Inuit Art Quarterly | Line | Spring '23
The Line Issue
How actor and director Reneltta Arluk has changed the face of Indigenous theatre, written by Christopher Morris
An intimate conversation on the resurgence in Inuit traditional tattooing, featuring Maya Sialuk Jacobsen and Krista Ulujuk Zawadski
Leslie Boyd on Pudlo Pudlat’s monumental solo retrospective at the National Gallery of Canada
Jamesie Fournier’s tribute to his late grandfather, master carver Henry Evaluardjuk, and more!
About Inuit Art Quarterly:
As the only national organization dedicated to supporting Inuit artists working in all media and geographic areas, the Inuit Art Foundation has sought to empower and support Inuit artists’ self-expression and self determination, while increasing the public's access to and awareness of artists’ work for more than 31 years.
For over three decades, the IAF's flagship program has been the award-winning Inuit Art Quarterly (IAQ). Focused on the arts and artists of Inuit Nunangat, the IAQ is the only publication dedicated to the advancement and appreciation of Inuit and circumpolar Indigenous arts and is widely considered one of the most significant voices for Indigenous art in the world. The IAQ’s reach includes the print publication, the IAQ Online and the IAQ Profiles.