2004:

Inuit Art Quarterly - - COLLECTING GUIDE -

The IAF in­vites 50 artists from across Inuit Nunan­gat for the in­au­gu­ral Arts Alive event, which of­fers demon­stra­tions, sem­i­nars and ed­u­ca­tional op­por­tu­ni­ties. Mary Akavak, Ger­maine Ar­nak­tauyok, Adamie Ashe­vak, Keno­juak Ashe­vak, Tony At­sanik, Noah Echalook, Emily Flow­ers, Elis­apee Inukpuk, Jackussie It­tukalluk, Mat­tiusi Iyaituk, Lu­cien Kab­vi­tok, Leesee Karpik, Elsie Klen­gen­berg, Sammy Kudluk, Zacharias Kunuk, Susie Mal­go­kak, Michael Massie, Nakashoo Michael, Bill Na­so­galuak, Imona Nat­si­apik, Ch­es­ley Nib­goarsi, Nuna Parr, Taqra­lik Partridge, Okpik Pit­se­o­lak, Leela Qalingo Anguti­girk, Palaya Qi­at­suq, David Ruben Piq­toukun, Nina Se­ga­lowitz, Kathy Set­tler, Karin Set­tler, Aq jan­ga­juk Shaa, Joshua Sivuara­pik, John Ter­riak, Ala­cie Tul­lau­gaq, Oviloo Tun­nil­lie and Natar Un­galaaq par­tic­i­pate.

LEFT TO RIGHT: Artists and IAF board mem­bers John Ter­riak, Sammy Kudluk, Jackussie It­tukallak, Nuna Parr, Mat­tiusi Iyaituk and Okpik Pit­se­o­lak open Arts Alive, 2004

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