Art and Galleries

  • 25m 58s

    The Carver Dec 7 1982

    uploaded by: IBC admin

    channel: IBC

    Producer: Iqaluit – Inuit Broadcasting Corporation
    Location: Iqaluit, Nunavut

    Segment 1: Carver Alivaqtu Pitulusi explains about his carving.

    Segment 2: There are throatsongs and other songs sung while colour photos are shown.

    uploaded date: 11-02-2015

  • 35s

    mnemonic memory

    uploaded by: Vanessa

    channel: Vanessa

    Mnemonic Memory
    The city of Chicago is filled with and famous for its numerous public sculptures. Many of theses sculptures are categorized as monuments to persons significant to U.S, Illinois and Chicago history. However, within the public art and public consciousness there is very little representation of the Indigenous history.

    uploaded date: 10-11-2014

  • Warm Up The Ice Cream

    uploaded by: DonaldMorin

    channel: DAMMEDIA

    Still taken by Sylvia Foidl Indians & Dogs Multui media theatre play.   actors Jimy Sidlar and Donald Morin1991, International Pitt Gallery


    WARM UP THE ICE CREAM: An One Act Play By D. Morin

    uploaded date: 25-11-2013

  • 48m 11s

    Northern Scene Festival 2013

    uploaded by: Artcirq

    channel: Artcirq

    Artcirq show at the Northern Scene Festival in Ottawa performed on April 30, 2013 in front of a full house including the Honourable Eva Aariak, Premier of Nunavut and her guests.

    Integral performance from beginning to intermission only.


    uploaded date: 24-10-2013

  • Our Baffinland Atlas

    uploaded by: Ian Mauro


    The Arctic is warming double the global average, decreasing sea ice, making it easier to access and extract mineral and oil resources from the region, and this cumulative climatic and economic change has significant human and environmental health implications for Inuit and their communities. In Nunavut, the proposed Baffinland Iron Mine, at the site of Mary River, is one of the largest industrial developments ever conceived for the Arctic, and will involve year-round shipping of ore across sensitive permafrost, marine ecosystems and regions of cultural significance that have and continue to be used by Inuit. The Our Baffinland project explores Inuit knowledge regarding mining, and shows a walrus and caribou hunting expedition and associated interviews with elders across this landscape. This digital media presentation highlights the complexities of "Arctic Development".


    A production of: Kingulliit Productions Inc.

    Executive Producers: Norman Cohn and Zacharias Kunuk

    Producers: Zacharias Kunuk, Stéphane Rituit, and Ian Mauro.

    Project Managers: Gabriela Gámez, Gillian Robinson and Ian Mauro

    Creative Directors: Zacharias Kunuk and Ian Mauro

    Technology Director and Programmer: John Hodgins

    Designer and Animator: Marc Labelle

    Video and Photography: David Poisey, Jon Frantz, Zacharias Kunuk and Ian Mauro

    Sound: Tobias Haynes

    Editors: Ian Mauro, Jon Frantz, Craig Norris and Carol Kunnuk

    Translators: Carol Kunnuk and Sarah Arnatsiaq

    Research: Ian Mauro


    uploaded date: 12-09-2013