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Indigenous Peoples Books

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Author: Dr. Nancy CampbellHardcover, 200 pagesMcMichael Canadian Art Collection & Goose Land Editions, 2019bilingual English and Inuktitut, printed in CanadaWinner, 2021 Melva J. Dwyer AwardItee Pootoogook belonged to a new generation of Inuit artists who are transforming and reshaping the creative traditions that were successfully pioneered by their parents and grandparents in the second half of the 20th century.Itee Pootoogook...

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The Trail of Nenaboozhoo and Other Creation StoriesAuthor - Isaac MurdochEdited by Christi BelcourtIllustrations and artwork: Isaac Murdoch and Christi BelcourtSoftcover, 147 pagesEnglish and AnishinaabemowinKegedonce Press, 2020Nenaboozhoo left us many gifts.The Trail of Nenaboozhoo is a remarkable and powerful collection of sacred Ojibwe creation stories that tell of a legendary past in which Nenaboozhoo, the creator spirit of Ojibwe legend,...

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by Dorothy Eber (Author), Bernadette Engelstad (Author), Ingo Hessel (Author), Heather Igloliorte (Author), Zacharias Kunuk (Author), Christine Lalonde (Author), Robert McGhee (Author), David Piqtoukun (Author), Alootook Ipellie (Author), John Ralston Saul (Afterword), Gerald McMaster (Editor)288 pages - softcoverA gorgeous retrospective on the transformation of Inuit art in the 20th century, mirroring the vast and poignant cultural changes in the North.In...

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Greg Hill, Gerald McMaster, Virginia Eichhorn, Alan Corbiere, Crystal Migwans and Ann BeamCarl Beam was a powerful voice in contemporary art in Canada. A key Anishnaabe artist, he drew upon all the cultural resources at the disposal of a contemporary artist. This catalogue, exhibition and tour of fifty magnificent and challenging works by Beam, is the first such opportunity to...

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112 pp., 10 x 9 in.Smyth-sewn casebound, with jacket70 drawings, prints, and photographsIncludes Foreword; Index of Artworks; and Selected Exhibitions, Collections, and Publications Essay and Foreword written in English, French, and InuktitutKenojuak Ashevak was a matriarch of modern Inuit art. Raised on the land in an isolated Arctic community, she went on to break artistic gender barriers, set sales records,...