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14.4_coverVolume 14, number 4

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INUIT WOMEN ARTISTS
Feature: Emily Auger
PREHISTORIC ARCTIC PEOPLES AND THEIR ART
Feature: Robert McGhee
KIAWAK ASHOONA: “I WOULD LIKE TO CARVE MORE ABOUT TODAY’S LIFE”
Focus: John Ayre
ANITA ISSALUK (LAVALEE): “CARVING IS LIKE A PRESERVER OF OUR CULTURE”
Focus: Matthew Fox
“A FEW THINGS IN THE WAY OF CURIOS”: Historic Ivories at the Canadian Museum of Civilization
Curator’s Choice: Maria von Finckenstein
ANITA ISSALUK (LAVALEE): “I took to it like a fish to the sea”
Dealer’s Choice: Alaska Shop Gallery of Eskimo Art
THE INTELLIGENT EYE: THE R.D. BELL COLLECTION OF INUIT ART
Curatorial Notes: Jennifer Cartwright
WORLD OF THE INUIT: THROUGH THE ARTIST’S EYES
Curatorial Notes: Charles Moore
CAPE DORSET/STRATFORD RETURN: ART AND IMAGES 1959-1999
Exhibitions: John Ayre
SPIRIT OF SIBERIA: TRADITIONAL LIFE, CLOTHING AND FOOTWEAR
Books: Niobe Thompson

 

 

14.3_coverVolume 14, number 3

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KEEPING THINGS IN PERSPECTIVE
Editorial: Marybelle Mitchell
THE BEGINNING
Feature: Virginia Watt
A LEGACY OF FEMALE LEADERSHIP
Feature: Ellen Easton McLeod
“WE WOULDN’T BE DOING WHAT WE’RE DOING IT IF IT WEREN’T FOR HIM”
Focus: Various Inuit Artists
CELEBRATING NUNAVUT
Curator’s Choice: Jessica Tomic-Bagshaw
IQQAIPAA: CELEBRATING INUIT ART 1948-1970
Curatorial Notes: Maria von Finckenstein
QAMANITTUAQ DRAWINGS BY BAKER LAKE ARTISTS
Curatorial Notes: Judith Nasby
CREATION AND CONTINUITY: INUIT ART FROM THE SHUMIATCHER COLLECTION
Curatorial Notes: Darlene Coward Wight
THE GASPARKSI AND RIDD COLLECTIONS
Exhibitions: John Ayre
THE ARCTIC SKY: INUIT ASTRONOMY, STAR LORE AND LEGEND
Books: Norman Hallendy

 

 

14.2_coverVolume 14, number 2

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THOUGHTS ON THE BIRTH OF NUNAVUT
Editorial: Various Inuit Artists
THE RANKIN INLET CERAMICS PROJECT Part Two: The Quest for Authenticity and Market Share
Feature: Stacey Neale
NUNAVUT: THE NEWEST MEMBER OF CONFEDERATION
Focus: Marybelle Mitchell and Pat Tobin
JESSIE OONARK: WOMAN IN THE CENTRE
Curator’s Choice: Maureen Flynn-Burhoe
NORTHERN ROCK: CONTEMPORARY INUIT STONE SCULPTURE
Curatorial Notes: Susan Gustavison
THE INUIT SEA GODDESS
Curator’s Notes: Darlene Coward Wight
GUARDIANS OF MEMORY: SCULPTURE-WOMEN OF NUNAVIK
Books: Christine Lalonde
NATIVE NORTH AMERICAN ART
Books: Molly Lee

 

   

14.1_coverVolume 14, number 1

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CRITICAL CONNECTIONS
Editorial: Marybelle Mitchell
RANKIN INLET CERAMICS Part One: A Study in Development and Influence
Feature: Stacey Neale
THOMAS SIVUARAQ: “Carving was a great help to us; we were not able to get money any other way”
Focus: Henry Kudluk
MATHEW AQIGAAQ: “I make carvings of the life we used to lead”
Focus: Henry Kudluk
HENRY ISLUANIK: “I look back and long for the old way of life, but we are moving forward; it cannot be helped”
Focus: Henry Kudluk
MARTINA PISUYUI ANOEE: “They loaded our tent and belongings onto a boat, so we had to go”
Focus: Henry Kudluk
FOUR WORKS FROM KIMMIRUT
Curator’s Choice: Maria von Finckenstein
THE ARCTIC LITHOGRAPH
Curator’s Notes: Jennifer Cartwright and Jessica Tomic-Bagshaw
INUIT ART: AN INTRODUCTION
Books: Janet Catherine Berlo
LOOKING NORTH: ART FROM THE UNIVERSITY OF ALASKA MUSEUM
Books: Janet Catherine Berlo
ZIGZAG: A LIFE ON THE MOVE
Books: Helga G. Zimmerly

 

   
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