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EDITORIAL

An Exciting Present and a Promising Future
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”
Jennifer Cartwright

FOCUS ON
Theresie Tungilik: Arts Activist
Alena Buis and Sarah E.K. Smith

CURATORIAL NOTES
Ijurnaqtut: Whimsy, Wit and Humour in Inuit Art
Anna Eyler

Sanaugavut: Inuit Art from the Canadian Arctic

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

IN MEMORIAM
Simeonie Amagoalik (1933 – 2011)
Jose Kusugak (1950 – 2011)
Martina Anoee (1933 – 2011)