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The Hunters | Jamesie Taligvat Evaluardjuk Fournier
In this short fictional work illustrated by Yurak, something wicked this way swims…
Eldred Allen Frames Local Elders in a New Light
The Nunatsivut photographer shares a selection of portraits that highlight the important role Elders play in his community of Rigolet.
Nicole Luke Connects the Future of Inuit Nunangat with Inuit-led Architecture
In her multimedia artist project, Luke asks, “Where Are the Inuit Architects?”
What’s Inside Kablusiak’s Surprise Bags?
Kablusiak combines nostalgia and artist multiples in Party City (where you belong).
Glenn Gear’s Love for Symmetry Inspires a Series of Circular Works
How the multidisciplinary artist combined geometrics and animals to create his symmetry series.
Ooleepeeka Eegeesiak Envisions an Alternate Reality for a Livable Planet
Iqaluit artist Ooleepeeka Eegeesiak envisions an alternate reality on a livable planet and emphasizes the importance of our dreams and futurisms as Inuit.
Norma Dunning on Writing Herself Into Her Research
Inuk author’s book on disc numbers took her out of comfort zone.
Shirley Moorhouse Explores New Beginnings Through Poetry and Drawings
The Nunatsiavummiut multimedia artist combines memories and imagination in this illustrated story.
The Significance of Stories in Video Game Research
How Bronson Jacque gathered information from his community to develop his video game on Inuit legends.
How to Design Meaningful Video Game Characters
Nunatsiavut Inuk artist Bronson Jacque explains what it takes to create authentic and multifaceted characters.
Can a Video Game Help Bring Inuit Stories to Life?
Follow Bronson Jacque on his journey into video game development.
Flower Blossoms | Chantal Jung
How one Labrador Inuk artist speaks Indigenous Futurisms and family through digital collage.
Tamaniitugut (We are Here) | Aedan Corey
A queer Inuk artist reflects on Inuit sovereignty in poetry, photography and drawings.
Creating From Both Sides of the Canada-US Border During COVID-19
Maureen Gruben and Sonya Kelliher-Combs undertake a reciprocal artist exchange from home.
Beyond the Gallery