25th anniversary issue of Inuit art quarterly; issued as: Vol. 26, no. 1 (spring 2011).
Title from cover.
IAQ in review is an overview of commentary on eight topics: imagery; promotion and marketing; new artists, new media, new techniques; the sharing of power; international interest; state support of the art; the art of Inuit women; and tools, training, and quarrying; the topics represent the most frequently addressed topics based on a content analysis of 25 years of Inuit art quarterly (IAQ). Each commentary is followed by a list of selected articles related to each topic what were published in IAQ over the last quarter of a century.
Includes bibliographical references and advertiser index.
Photograph captions in English and Inuktitut.
Editorial. Reflecting on 25 years of IAQ [Marybelle Mitchell]. Update. Inuit art collection exhibited in India for the first time New artist residency at Studio PM Cape Dorset print collection showcased in U.S. Second artist residency added Sanattiaqsimajut receives special recognition High Arctic monuments honouring exiled Inuit unveiled Kanuk film premieres of arts festival NACA receives multi-year funding from the government of Canada Cape Dorset artist featured in new documentary. Inuit art quarterly, IAQ in review by Marybelle Mitchell Feature. Imagery [Marybelle Mitchell] New artists, new media, new techniques [Marybelle Mitchell] Promotion and marketing [Marybelle Mitchell] Sharing power [Marybelle Mitchell] State support of the art [Marybelle Mitchell] Tools, training, quarrying [Marybelle Mitchell] International interest [Marybelle Mitchell] The art of Inuit women : anonymous no more [Marybelle Mitchell]. Collection review. Pangnirtung 2010 prints : a pot-stirring collection reviewed by Susan Gustavison. Curatorial notes. Nunavik, north of 60° was at the Winnipeg Art Gallery from October 16, 2010, to April 3, 2011 : notes by curator Darlene Coward Wight. In memoriam. Kananginak Pootoogook (1935-2010) Leslie Boyd Ryan Simon Tookoome (1934-2010).
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