Laakkuluk Williamson Bathory Wins Inaugural Kenojuak Ashevak Memorial Award

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The Inuit Art Quarterly is thrilled to share that Iqaluit, NU-based artist Laakkuluk Williamson Bathory is the recipient of the inaugural Kenojuak Ashevak Memorial Award. Williamson Bathory is an established multi-disciplinary artist whose practice centres on uaajeerneq (Greenlandic mask dance) and also includes acting, curating, drum-dancing, music and writing. Read More

WAG Breaks Ground on Inuit Art Centre

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In a ceremony today, the Winnipeg Art Gallery, Canada’s first and oldest civic art gallery, broke ground on its Inuit Art Centre. Slated for opening in 2020, in conjunction with Manitoba’s 150th birthday, the 40,000-sqft, four-storey Centre will bring to view the world’s largest public collection of contemporary Inuit art. Read More

McMichael Canadian Art Collection Announces New Chief Curator

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The McMichael Canadian Art Collection has named Toronto, ON-based critic and curator Sarah Milroy as its new Chief Curator. “I have been working for some years now with this problem of how to make Canadian art history relevant and fresh for contemporary audiences,” explained the recently appointed Milroy.

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PROFILE: Maureen Gruben

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Spotlight on Emerging Talent

“The smell of moose hide is a very warm, inviting smell. As an Indigenous person, it brings you home [from] wherever you are as there is this connection to the land and the smell of smoke and hide; it’s a very familiar smell.”

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