Author name: Cindy Carlsson

Do You Have Plans for Your Inuit Art?

IAS Annual Meeting Dennos Museum Center October 16 – 18, 2009 Comments by Bob O’Hara Everyone collects Inuit Art for a variety of reasons. Some are making an investment counting on increasing value over time with […]

Bios – John Houston

Chicago, Illinois USA, Age 32 John is a wilderness and arctic expeditioner, experiential educator, writer, world traveler, cross-country ski racer and fledgling historian. A graduate of Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois, he worked as a wilderness expedition instructor

Bios – Bob O’Hara

Bob O’Hara was a guest speaker at the 2009 IAS Annual Meeting. Bob is a retired secondary school educator in biology and coach. He is still quite active as an athletic official for swimming, track and

Bios – Phil Power

Although Phil, a Michigan native, technically retired when he sold his chain of 64 HomeTown Communications newspapers in 2005, he is still vice chair of the Michigan Economic Development Corp. (MEDC), chair of the state chapter

Bios – Sheila Romalis

Keynote Speaker, IAS 2009 Annual Meeting Just a quick glance over these selections from Sheila’s CV tells you that she has a wealth of experience and knowledge about Greenland’s Inuit and their various art forms. Her

Our Land: Contemporary Art from the Arctic

Exhibit at the Eiteljorg Museum “Our Land is not about museums, governments, agencies, offices, or curators. It is about Inuit artists and their work.” – exhibition catalogue The Eiteljorg Museum of American Indians and Western Art

Bios – Lorne Balshine

Lorne Balshine has been a collector and exhibitor of Inuit art for over 35 years. He was first introduced to Canadian Inuit art by his sister in 1969. He has devoted much of his life to

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