Richard Murdoch takes a closer look at one of the Canadian Eskimo Arts Council’s rejected prints: “Man and Woman Going after Walrus” by Leah Qumaaluk.
Blackfoot and Sámi writer, director, producer and actor Elle-Máijá Tailfeathers’ 2014 film tells the story of her parent’s activism as well as the legacies of intergenerational and familial trauma. Yet, at heart of all of this are forms of radical rebel love.
Through the lens of the 2011 film “Tunniit: Retracing the Lines of Inuit Tattoos,” Writer, producer and director Stacey Aglok revisits the Iqaluit-based filmmakers practice that has become a living, breathing process.
Every fall the Canadian art world ramps up for its premiere auction season, including major auctions of Inuit art. To celebrate, the IAQ team recently sat down to make our picks. Below you’ll find our personal favourites. Beyond the exciting highlights and sure bets, we’ve dug deeper in the catalogues to bring you some works that surprised and delighted us and left us wishing we had an unlimited acquisitions budget. Read More