Animal skinning in Rankin Inlet
A photograph of two Inuit women skinning an animal in Rankin Inlet, Nunavut in 1979.
Arctic showcase
A photograph of four Inuit people standing in front of sculptures at the opening ceremony for the Arctic Showcase in Traverse City, Michigan in 1981.
Cape Dorset
A photograph of Cape Dorset.
Dog sledding
A photograph of three people being pulled by a dog sled in Rankin Inlet, Nunavut in 1979.
Elder at school in Rankin Inlet
A photograph of an Elder demonstrating how to light and take care of a Kudlik (lamp) which was used for heat, light, cooking and drying, usually using a wick and seal oil for fuel. This was part of a school program where Elders taught students about early practices.
George Arlu
A photograph of artist George Arlu working on a sculpture in Ranklin Inlet, Nunavut in 1979.
Janet Nipi
A photograph of Inuit artist Janet Nipi, wife of Inuit sculptor David Ikutaaq, chiseling rock.
Kananginak Pootoogook
A photograph of Inuk printmaker and sculptor Kananginak Pootoogook working on a print in Cape Dorset.
Osuitok Ipeelee
A photograph of Osuitok Ipeelee standing in front of two sculptures.
Polar bear skin
A photograph of a polar bear skin hanging on a clothesline. A dog and some buildings can be seen in the background.
Rankin Inlet artwork
A photograph of two paintings on the side of a building in Rankin Inlet. The syllabics identify the artist as Silassie.
Rankin Inlet postcard
A postcard from Rankin Inlet addressed to Sandra Bar from "OS", dated July 9, 1986. The front of the postcard shows an outdoor scene featuring three igloos in Rankin Inlet, Nunavut.
Sandra Barz and Inuk craftslady
A photograph of Sandra Barz and an Inuk craftslady wearing wooden snow goggles.
Sandra Barz and friends
A photograph of Sandra Barz with Inuit friends out on sea ice in Rankin Inlet, then in the Northwest Territories (now Nunavut) with a Kamotik (sled) which can be pulled by huskies or a snowmobiles
Seal sculpture
A photograph of a seal sculpture outside the Mark Osterlin Library during its annual "Eskimo Art Exhibit and Sale". The proceeds from the sale of Inuit prints were used to buy art for the library's collection.
Seal sculptures
A photograph of seal sculptures inside the Mark Osterlin Library during its annual "Eskimo Art Exhibit and Sale". The proceeds from the sale of Inuit prints were used to buy art for the library's collection. A man, who might be a librarian, is holding a sculpture and two prints from the Cape Doreset collection can be seen in the background.
Simon Tookoome
A photograph of Utkusiksalingmiut Inuk artist Simon Tookoome standing in front of two unidentified paintings.
Sled dogs resting
A photograph of huskies resting from pulling a sled in Rankin Inlet, Nunavut in 1979.
Stone cutting
A photograph of an unidentified man cutting stone for a stone cut print in Cape Dorset.
Woman working on tapestry.
A photograph of an unidentified woman working on a tapestry in a weaving shop in Pangnirtung.