Tradition and Transformation: Twentieth Century Inuit Art from the Collection of the Hood Museum of Art
This annotated list of web resources may be used to help you and your students learn more about looking at and making meaning from this type of art.
You can learn more about this print by searching online for information on and images of the Canadian Arctic, Puvirnituq, Sarah Joe Qinuajua, Inuit printmaking, stonecut printing, polar bears, arctic foxes, seals, dog sleds, and winter hunting in the Arctic. Online sources are also listed on the museum’s Learn More! page for the exhibition Tradition and Transformation: Twentieth-Century Inuit Art from the Collection of the Hood Museum of Art.
You may also search the collection of the Hood Museum of Art for other Inuit prints, carvings, parkas and amauti, dog sleds, and tools.
The following websites provide information on Inuit art and culture.
These sites provide information on Inuit printmaking.
The following website focuses on small-scale sculpture and models from the Canadian arctic.
The Spirit Wrestler Gallery’s website is a great resource for information about specific Canadian Inuit artists.
These websites contain information about celebrated Canadian Inuit artist Kenojuak Ashevak.
Ipellie, Alootook and David MacDonald, The Inuit Thought of It: Amazing Arctic Innovations. Annick Press, 2007. (Grades 4–8)
This website provides access to and information about more than 100 documentaries and animated films created by and about Inuit peoples.