Inuit Art Society joins others to keep the Inuit Art Foundation and Inuit Art Quarterly in the black

Keeping a high-quality publication like the Inuit Art Quarterly going is a challenge. Earlier this year the Inuit Art Foundation, the publisher of Inuit Art Quarterly, was looking at a year end budget shortfall. A request for help brought additional funding from over 140 donors. The Inuit Art Society was one of those donors who Read More …

Inuit Studies Conference: Call for papers and proposals

The Inuit Studies Conference will be held at the University of Quebec in Montreal on October 3-6, 2019. The Inuit Studies Conference is an international and multidisciplinary conference showcasing both Inuit traditional knowledge and expertise as well as academic research from a wide variety of disciplines on topics relating to Inuit peoples and the Inuit homeland. The Read More …

Bill Nasogaluak featured at the Inuit Art Society Meeting

Inuit sculptor Bill Nasogaluak will be featured at the 2018 Inuit Art Society Meeting scheduled for October 19-21, 2018, in Traverse City, Michigan. Bill is primarily a sculptor but also makes drawings and paintings in acrylics. Although he has been drawing and painting since he was a child, Bill only became a full-time artist around 1992. Before Read More …

Carving by Eli Sallualu Qinuajua

This 1981 carving by Eli Sallualu Qinuajua from Puvirnituq will be on exhibit at the 2017 IAS annual meeting in Corning, New York. In 1967, our conference guest, Nelson Graeburn, sponsored a contest for artists throughout the arctic to create highly imaginative works that allowed their imaginations “free rein.” The artist who created this work Read More …