Mitiarjuk Nappaaluk (1931-2007)

Henry Evaluardjuk (1923-2007)

Nuyaliaq Qimirpik (1937-2007)

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A New Strategy for Developing Inuit Arts: Encouraging and Disappointing

by Marybelle Mitchell

FEATURE

Sanajatsarq: Reactions, Productions, and the Transformation of Promotional Practice

by Heather Igloliorte

FOCUS ON

Shirley Moorhouse: Doing What She Can

by Adrian Larose

Sharing Skills in Dorset

by Adrian Larose

Artists in their Studios

UPDATE

“The North is Our Cuba”

Keeping the Culture Alive

Nunavik Artists Assemble in Ivujivik

Napachie Pootoogook on Brazilian Stamp

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New Ceramics from Rankin Inlet

by Jim Shirley

Zacharias Kunuk: Giving Inuit a Voice

by Sonia Gunderson

Marketing Inuit Art: Notes from the Nunavut Arts Festival in Iqaluit, September 2-9

by Norman Vorano

UPDATE

Waddington’s sets new benchmark for Inuit Art

ROM Opens First Peoples Gallery

POV Opens New Art Studio

Canada Council Helps Inuit Art Groups Develop

REVIEWS

Cape Dorset Sculpture

by Dorothy Speak

CURATORIAL NOTES

Early Masters: Inuit Sculpture 1949-1955 at The Winnpeg Art Gallery

by Darlene Coward Wight

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A Glimpse Behind the Scenes

FOCUS ON

20 Years of IAQ and a brief comparison with, and responses from, two other Indigenous arts magazines

by Janet Catherine Berlo

A Filtered Vision: The World According to Arnaqu Ashevak

by Patricia Feheley

CURATORIAL NOTES

By the Book? At the Carleton University Art Gallery

by Heather Igloliorte

The Festive North at the McMichael Canadian Art Collection

by Karen Williamson

UPDATE

Québec Guild celebrates centennial

Annie Pootoogook Finalist for Sobey Art Award

Inuit Exhibition opens Cultural Olympiad

MAP OF THE CANADIAN ARCTIC

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Marking Time

by Marybelle Mitchell

FOCUS ON

Lukie Airut: Igloolik’s Carving Wizard

by Sonia Gunderson

Introducing the Newest Curator of Inuit Art

by Janet Berlo and Norman Vorano

Metamorphosis: Eleven Artists from Nunavik

by James Sinclair

CURATORIAL NOTES

In the Shadow of the Midnight Sun: Sami and Inuit Art 2000-2005

by Jean Blodgett

UPDATE

NACA and Alianait Organize

Tandem Arts Festivals in Iqaluit

IN MEMORIAM

Davidee Itulu (1929-2006)

Meelia Kelly (1940 -2006)

Mialia Jaw (1934 -2006)

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Ways of Thinking About Inuit Art: Sharing Power

by Marybelle Mitchell

FEATURE

Silver & Stone: The Art of Michael Massie

by Gloria Hickey

REVIEW

Annie Pootoogook

by Marshall Webb

UPDATE

Privacy Concerns Halt Distribution of Inuit Artist Biographies

James Sinclair

Great Northern Art Festival Seeking New Direction

IN MEMORIAM

Aoudla Pudlat (1951-2006)

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Natural Fantasia: The Wonderful World of Nick Sikkuark

by Robert Kardosh

FOCUS

“Where the Light Comes Through”: A Commission in Stained Glass by Kenojuak Ashevak

by Michelle Lewin

Kenojuak Ahsevak: An Ambassador of Art

by Ansgar Walk 

CURATORIAL NOTES

The Power of Dreams

by Darlene Coward Wight

IN MEMORIAM

Marcia Klamer

Lukta Qiatsuq

David Sutherland 

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Natural Fantasia: The Wonderful World of Nick Sikkuark (Part 2)

by Robert Kardosh

FOCUS ON

Saputik Cultural Centre: Resuscitating POV

by James Sinclair

CURATOR’S CHOICE

Archetypes in Stone

by Maria von Finckenstein

REVIEWS

Eskimo Drawings

by Susan Gustavison

UPDATE

Inuit carvers struggle to make a living

National Gallery of Canada prepares exhibit of contemporary Inuit Artists

Nunavut Government creates a carving stone database

Changes to Canada Council’s visual arts grants

Vandalized Yellowknife Courthouse Collection restored

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“Mannaruluujujuq” (Not So long Ago): The Memories of Napachie Pootoogook

by Leslie Boyd Ryan

FOCUS ON

From Products to Consumers: Cultural Workers from Siberia Come to Canada to Learn About Inuit Art

PHOTO COLLAGE

Arts Alive 05 Festival and Cultural Exchange

CURATORIAL NOTES

Selections From the Lowell Schoenfeld and Josephine Mitchell Collection of Inuit Sculpture

by Crystal Parsons

REVIEWS

Uqalurait: An Oral History of Nunavut

by Robert McGhee

UPDATE

Inuit Want to Bring Artefacts Home

Brousseau Museum Closes Doors

Arts Alive 05 Connects Canada and Russia

Nunavut Film in Limbo

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Twenty Years Later

by Marybelle Mitchell

FOCUS

Andrew Qappik’s Contemporary Arctic Visions

by Jane Sproull Thomson & Luke Ratzlaff

Abraham Apakark Anghik Ruben: A View from the Top of the World

by Sonia Gunderson

CURATORIAL

Arctic Spirit: Inuit Art from the Albrecht Collection at The Heard Museum

by Ingo Hessel

REVIEW

The Way of Inuit Art: Aesthetics and History in and Beyond the Arctic

by Dorothy Speak

Napachie Pootoogook

by Jane Sproull Thomson

UPDATE

Great Northern Arts Festival Rebuilds

Rare Collection of Inuit Art Sells Out

New Centre Presents Kivalliq-wide Arts Workshop

William Noah Unveils Installation at MSAC

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Eva Talooki: Her Tribute to Seed Beads, Long-Time Jewels of the Arctic

by Dorothy Harley Eber

FOCUS ON

The Life and Times of Josie Papialuk

by Marybelle Mitchell

CURATORIAL NOTES

Every Picture Tells a Story by Josie Papialuk

by Christine Lalonde

REVIEW

Cape Dorset Annual Print Collection 2003

by Dorothy Speak

IN MEMORIAM

Jimmy Arnamissak

Robert McMichael

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Modern Language: The Art of Annie Pootoogook

by Patricia M. Feheley

FOCUS ON

Elicsapie Isaac: Identity in Hyphens

by Jacques Krzepkowski

FOCUS ON

Eskimos in Advertising, Theme of an Exhibition at the Nunatta Sunakkutaangit Museum

by James Sinclair

CURATORIAL NOTES

NAPACHIE POOTOOGOOK

by Darlene Wight

REVIEW

The Inuit Way in Canada’s Arctic

by Norman Vorano

REVIEW

Arches and Awning: Architecture in the Arctic

by Norman Vorano 

IN MEMORIAM

Graham Rowley

Faye Setler

Doris Shadbolt

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EDITORIAL

From Funky Teapots to Groundbreaking Movies

by Marybelle Mitchell

FEATURE

Creators: Negotiating the Art World for Over 50 Years

by Norman Vorano

BRINGING THE ART TO LIFE INTERVIEWS

Lucien Kabvitok: “I Mediate On it”

by James Sinclair

David Ruben Piqtoukun: Between Two WorldsDAVID RUBEN PIQTOUKUN: BETWEEN TWO WORLDS

by ames Sinclair

Michael Massie: Playing In His Own World

by Sonia Gunderson

Palaya Qiatsuq: Passing on the Knowledge

by James Sinclair

Germaine Arnaktauyok: Visual Insights

by James Sinclair

Zacharias Kunuk: Running Fast to Preserve Inuit Culture

by Sonia Gunderson

Elsie Klengenberg: Keeping the Stories Alive

by Sonia Gunderson

Breaking New Ground: The Graphic Work of Shuvinai Ashoona, Janet Kigusiuq, Victoria Mamnguqsualuk and Annie Pootoogook

by James Sinclair

Abraham Anghik Ruben: Taking a New Run at his Art

by James Sinclair

Arnaqu Ashevak: An Inuk for All Seasons

by James Sinclair

Andrew Qappik, Johnny Aculiak, Jutai Toonoo

by James Sinclair

John Kurok

by Jim Shirley

Bill Nasogaluak: “Inuit Artists Are Part of a Total Overall Community”

by James Sinclair 

Billy Merkosak: Behind the Mask

by Amanda Graham

Manse Akpaliapik: Between the Spiritual and Material

by Ursula Grunder

Joshua Sivuarapik: Framing a Moving Picture

by James Sinclair

Isaac Etidloie: The Strength of Finesse

by Michelle Lewin

Robert Kuptana, Silas Kayakjuak, Kananginak Pootoogook, Looty Pijamini, Pitaloosie Saila, Susie Malgogak, Roger Aksadjuak, Tony Atsanik

by James Sinclair & Jim Shirley

Natan Ungalaaq: Running with NITV

by James Sinclair

Noah Echalook: A Super-Real Carver

by James Sinclair

Oviloo Tunnillie: A Quiet Revolutionary

by James Sinclair

Simon Tookoome: A Life in the Far North

by James Sinclair

Toonoo Sharky: Pushing the Boundaries

by Michelle Lewin

The Nibgorasi Brothers: Thomas, David and Chesley

by James Sinclair

William Gruben: Learning from the Source

by Amanda Graham 

Yao Samgushak: Creative Ceramics Across the Generations

by Jim Shirley

Derrald Taylor, Jutany Attagutaluk

by Jacques Krzepkowski

A TRIBUTE TO KENOJUAK ASHEVAK

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“Believe in Enough To Continue”

by Marybelle Mitchell

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Toonoo’s Legacy: Three Generations of Artists in the Family of Oviloo Tunnillie

by Michelle Lewin

FOCUS ON

Johnny Kataluk

by Patricia Feheley

FOCUS ON

Bone Work from Arviat

by Michael Olson

DEALER’S CHOICE

Stanley Felix

by Harris Gallery

CURATORIAL NOTES

Marion Tuu’luq

by Marie Bouchard

BOOKS

Irene Avaalaaqiaq: Myth and Reality

by Judith Nasby

IN MEMORIAM

Laurent Aksadjuak

Marion Tuu’luq

Free van de Velde

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Business As Usual

by Marybelle Mitchell

FEATURE

Looking Into the Eye of the Spider: Some Thoughts About Context with Reference to Tuugaaq: Ivory Sculptures from he Eastern Canadian Arctic

by Kenneth Lister

FOCUS ON

High Arctic Artists

by Michael Olson

FOCUS ON

Some Aspects of Greenlandic Material Culture: Masks, Tupilaks, Eye-Shields, Amulets and Beads

by Ole G. Jensen

CURATOR’S CHOICE

Uqaamak’s Collection: Historic Ivories: the Canadian Museum of Civilization, Part III

by Maria von Finckenstein

DEALER’S CHOICE

Lukta & Playa Qiatsuk

by Canadian Arctic Gallery

CURATORIAL NOTES

Artists in the Arctic

by Christine Lalonde

BOOKS

Northern Experience and the Myths of Canadian Culture

by Marybelle Mitchell

BOOKS

On Aboriginal Representation in the Gallery

by Marybelle Mitchell

IN MEMORIAM

Minnie Palliser

Nalenik Temela

Paul Toolooktook

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Nunavut Arts and Crafts Association

by Michael Olson

FOCUS ON

Uelen Bone Carving at the Beginning of the Twenty-First Century: Problems and Perspectives

by Mikhail Bronshtein

CURATOR’S CHOICE

Early Ivories from Cape Dorset: Part IV of the Historic Ivories at the Canadian Museum of Civilization

by Maria von Finckenstein

DEALER’S CHOICE

David Ruben Piqtoukun

by Home & Away Gallery

REVIEW

A Northern Passion: Hamilton Collects Inuit Art

by John Ayre

IN MEMORIAM

Napachie Pootoogook

Sharnee Pootoogook

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New Ways of Doing Things

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Mayureak Ashoona

by Patricia Feheley

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Artists from the Western Territory

by Michael Olson

FOCUS ON

Bill Nasogaluak, Masterful Apprentice

by Michael Olson

CURATORIAL NOTES

Private Myths and Public Dreams: Inuit Art and Surrealism

by Jenny McMaster

CURATORIAL NOTES

Tumivut: Traces of our Footsteps

by Louis Gagnon and Charlotte Giguare and Avataq Cultural Institute’s Exhibition Committee

REVIEW

Art Toronto 2001

by Susan Gustavison

DEALER’S CHOICE

Floyd Kuptana

by Maslak McLeod Gallery

IN CONTEXT

The History of My Forefeathers

by Armand Tagoona

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by Marybelle Mitchell

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Avataq Cultural Institute: Keeping Inuit Culture Afloat

by Michael Olson

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Sammy Kudluk: Making a Name for Himself in Acrylic

by Jane George

FOCUS ON

Auctioning Inuit Art

by Susan Gustavison

FOCUS ON

Stirring the Pot: Nunavik Printmaking Workshop – Phase II

by Clare Porteous-Safford and Michael Olson

CURATOR’S CHOICE

Depicting the Inner Reality: A Conversation with Joel Maniapik

by Maria von Finckenstein

DEALER’S CHOICE

Ohio Ashoona

by Eskimo Art Gallery

CURATORIAL NOTES

Bones Beneath

by Darlene Coward Wight

CURATORIAL NOTES

Territories of Mind and Spirit: Land and Space in Inuit Art

by Jenny McMaster

CURATORIAL NOTES

Inuit Art 1950-2000

by Judith Nasby

BOOKS

The Voice of the Natives: The Canadian North and Alaska

by Jose A. Kusugak

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Astonishing Art Can Happen

by Marybelle Mitchell

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The West Baffin Studios

by Dorothy Harley Eber

FOCUS ON

Nuna Parr: A Hunter’s Perspective

by Jennifer Cartwright

FOCUS ON

The Pangnirtung Tapestry Studio Interview with Deborah Hickman, July Papatsie, Peter Wilson

by Michael Olson

FOCUS ON

Atanarjuat The Fast Runner

by Michael Olson & Henry Kudluk

DEALER’S CHOICE

Mona Thrasher

by Northern Images

BOOKS

Sacred Hunt: A Portrait of the Relationship Between Seals and Inuit

by John Ayre

BOOKS

Irene Avaalaaqiaq: Myth and Reality

CURATORIAL NOTES

Amauti: Exploring the Presence of Inuit Women as Subject and as Artist

by Dorothy Farr

CURATORIAL NOTES

Asingit: Inuit Art from the MacDonald Stewart Art Centre

by Judith Nasby

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Connecting Cultures: Canadian Inuit and Siberians

by Marybelle Mitchell

FOCUS ON

Pauktuutit Inuit Women’s Association

by Marika Morris

FOCUS ON

The Inuit Art Foundation

by Michael Olson

CURATOR’S CHOICE

Harry Teseuke, Captain Comer’s Mate: Historic Ivories at the Canadian Museum of Civilization, Part III

by Maria von Finckenstein

DEALER’S CHOICE

Samonie Toonoo

by Feheley Fine Arts

CURATORIAL NOTES

Terra “Cognita”: The Land We Know

by Karen Williamson 

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On Printmaking in Nunavut

by Marybelle Mitchell

FEATURE

Revisiting Nunavik Printmaking

by Clare Porteous-Safford

MEET THE ARTISTS

Victoria Grey

Maggie Kiatainaq

Jusi Sivuarapik

Samwillie Nutaraluk

Elijah Palliser

FOCUS

A Chance Encounter with Simon Tookoome

by Dorothy Harley Eber

Padlaya Qiatsuk: Encouraging Young Carvers to Persevere

by Matthew Fox

CURATOR’S CHOICE

Elisapee Ishulutaq: A Quirky Use of Multiple Perspectives

by Maria von Finckenstein

DEALER’S CHOICE

Ishuaqtuq (Joey) Michael

by Feheley Fine Arts

CURATORIAL

An Inuit Perspective: Baker Lake Sculpture

by Maire Bouchard

Inspirit Crossing: The Making of First Nations and Inuit Art

by Bridget Tracy Tan

BOOKS

Uvajuq: The Origin of Death

by Jeanne L’Espérance

Inuksuit: Silent Messengers of the North

by John MacDonald

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A Foot in the Door

by Marybelle Mitchell

FEATURES

Urban Inuit Artists

by Heather Campbell

Contemporary Traditions in Inuit Art

by Barry Pottle

FOCUS

Peter Palvik: “I’m not surrealistic”

by Kate McCarthy

IN CONTEXT

The Birth of the Cooperative at Holman Island

by Father Henri Tardy, OMI

DEALER’S CHOICE

Robert Kuptana

by Inuit Artists’ Shop

CURATORIAL NOTES

Flights of Fantasy: Kenojuak and Birds

by Linda Grussani

Arctic Realism

by Darlene Coward Wight

Holman: Forty Years of Graphic Art

by Darlene Coward Wight

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It Happened in Canada

Marybelle Mitchell

 

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Contemporary Artists: Toonoo Sharky

Jessica Tomic-Bagshaw

 

FOCUS ON

 

Cultural Ambassador: Alex Alikashuak

Matthew Fox

 

DEALER’S CHOICE

 

Aniline Peelaktoak

 

Inuit Gallery of Vancouver

 

CURATORIAL NOTES

 

Harold Qarliksaq: A Decade of Drawings, 1970-1980

Darlene Coward Wight

 

CURATORIAL NOTES

 

They Storyteller’s Hand: Canadian Inuit Drawings from the Collection of Frederick and Lucy S. Sherman

Judith Nasby

 

CURATORIAL NOTES

 

The Art of Research: Nelson Graburn and the Aesthetics of Inuit Sculpture

Roslyn Tunis

 

IN CONTEXT

 

White Evaluation of the Quality of Inuit Sculpture

Nelson H. Graburn

 

EXHIBITIONS

 

Germain Arnaktauyok: 2000 Print Collection

Dorothy Speak

 

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Visions

Jennifer Cartwright

 

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Saqiyuq: Stories from the Lives of Three Inuit Women

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Inuit Art from a Sculptor’s Perspective

by Mattiusi Iyaituk

FEATURE

Throat Singing: More than a Game

by Taqralik Partridge

FOCUS ON

Jutai Toonoo, Contemporary Carver

by Matthew Fox

FOCUS ON

Inuit Art at the Canada Council Art Bank

by Jennifer Cartwright

FOCUS ON

Kathy Bettler, Throat Singer

by Janet Yates

DEALER’S CHOICE

Georgina R. Broomfield

The Birches Gallery 

CURATOR’S CHOICE

Salomonie Tigulluraq: One of those Unnoticed Artists

by Maria von Finckenstein

CURATORIAL NOTES

Kiakshdk: Images by a Hunter-Artist

by Marie Routledge

CURATORIAL NOTES

Abraham Anghik Ruben

by Darlene Coward Wight

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An Expanding Network of Stone Carvers

by Marybelle Mitchell

FEATURE

Soapstone Carvers of East Africa: Not Isolated and Not Alone

by Howard B. Esbin

FOCUS

Curatorial Collaboration

I. Introduction

by Dorothy Speak

II. Case Study: Interview with Judy Hall, co-curator of Threads of the Land: Clothing Traditions from Three Indigenous Cultures

by Kate McCarthy

III. Case Study: Interview with Sally Qimmiu’naaq Webster, collaborator on Threads of the Land: Clothing Traditions from Three Indigenous Cultures

by Kate McCarthy 

CURATOR’S CHOICE

John Kaunak

by Maria von Finckenstein

DEALER’S CHOICE

Mosha Michael

Guild Shop

CURATORIAL NOTES

Not Just a Pretty Face: Dolls and Human Figurines in Alaska Native Cultures

by Angela Linn

Three Women, Three Generations: Drawings by Pitseolak Ashoona, Napatchie Pootoogook and Shuvinai Ashoona

by Jean Blodgett

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Arctic and Inuit Photography Part One: An Accurate Representation of the World?

by Amy Adams

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Curatorial Collaboration

I. Case Study: Interview with Robert McGhee, Archaeologist at the Canadian Museum of Civilization

by Kate McCarthy

II. Case Study: Interview with Gerald McMaster, Curator in Charge of the First Peoples Hall

by Kate McCarthy

DEALER’S CHOICE

Derrald Taylor

Northern Images

CURATORIAL NOTES

The Raven and the Loon: Inuit Prints and Sculptures from the Chauncey C. Nash Collection

by Maija M. Lutz

Carving an Identity: Inuit Sculpture from the Permanent Collection

by Marie Routledge

Nunavutmiutaniq Elisasiniq: A Tribute to the Peoples of Nunavut

by Rosa Ho

EXHIBITIONS

A Retrospective Look at Cape Dorset Printmaking: Commemorating the 40th Anniversary

by Dorothy Speak

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The Shaman’s Nephew: A Life in the Far North

by Dorothy Speak

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A Subtle Corrective

by Marybelle Mitchell

FEATURE

Arctic and Inuit Photography Part Two: Through the Looking Glass: The Photographs of Robert J. Flaherty and Peter Pitseolak

by Amy Adams

FOCUS

A Winter of Memories

by Dorothy Harley Eber

Curatorial Collaboration: Northern Rock: Contemporary Inuit Stone Sculpture

by Susan Gustavison

Kupapik Ningeocheak

by Ann Tompkins

CURATORIAL NOTES

Sheojuk Etidlooie

by Darlene Coward Wight

REVIEWS

Three Women, Three Generations: Drawings by Pitseolak Ashoona, Napatchie Pootoogook and Shuvinai Ashoona

by Dorothy Speak

Celebrating Inuit Art 1948-1970

by Dorothy Speak

Kenojuak: The Life Story of an Inuit Artist

by Dorothy Speak

Northern Rock: Contemporary Inuit Stone Sculpture

by Dorothy Speak

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Balancing Needs

by Marybelle Mitchell

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Arctic and Inuit Photography Part Three: Contemporary Inuit Photography

by Amy Adams

Simeonie Keenainak: Focused on the Land

by Amy Adams

Jimmy Manning: Cape Dorset Photographer

by Amy Adams

Angus Kaanerk Cockney: The Journey Back, the Journey Ahead

by Amy Adams 

FOCUS

Interview with Photographer Jimmy Manning

by Amy Adams

Curatorial Collaboration Interview with Minnie Aodla Freeman, Author and Collaborator Comments from Three Artist-Collaborators

by Kate McCarthy

DEALER’S CHOICE

Saila Kipanek: A Feeling of Freedom

Arts Induvik

CURATORIAL NOTES

Canadian Inuit Art from Baker Lake: Selections from the Collection of Dr. and Mrs. E. Daniel Albrecht

by Judith Nasby

Dance in Inuit Art

by Patrick Lacasse

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Critical Connections

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Rankin Inlet Ceramics Part One: A Study in Development and Influence

by Stacey Neale

FOCUS

Thomas Sivuaraq: “Carving was a great help to us; we were not able to get money any other way”

by Henry Kudluk

MATHEW AQIGAAQ: “I make carvings of the life we used to lead”

by Henry Kudluk

Henry Isuanik: “I look back and long for the old way of life, but we are moving forward; it cannot be helped”

by Henry Kudluk 

Martina Pisuyui Anoee: “They loaded our tent and belongings onto a boat, so we had to go”

by Henry Kudluk

CURATOR’S CHOICE

Four Works From Kimmirut

by Maria von Finckenstein

CURATOR’S NOTES

The Arctic Lithograph

by Jennifer Cartwright and Jessica Tomic-Bagshaw

PUBLICATIONS

Inuit Art: An Introduction

by Janet Catherine Berlo

Looking North: Art from the University of Alaska Museum

by Janet Catherine Berlo

Zigzag: A Life On The Move

by Helga G. Zimmerly

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Thoughts on the Birth of Nunavut

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The Rankin Inlet Ceramics Project Part Two: The Quest for Authenticity and Market Share

by Stacey Neale

FOCUS

Nunavut: The Newest Member of Confederation

by Marybelle Mitchell and Pat Tobin

CURATOR’S CHOICE

Jessie Oonark: Woman in the Centre

by Maureen Flynn-Burhoe 

CURATOR’S NOTES

Northern Rock: Contemporary Inuit Stone Sculpture

by Susan Gustavison

The Inuit Sea Goddess

by Darlene Coward Wight

PUBLICATIONS

Guardians of Memory: Sculpture-Women of Nunavik

by Christine Lalonde

Native North American Art

by Molly Lee

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Keeping Things in Perspective

by Marybelle Mitchell

FEATURES

The Beginning

by Virginia Watt

A Legacy of Female Leadership

by Ellen Easton McLeod

FOCUS

“We wouldn’t be doing what we’re doing if it weren’t for him”

by Various Inuit Artists

CURATOR’S CHOICE

Celebrating Nunavut

by Jessica Tomic-Bagshaw

CURATORIAL NOTES

Iqqaipaa: Celebrating Inuit Art 1948-1970

by Maria von Finckenstein

Qamanittuaq Drawings by Baker Lake Artists

by Judith Nasby

Creation and Continuity: Inuit Art from the Shumiatcher Collection

by Darlene Coward Wight

EXHIBITIONS

The Gasparksi and Ridd Collections

by John Ayre

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The Arctic Sky: Inuit Astronomy, Star Lore and Legend

by Norman Hallendy

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Inuit Women Artists

by Emily Auger

Prehistoric Arctic Peoples and Their Art

by Robert McGhee

FOCUS

Kiawak Ashoona: “I would like to carve more about today’s life”

by John Ayre

Anita Issaluk (Lavalee): “Carving is like a preserver of our culture”

by Matthew Fox

CURATOR’S CHOICE

“A few things in the way of curios”: Historic Ivories at the Canadian Museum of Civilizatio

by Maria von Finckenstein

DEALER’S CHOICE

Anita Issaluk (Lavalee): “I took to it like a fish to the sea”

by Alaska Shop Gallery of Eskimo Art

CURATORIAL NOTES

The Intelligent Eye: The R.D. Bell of Collection of Inuit Art

by Jennifer Cartwright

World of the Inuit: Through the Artist’s Eyes

by Charles Moore

Cape Dorset/Stratford Return: Art and Images 1959-1999

by John Ayre

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Spirit of Siberia: Traditional Life, Clothing and Footwear

by Niobe Thompson

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Not Just Arctic Animals and Scenes from the Past

by Marybelle Mitchell

FEATURES

Women Helping Each Other

by Matthew Fox

Inuit Art Attracts Cautious New Attention in France

by Cécile Pelaudeix

CURATOR’S CHOICE

John Pangnark

by Maria von Finckenstein

CURATORIAL NOTES

Transitions: Contemporary Canadian Indian and Inuit Art

by Barry Ace

Unikaat/Stories

by Darlene Coward Wight and Dyane Cameron

Pencil to Paper: Early Drawings by Parr

by Christine Lalonde

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Images of Justice

by Desmond Brice-Bennett

Sinews of Survival: The Living Legacy of Inuit Clothing

by Jill Oakes

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Living Cultures, Living Art Forms

by Marybelle Mitchell

FEATURES

Inuit Printmaking: A Surve

by Maria von Finckenstein

Shaping the Future of Aboriginal Curatorial Practice

by Lee-Ann Martin and Morgan Wood

CURATOR’S CHOICE

Davidee Itulu: Following a Graphic Impulse

by Maria von Finckenstein 

CURATORIAL NOTES

Art and Expression of the Netsilik

by Darlene Coward Wight

REVIEWS

Review of Art and Expression of the Netsilik

by Dorothy Speak

COMMUNITY PROFILE

The Netsilik Communities: Excerpts From the Exhibition Guide Book

by Darlene Coward Wight

CURATORIAL NOTES

Germaine Arnaktauyok

by Darlene Coward Wight

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All it Takes is Knowledge, Money and Time

by Mattiusi Iyaituk

FEATURES

Making Art in Nunavik: A Brief Historical Over

by Marybelle Mitchell and Maria von Finckenstein

In Retrospect: Early Inuit Reports on Co-op and Carving Activities in Nunavik

FOCUS

Six Carvers from the East Coast of Hudson Bay

by Matthew Fox, Marybelle Mitchell and Grant Parcher

CURATORIAL NOTES

Dance to the Drum: In Celebration

by Maureen Flynn-Burhoe and Christine Lalonde

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Constructing Cultural Forms of Their Own Choosing

by Marybelle Mitchell

FEATURE

Regenerations: The Graphic Art of Three Young Artists

by Annalisa R. Seagrave

FOCUS

Billie Kukshuk: “I Use Carving as a Way to Defer Things That are Unsettling in Life”

by Simeonie Kunnuk

Lucy Tasseor Tutsweetuk: “I Portray the Old Way of Life, the Period of Change and the New Way of Life

Richard Tutsweetuk: “The Main Thing on My Mind is the Soapstone Supply”

by Simeonie Kunnuk

John Arnalujauk: “What is the Point of Not Using Ivory That is There to Use?”

by Simeonie Kunnuk

CURATOR’S CHOICE

Miriam Qiyuk: Variations on a Theme

by Maria von Finckenstein

EXHIBITIONS

Drawings from the Herman Collection: Western Masterpieces and Inuit Masterpieces

by John Ayre

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by Amy Adams

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Inuit Carvers and Geologists Have a Common Interest: Rock

by Marybelle Mitchell

FEATURE

“Inuit Art is Inuit Art”: Part One

by Marybelle Mitchell

FOCUS

Historic Events and Cultural Reality: Drawings of Simon Shaimaiyk

by July Papatsie

Stanley Felix: “What We Need Right Away is Assistance to Get Better Stone”

by Tracy Brown

Jimmy Arnamissak: “Leaving Something that People Remember You By”

by Simeonie Kunnuk 

Eli Nasogaluak: “I Try to Produced Work that Shows a Lot of Action and Strength”

PUBLICATIONS

The Living Tradition of Yup’ik Masks

by Janet Catherine Berlo

A Legacy of Arctic Art

by Janet Catherine Berlo

Cold Comfort: My Love Affair with the Arctic

by John Ayre

Catalogue Raisonné of the Alaska Commercial Company Collection, Phoebe Apperson Hearst Museum of Anthropology

by Robert McGhee

CONFERENCE

“Imagining the Arctic: The Native People in Alaska, Canada and Greenland”

by Molly Lee

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“Inuit Art is Inuit Art”: Part Two

by Marybelle Mitchell

Faking It: The Appropriation of Culture

by Melanie Scott

FOCUS

Lucy Meeko: “Only the Mind Can Put Something in Motion”

by Simeonie Kunnuk

A Curated Selection of Martha Tickie’s Work

by Maria von Finckenstein

FOCUS

Shirley Moorhouse: “Getting Paid for Something You Love is Pleasure on Pleasure”

by Trudy Metcalfe

CURATORIAL NOTES

Lost Visions, Forgotten Dreams: Life and Art of an Ancient Arctic People

by Patricia Sutherland and Robert McGhee

My Breath, My Song

by Sue Gustavison

Tuktu/Caribou

by Darlene Coward Wight

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Two-Way Learning

by Marybelle Mitchell

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A Curated Selection of Mary Yuusipik’s Work

by Maria von Finckenstein

Nick Sikkuark: “I Do Love the Carvings Themselves”

by Simeonie Kunnuk 

Kenojuak Ashevak: “I Use Felt Pens, Crayons, Pencils and Erasers”

by Simeonie Kunnuk

Simon Tookoome: “Paper is Most Frustrating”

by Simeonie Kunnuk

CURATORIAL NOTES

Out of the Sea: Sculpture and Graphics in the Inuit Art Collection

by Christine Lalonde

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Almost 50 Years of Inuit Art Exhibitions

by Maria von Finckenstein

FOCUS

Curator’s Choice: Noah Echalook and Simeonie Elijassiapik

by Matthew Fox

Peter Murdoch: Pioneer of the Nunavik Co-op Movement

by Matthew Fox 

Johnny Aculiak: “It Seems to Me that Our Culture Will Die Off One Day if We Do Not Keep Carving”

by Henry Kudluk

BOOKS

Ancient People of the Arctic

by Charles A. Martijn

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Following Their Dreams

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The Contemporary Living Art

by Mattiusi Iyaituk, Theresie Tungilik, Natar Ungalaq, Charlie Kogvik, Joseph Suqsluk, William Gruben, John Terriak, Charlie Inukpuk

Igloolik Video: An Organic Response from a Culturally Sound Community

by Kathleen Fleming

Igloolik Videomakers: Paul Aapak, Norman Cohn, Marie-Hélène Cousineau, Susan Avingaq, Simon Quassa, Julie Ivalu, Madeline Ivalu, Jake Kadluk, Paul Qulitaliq, Zach Kunuk

Mary Kunuk: From Printmaking to Computer-Animated Video

by Kathleen Fleming

FOCUS

Mike Massie of Labrador

by Matthew Fox 

PUBLICATIONS

Confessions of an Igloo Dweller

by John Ayre

Our Boots: An Inuit Women’s Art

by Jeanne L’Espérance

EXHIBITIONS

Images of the Land

by Kate O’Rourke

Shamanism in Inuit Art

by Maureen Flynn-Burhoe

IN RETROSPECT

Malaya Akulukjuk – A Tribute

by Deborah Hickman

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Fifty Years Later

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FEATURES

Time Travellers

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An Interview With Qaqaq Ashoona

by Simeonie Kunnuk

The Art of Qaqaq Ashoona

by Christine Lalonde

FOCUS

MARIE-Hélène Cousineau: Videomaker

by Kathleen Fleming

Jimmy Manning’s Cape Dorset

REVIEWS 

Selections From the Collection

by John Ayre

PUBLICATIONS

The Epic of Qayaq: The Longest Story Ever Told By My People

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The Man in the Moon

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All I Had For Hair Was Pink Yarn: A Survey of Doll Art from Alaska and Canada

by Jane B. Schuldberg

FOCUS

Gideo Qauqjuaq: Intimate Sculpture

by Maria von Finckenstein

Aurora College’s Fine Arts Program Dubbed an Eye-Opener

by Matthew Fox 

Getting Past the Oral Tradition

by Marybelle Mitchell

REVIEWS

Imaak Takujavut: Paintings from Cape Dorset

by Christine Lalonde

Jane Kigusiuq: Recent Drawings

by Alison Gillmor

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First Peoples’ Cultural Survival and Control

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Exploring the Fall-Out

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FOCUS

Pauta Saila: “I’ve Been Carving the Whole Time so that My Family Won’t Go Hungry."

by Simeonie Kunnuk

A Curated Selection of Pauta Saila’s Work

by Maria von Finckenstein

Elisapee Inukpuk: “I Enjoy Dollmaking Immensely.”

by Martha Inukpuk-Iqaluk

Martina Anoee: “I Use Inuit Faces as Models.”

by William Qamukaq

Elsie Klengenberg: “I Like to Draw People, Animals, and Little Kids.”

by Joanne McNeal 

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REVIEWS

Head and Face: Selected Views in Inuit Sculpture

by Shannon Bagg

Between Two Worlds: Sculpture by David Ruben Piqtoukun

by Alison Gillmor

PUBLICATIONS

The Northern Copper Inuit: A History

by Janet Catherine Berlo

IN RETROSPECT

Cape Dorset Prints: 1969

by Mary Craig

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A New Model for Inuit Art Exhibitions

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FEATURES

From the Centre: An Examination of the Drawings of Luke Anguhadluq

by Cynthia Cook

Oomingmak in Alaska: The Story of a Yup’ik Eskimo Knitting Shop

by Janet Catherine Berlo 

ARTISTS SPEAK

Silas Qayaqjuq: Wants to Share Ideas With Other Artists

by Simeonie Kunnuk and Matthew Fox

EXHIBITIONS

An Exhibition, A Book and an Exaggerated Reaction

by Janet Catherine Berlo

On Collectors and Collecting: Selections from the Herb and Cece Schreiber Family Collection

by John Ayre

In the Time of the Kayak: Hunting in the Eastern Canadian Arctic

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Ignore the Totem Poles!

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Gift of the Caribou: Peter Morgan

by Louis Gagnon

ARTISTS SPEAK

Judas Ulluaq: “It appears that I will live to be an old man, in which case you’ll still find me carving.”

by Simeonie Kunnuk

SPECIAL FEATURE

Qaggiq ’95 

EXHIBITIONS

Threads of the Land: Clothing Traditions from Three Indigenous Cultures

by Maria von Finckenstein

Transcending the Specifics of Inuit Heritage: Karoo Ashevak in Ottawa

by Cynthia Cook

The Ashoona Family of Cape Dorset

by Alison Gillmor

BOOKS

Carved From the Land: The Eskimo Museum Collection

by Jeanne L’Esperance

IN RETROSPECT

A Peripatetic Trading Post Clerk

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Looking at Art in Context

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How Can We Understand Inuit Art?

by Christine Lalonde

An Introduction to the Arts of the Western Arctic

by Janet Catherine Berlo

Drawing and Printmaking at Holman

by Janet Catherine Berlo

THE ARTISTS

Mary Okheena: Graphic Artist

Six Sculptors: Abraham Anghik, David Ruben Piqtoukun, Rex Goose, Joe Nasogaluak, Angus Kaanerk Cockney, Bill Nasogaluak

by Christine Lalonde

EXHIBITIONS

Cape Dorset Impressions: Inuit Stonecut and Stencil Techniques

by Maria von Finckenstein

TWO NEW VIDEOS

Northern Justice, In the Reign of Twilight

by Marybelle Mitchell

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Getting A Toe in the Door

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FEATURE

The Care and Conservation of Art

by Melanie Scott

Dateline: Baker Lake, NWT (July 1995)

by Zoran Milich

Inuit Woman: Life and Legend in Art

by Darlene Wight 

EXHIBITIONS

Inuit Woman: List and Legend in Art

by Alison Gillmor 

Qamanittuaq (Where the River Widens): Drawings by Baker Lake Artists

by John Ayre

IN RETROSPECT

Paulosie Sivuak Talks  About the Beginning of Carving in Povungnituk

by Marybelle Mitchell

VIEWS 

Inuit Are Inuit

by John Amagoalik

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On Dancing and Other Things

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ARTISTS SPEAK

Three Cousins in Two Worlds

by Reissa Schrager

FEATURE

Protecting Your Art: A Lawyer Interprets Canada’s Copyright Laws

by Lesley Ellen Harris

You Had To Be There

by Patricia Dewar

REVIEWS

In the Shadow of the Sun: Perspectives on Contemporary Native Art

by Janet Berlo

Soapstone and Seed Beads: Arts and Crafts at the Charles Camsell Hospital, A Tuberculosis Sanatorium

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A Woman’s Vision, A Woman’s Voice: Inuit Textile Art From Arctic Canada

by Bernadette Driscoll-Engelstad

ARTISTS SPEAK

Beyond Boundaries

by Carol Bretzloff, Mattiusi Iyaituk, John Tappin, Paul Toolooktook, Lynda Cronin, Harry Semigak, Daniel Kumarluk, Natar Ungalaq, Jim Thomson, Audrey Greyeyes

Beyond Boundaries: The Art

by Photos by Tim Wickens

REVIEWS

From the Centre: The Drawings of Luke Anguhadluq

by Mame Jackson

The Inuit Imagination

by George Swinton

REVIEWS

Contemporary Inuit Drawings: The Gift Collection of Frederick and Lucy S. Herman

by Bernadette Driscoll-Engelstad

Arctic Dreams and Nightmares

by Peter Millard

The Inuit Imagination: Arctic Myth and Sculpture

by Dorothy Speak

IN RETROSPECT

The Sad Tale of the Rankin Inlet Ceramics Experiment 1963 – 1975

by Dave Sutherland

VIEWS

Naming

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Just Plain Common Sense

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Revealing the Truth of the Artist’s Hand

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ARTISTS SPEAK

David Ruben Piqtoukun

by John Ayre

BOOKS

Pelts to Stone: A History of Arts and Crafts Production in Arviat

by Marie Routledge 

EXHIBITIONS

Rankin Inlet Ceramics

by Peter Millard

Inuit Art: A Regional Perspective

by Dorothy Speak

VIDEOS

Video Makers Win Award For Series on Inuit Culture

by Nancy Baele

IN RETROSPECT

Fivecentsiapik: The Little Five Cents

by Marybelle Mitchell

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A Woman to Watch

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Surrealism and Sulijuk: Fantastic Carvings of Povungnituk and European Surrealism

by Amy Adams

ARTISTS SPEAK

The Art of Bart Hanna

by Simeonie Kunnuk

EXHIBITIONS

Meditations on Womanhood: Ovilu Tunnillie

by Peter Millard 

EXHIBITIONS

Arctic Spirit: 35 Years of Canadian Inuit Art, 1959 – 1994

by Peter Millard

Face to Face: Two Exhibitions at the Winnipeg Art Gallery

by George Swinton

Between Worlds

by Amy Karlinsky

Material Issues: The Impact of Regulation on Native Art

by Janet Berlo

BOOKS

Northern Lights: Inuit Textile Art from the Canadian Arctic

by Cynthia Cook

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The People Behind the Art

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ARTISTS SPEAK

Comfortable in Two Worlds

by Ronald Weihs

FEATURE

Will the Language of Inuit Artists Survive?

by Nelson H.H. Graburn

Six Cape Dorset Elders: Kooyoo Ottochie, Pudlo Pudlat, Sheokju Toonoo, Paulassie Pootoogook, Eliya Mungituk, Munamee Shaqu

by Jerry Riley 

REVIEW

George Swinton’s New Sculpture of the Inuit

by Peter Millard

IN RETROSPECT

Imitation Native Art

by Virginia Watt

COMMENTARY

Three Baker Lake Artists Comment on the New Jessie Oonark Arts and Crafts Centre

by Ovilu Goo-Doyle

Twittle – Twattle Low End Merchandise Will Jeopardize the Art 

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Old and New Games

Marybelle Mitchell

 

ARTISTS SPEAK

 

“Time will make you a carver”: An Interview with Pootoogoo Jaw of Cape Dorset

Ovilu Goo-Doyle

 

“Carvings are not just carvings…they tell a story”

Michael Haqpi

 

“Carving was never lost by Inuit”

Michael Haqpi

 

COVER STORY

 

Ululijarnaat or the Entrails Snatcher

Siporah Inuksuk 

 

FEATURE

 

Tauvijjuaq: The Great Darkness

John MacDonald

 

REVIEWS

 

Inuit Art: Tradition and Regeneration

Nancy Gautsche

 

BOOKS

 

Cannibal Tours and Glass Boxes: The Anthropology of Museums

Peter Millard

 

IN RETROSPECT

 

Made in Canada

Virginia Watt



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Getting In Their Shoes

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Ilira, Or Why it Was Unthinkable For Inuit to Challenge Qallunaat Authority

by Rosemarie Kuptana

What Do Labrador Inuit Want?

by Gary Baikie

ARTISTS SPEAK

Natar Ungalaq Talks About His Art and His Goals

by Simeonie Kunnuk

Urgent Problems Discussed By Artists

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Arts From the Arctic: A Celebratory Exhibition

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Strange Scenes – Early Cape Dorset Drawings

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Broadening Our Focus

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Autobiographical Impulses and Female Identity in the Drawings of Napachie Pootoogook

by Janet Catherine Berlo

More than Meets the Eye: The Clothing Motif in Inuit Legends and Art

by Robin McGrath

John Kavik’s Son, Thomas Ugjuk, Speaks About His Father and Himself

by Simeonie Kunnuk

ARTISTS SPEAK

Carving is Healing to Me: An Interview with Manasie Akpaliapik

by John Ayre

REVIEWS

Multiple Realities: Inuit Images of Shamanic Transformation

by George Swinton

The Inuit and Diamond Jenness

by Anne McDougall

IN RETROSPECT

The Canadian Eskimo Arts Council Did Not Limp Onto the Scene

by Virginia Watt

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After the Art Boom, What?: Yupik & Inuit Art: A Resurgence

by Jan Ingram

Jenness on Eskimo Art: Documentation with Sympathy and No Pretension

by Anne McDougall

PEOPLES AND PLACES

Coming Into : Labrador Artists Connect with Their Past and Take Steps Into the Future 

REVIEWS

The Face of Dance, Yupik Eskimo Masks from Alaska

by Kit Lort

Jaco Ishulutaq “Sculptures Choisies 1989-1991”

by Nelda Swinton

1991 Cape Dorset Print Collection

by Marion Jackson

IN RETROSPECT

The Trials and Errors of Lending Art in the Fifties

by Virginia Watt

PROFILE

Susie Bevins “Qimmiqsak” 

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Myth and Reality

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Challenging Long-Cherished Beliefs

by Peter Millard

Nunatsiaqmiut: People of the Good Land

by Alootook Ipellie

The Language of Inuit Art

by Ed McKenna

The Artists Speak: Iyola Kingwatsiak, Kananginak Pootoogook, Jimmy Manning

People and Places: Ovilu Goo-Doyle and Marybelle Mitchell

REVIEWS

In Cape Dorset We Do it this Way

by Dorothy Speak

Sedna: The Making of Myth

by Marybelle Mitchell

PUBLICATIONS

The First Passionate Collector

by Dorothy Speak

Arctic Odyssey: The Diary of Diamond Jenness 1913-1916

by Anne McDougall

Crossroads of Continents: Cultures of Siberia and Alaska

by Frank Valee

CONFERENCES

Museums and First Peoples: Working to Reconcile Competing Interests

by Laurence Grant and Valda Blundell

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What is the Land?

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Quarrying Problems and Carving Factories

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On Quality in Art: Who Decides

by Peter Millard

The Artists Speak: Oviloo Tunnillie and Martha Tickiq

by Peter Millard

Nunatsiaqmiut: People of the Good Land: Part Two

by Alootook Ipellie

Some Recent Work By Women of Baker Lake

by Maria Muehlen 

REVIEWS

Women of the North

by Peter Millard

Indigena: Perspectives of Indigenous People on Five Hundred Years

by Marybelle Mitchell

Drawings and Recent Sculpture

by Maria Muehlen

Two Reviews of Between Two Worlds

by Robin Kitchen and Alootook Ipellie

IN RETROSPECT

Reflecting on Pangnirtung Weaving

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Inuit Souvenir Carvings

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FEATURES

No “Demon” Carvings From Baker Laker Arts and Crafts Centre…Yet

by Marina Devine

A Tiny Arctic World

by Jane Sproull Thomson

The Artists Speak: Theresa Sivanertok, Harry Semigak, Oviloo Tunnillie, Okpik Pitseolak, Davidee Akpalialuk, Uriash Piqiqnak

by Marybelle Mitchell 

REVIEWS

Inuit Art Exhibitions at the Winnipeg Art Gallery

by George Swinton

COMMENTARY

A Response to George Swinton

by David Upton

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The State of the Art

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Inuit Art: A Dynamic Art Form

International Perspectives on Inuit Art

by Jonathan King and Ruth B. Phillips

Inuit Art in Germany

by Werner Zimmerman

History at a Glance

The Eskimo Art Business

by Marybelle Mitchell

The Distribution System for Inuit Art – 1990: Quebec and Northwest Territories, Hudson Bay Company

Government Activity in Inuit Arts and Crafts

by Maria Muehlen

Who Sells Inuit Art, and How?

Dealer Survey

Different Rules for Different Artists

by Av Isaacs

Inuit Art Activity in Public Galleries in Canada

by Dorothy Speak

FOCUS

Crafts Production, A Priority of the Government of the Northwest Territories

Promotional Support for Inuit Art in Quebec

Inuit Art in Labrador

Public Galleries: The Big Eleven

Regulations: Inuit Art Export and Repatriation

Two Facilities for Research: Milestones in Research and Writing

Inuit Art at the University: Inuit Art at Three Canadian Universities and Two American Universities

Teaching Inuit Art in Canadian Schools

The Inuit Art World Directory

Inuit Art at Auction

by Patricia Feheley

The Graburn Bibliography Project

by Nelson Graburn

PROFILE

by Samuel Sarick, Peter Millard, Norman Epstein

REVIEWS

The First Passionate Collector

by George Swinton

Pudlo: Thirty Years of Drawing

by Dorothy Speak

NORTH/SOUTH: Current Issues Facing Museums

FOCUS

Inuit Art at the National Gallery of Canada: Changing Times

by Marie Routledge

Trying to Present the Inuit World to the Non-Inuit World

by Marie Routledge, Leah Inutiq, Marybelle Mitchell

The Nunatta Sunaqutangit Museum: Attempting to Build a Bridge Between Cultures

by Helen Webster

Twenty Years of Researching Inuit Art

by Jean Blodgett

Teaching the Anthropology of Art

by Valda Blundell 

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From the Editor

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Inuit Tradition and Beyond: New Attitudes Toward Art-Making in the 1980s

by Darlene Wight

FOCUS

An Interview with Abraham Anghik

FEATURE

Remembering

Angus Cockney

REVIEWS

Cape Dorset Prints 1990

by Dorothy Speak 

REVIEWS

Masters of the Arctic: Art in the Service of the Earth

by Dorothy Speak

The Art of Manasie Akpaliapik: A Review Essay

by George Swinton

Inuit Sculpture Exhibition

by Frank Vallee

PUBLICATIONS

Pudlo: Thirty Years of Drawing

by Maria Muehlen

IN RETROSPECT

Landmark Exhibition in New York Parish Hall

by Virginia Watt

PROFILE

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Seven Artists in Ottawa: Mattiusi Iyaituk, Charlie Kogvik, Eli Merkuratsuk, Uriash Piqiqnak, Toonoo Sharky, Joseph Suqslak

by Marybelle Mitchell

FOCUS

Two Artists at Banff: Ashevak and Hay

FEATURE

Zacharias Kunuk: Video Maker and Inuit Historian

by Stephen Hendrick 

FOCUS

Pauloosie Karpik’s First Drawings

by H.G. Jones

REVIEWS

Sojourns to Nunavut: Contemporary Inuit Art From Canada

by Frank Vallee

Sananguaq – The Swinton Collection of Inuit Art

by Liz Parkinson

PROFILE

The Young Pauloosie Karpik 

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Kleinburg North and Dorset South: A Working Model

by Libby Hague

Prehistoric Eskimo Art in Labrador

by Jane Sproull Thomson and J. Callum Thomson

REVIEW

Qamanittuaq: The Art of Baker Lake

by Nancy Gautsche

PEOPLE and PLACES

Baker Lake Faces

by Paul von Baich and Marie Bouchard

Mame Jackson: Hoping to Move Beyond Traditional Art Historical Approaches

by Dorothy Speak

IN RETROSPECT

Alice M.S. Lighthall: 1891-1991

by Virginia Watt

PROFILE

Parr 

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Arviat Stone Sculpture: Born of the Struggle with an Uncompromising Medium

by Ingo Hessel

The Power of the Pencil: Inuit Women in the Graphic Arts

by Janet C. Berlo 

REVIEWS

1989 Cape Dorset Annual Graphics Collection

by Kit Lort

COMMENTARY

What’s in a Name: Eskimo or Inuit?

by Bishop John Sperry 

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Speaking for Themselves

by Marybelle Mitchell 

The Public Relations Wrap: What We Can Learn From The Spirit Sings

by Ruth B. Phillips

Who Owns What?: A Lawyer Interprets the New Canadian Copyright Act for Artists, Collectors and Galleries

by Ella M. Agnew 

REVIEWS

Arctic Mirror

by Valda Blundell

The Stone Sculpture of Arviat

by Norman Zepp

Women and Art in Salluit: The Early Sculpture

by Scott Ellis

A Tree on the Tundra

by Kit Lort

Crossroads of Continents: Cultures of Siberia and Alaska

by Mary Jane Lenz 

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Regional Diversity in Contemporary Inuit Sculpture

by Marie Routledge and Ingo Hessel

PEOPLE AND PLACES

Manasie Akpaliapik Talks About “Doing” and Teaching Art

by Robert Lagasse 

REVIEWS

Baker Lake Graphics 1990

by Liz Parkinson

Holman Graphics 1990

by Roger Burford Mason

The Williamson Collection

by Liz Parkinson

PROFILE

Johnny Inukpuk 

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The Influence of Comics on Inuit Art & Literature

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Preserving Our Heritage: Getting Beyond Boycotts & Demonstrations

by Valda Blundell and Laurence Grant

PEOPLE AND PLACES

Spence Bay Has Come a Long Way Against Formidable Odds

by Marybelle Myers 

REVIEWS

Cape Dorset Graphics 1988

by Dorothy Speak 

Pangnirtung Graphics 1988

by Dorothy Speak

Parr: His Drawings

by Werner Zimmerman

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Arctic Memories

by Marybelle Myers 

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Baker Lake Wall-Hangings: Starting from Scraps

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Artists, Weavers, Movers and Shakers

by Beverly Goldfarb

PEOPLE AND PLACES

“Drawing is totally the reverse of the process of carving”: Kenojuak Talks About Art-making

by Cynthia Cook 

REVIEWS

The Sculpture of Sheokjuk Oqutaq

by Cynthia Cook

Ivalu: Traditions of Inuit Clothing

by Nelda Swinton

Inuit Art: An Anthology

by Cynthia Cook 

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Making Art in Baker Lake

by Marie Bouchard

Myth, Murder and Madness: Violence in Inuit Art

by Nancy Gautsche

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Out of Tradition, Abraham Anghik and David Ruben Piqtoukun

by George Swinton

Cape Dorset Print-Making 1959-1989: 30-Year Retrospective

by Kit Lort

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The New Canadian Museum of Civilization: Tapping the Disney World Approach to Success

by Valda Blundell and John Harp 

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A Collection Without Parallel Sees the Light of Day

by Dorothy Speak

Drawing on Inuit

by Charlotte Townsend-Gault

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Holman Island: In Transition

by Geraldine Balzar and John Paskievich

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In the Shadow of the Sun

by Elizabeth Schotten Merklinger

Holman Island Graphics 1989

by Liz Parkinson

Povungnituk Graphics 1989

by Dorothy Speak

Inuit Dolls: Reminders of a Heritage

by Marybelle Mitchell Myers

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Who Will Control? Who Will Pay?

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Different Rules for Different Artists

by Av Isaacs

The Glenbow Affair

by Marybelle Myers

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Cape Dorset Graphics 1987

by Marie Routledge 

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Innerskins/Outerskins: Gut and Fishskin

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Swinton Collection of Inuit Art

by Arthur Adamson

Pangnirtung Graphics 1987

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Maps as Metaphor: One Hundred Years of Inuit Cartography

by Robin McGrath

The Neglected Medium

by Cynthia Cook

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Holman Graphics 1988

by Dorothy Speak 

The Spirit Sings

by Virginia Watt

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Kananginak

by Patricia Feheley

The Williamson Collection of Inuit Sculpture

by Janet Clarke

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The Spirit Sings: Artistic Traditions of Canada’s First Peoples

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It’s Inuit. Where Do You Put It?

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Material as Metaphor in Prehistoric Inuit Art

by Robert McGhee

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Isah Qopakukaluk Talks About Carving & Co-ops

by Aliva Tulugak 

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Baker Lake Prints 1988

by Dorothy Speak

Mythmakers: Davidialuk & Talirunili

by Robert Bilan

Useful Bits of Bone and Ikpiajuk: The Sculpture of Arctic Bay

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Carvingstone, The Foundation of a Northern Economy

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The Living Arctic, Doing What the Spirit Sings Didn’t

by Nelson H.H. Graburn and Molly Lee

The Drawings of Parr: A Closer Look

by Ingo Hessel 

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In Lake Harbour, Carving is a Major Activity

by Marybelle Myers

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The Living Arctic: Hunters of the Canadian North

by Marybelle Myers 

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The Art of Jessie Oonark: Ceremonies of Innocence

by Robert Enright

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Old Master: Oonark

by Marie Bouchard

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Oonark’s Family

by Meeka Walsh

Ancient Eskimo Ivories of the Bering Strait

by Molly Lee 

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Cape Dorset Graphics 1986

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Jessie Oonark, R.C.A., O.C.: Retrospective 1970-1985 Prints, Drawings, Wallhangings

by Marie Bouchard

Hunting in the Arctic

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Handbook of North American Indians, Vol. 5, Arctic

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The Discover of Inuit Art: James A. Houston – Animateur

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Art Investments: Some Important Tax Considerations

by J. E. Arbuckle

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A Conversation with Nutaraaluk Iyaituk

by Marybelle Myers

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Alaska Commercial Company: Commerce & Curios, 1868-1904

by Roy D. Iutzi-Mitchell

Keeveeok Awake! Mamnguqsualuk and the Rebirth of Legend at Baker Lake

by Bente Roed Cochran

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Pitseolak Ashoona: An Unusual Life

by Bente Roed Cochran

Kalvak/Emerak Memorial Portfolio

by George Swinton

Pangnirtung Tapestries

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More Tales From the Igloo

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Copalook

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Inuit Drawings: “Prompted” Art-Making

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How the Time I Spent with the Inuit Influenced My Work

by K. J. (Jack) Butler

Jack Butler: Combining Art and Science

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Pitaloosie Saila Talks About Old Age, Her First Drawing, and Other Things 

by Sharon Van Raalte

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Aggression: Tutuyea Ikidluak of Cape Dorset

by Patricia M. Feheley

Holman Island Graphics 1987

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Victoria Mamngusualuk: Narrative Drawings

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Winnipeg Collections: Inuit Art from Private Collections

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Leaving the Teeth in the Gently Smiling Jaws: Editing Inuit Literature

by Robin McGrath

Rediscovering Inuit Art at York University

by Patricia M. Feheley

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Inuit and Kenyan Artists Share Experiences

by Mary Craig

Winter Olympics Poster Features Tookoome

by Kelly Curwin

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Baker Lake Graphics 1987

by Dorothy Speak

Selections from the Klamer Family Collection

by Amy Karlinsky

Paulatuk: Mythology in Stone and Photographs

by David Sutherland

Povungnituk Graphics 1987

by Werner Zimmerman

The Lindsay & Swartz Collections: New Acquisitions

by George Swinton

Inuit Art: Contemporary Perspectives

by Marybelle Myers 

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Japanese Artists on Inuit Printmaking: Challenge and Response

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Iconoclastic Reflections On Collecting Inuit Art

by Ian Lindsay

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Young Artist: Aliva Tulugak

by Marybelle Myers

Gabe Gély Writes From Eskimo Point

by Gabe Gély 

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Kenojuak: A Retrospective Exhibition

by Elizabeth McLuhan

Holman Island Graphics 1986

by Virginia J. Watt

Inuit Images of Man: Sculpture of Sugluk (1950-59)

by Cheryl Lean

Spirit Sculpture of Eli Sallualu of Povungnituk

by Francis Sparshott

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The Inuit Phenomenon in Art-Historical Research

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A Response to the Japanese Printmakers

by Terry Ryan

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Folk Art? Fine Art?

by Rudolf Arnheim, Terry Ryan, and Sharon van Raalte

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Pure Vision: The Keewatin Spirit

by Duane J. MacMillan

The Spirit of the Land

by Reissa Schrager

The Toronto Dominion Gallery of Inuit Art, Permanent Collection

by Marshall Webb 

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Embroidered & Appliquéd Wall Hangings by Elizabeth Angrnatquaq of Baker Lake

by Reissa Schrager

The Vital Vision: Drawings by Ruth Annaqtuussi Tulurialik

by Margaret Lawrence

Sixty Diminutive Eskimo Carvings

by Nelson Graburn and Molly Lee

North Baffin Drawings

by Gary Michael Dault

Northern Exposure: Inuit Images of Travel

by Harry Winrob

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Why Do They Buy It? Inuit Art Collecting in the Corporate World

by Reissa Schrager

Inuit Art & Canadian Nationalism: Why Eskimos? Why Canada?

by Nelson H.H. Graburn

PEOPLE & PLACES

Young Artist: Paul Irngaut

by Darlene Wight

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Selections from the John and Mary Robertson Collection of Inuit Sculpture

by Dorothy LaBarge 

Special Instillation of Contemporary Inuit Art

by Jean Blodgett

Arnaq: Representation of the Woman in Inuit Art

by Dorota Kozinska

From Drawing to Print: Perception and Process in Cape Dorset Art

by Monique Westra

Povungnituk 1986

by Arne Aullus

Heads & Masks: Selections from the Inuit Collection and Arctic Travel

by Marie Bouchard

Pangnirtung 1986 Graphics Collection

by Marie Bouchard

Baker Lake 1986 Graphics Collection

by Noboru Sawai

Chisel and Brush

by Reissa Schrager 

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