Author name: Cindy Carlsson

Photo of a caribou carved from stone by Inuit Artist Osuitok Ipeelee in the Inuit gallery at the Dennos Museum Center in Traverse City, Michigan in 2007 © Cindy Carlsson at

IAS returns to the Dennos in August!

The Inuit Art Society is pleased to return to the Dennos Museum Center in Traverse City, Michigan, for the 2024 IAS Annual Meeting. Long-time IAS members are likely familiar with the Dennos and its outstanding collection

photo of Wolf Caribou Shaman Transforms into Fish

Transformation Presentation

The April 2023 Virtual Meeting of the Inuit Art Society featured a virtual presentation built around the theme of transformation. See the presentation slides here:  

photo of a drawing of drumming and dancing Inuit

Meet Drew Ann Wake

Drew Ann Wake is an anthropologist and media producer who has spent forty-five years working with Indigenous organizations in the Northwest Territories. She’ll be speaking  at the 2022 Inuit Art Society meeting on September 30th in

photo of film artist Lindsay McIntyre

Meet film artist Lindsay McIntyre

Lindsay McIntyre is a film artist from Edmonton of Inuk/European descent. She holds an MFA in Film and a BFA in Painting and Drawing. She will be speaking at the Inuit Art Society’s Annual Meeting in

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