1996:

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The IAF brings to­gether more than 40 artists from across Inuit Nunan­gat to demon­strate their art­work, as well as par­tic­i­pate in work­shops and demon­stra­tions at Qag­giq 1996. Manasie Ak­pali­apik, Thomassie Alikatu­tuk, Martina Anoee, Marilyn Baikie, Norm Cohn, Marie-Hélène Cousineau, Kath­leen Flem­ing, Fred Gruben, Wil­liam Gruben, Leah Id­lout, Phillipa Ik­siraq, Gor­don It­ta­giak, Made­line Ivalu, Mat­tiusi Iyaituk, Nat­siq Kango, Si­las Kayakjuak, John Max Kud­lak, Sime­onie Kun­nuk, Zacharias Kunuk, Floyd Kup­tana, Michael Massie, Shirley Moor­house, Peter Mor­gan, Eli Na­so­galuak, Wil­liam Noah, Phanuelie Pal­luq, Okpik Pit­se­o­lak, Leah Pootoo­gook, An­drew Qap­pik, Pauloosie Quli­ta­lik, Pi­taloosie Saila, Johnny Sivuara­pik, Joseph Suqs­luk, Ron­ald Tay­lor, John Ter­riak and Si­mon Tookoome join Dar­lene Coward Wight, Mau­reen Flynn-Burhoe and the IAF for the fes­tiv­i­ties.

Manasie Ak­pali­apik drum dances at the open­ing of Qag­giq, 1996

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