This spotlight showcases the work of Inuit Futures in Arts Leadership: The Pilimmaksarniq/Pijariuqsarniq Project, a seven-year Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council Partnership Grant project that aims to dramatically increase the number of Inuit and Inuvialuit in leadership positions in all sectors of the arts by providing innovative, hands-on mentoring and training opportunities for students across the North and South. This spotlight presents a selection of the many activities undertaken by the Inuit Futures in Arts Leadership team in collaboration with their partners, mentors, and Ilinniaqtuit (students / learners).
Inuit Futures is proud to be a programming partner for the 2022 Arctic Arts Summit.
Inuit Futures Students Working to Support the Arctic Arts Summit
Get to know the Ilinniaqtuit writing, curating, coordinating and learning alongside the Summit.
Spotlight on Inuit Futures in Arts Leadership
A seven-year program supports mentorship, self-directed learning, and strengthening circumpolar connections.
Inuit Futures Ilinniaqtuit Alumni: Where Are They Now?
Discover how past participants of the program are leveraging their skills in support of their communities.
Inuk Ink at Nordic Lab
An upcoming event series highlights the reclamation of Inuit tattooing practices.
ᐊᖏᕐᕋᒧᑦ / Ruovttu Guvlui / Towards Home
An upcoming exhibition at the Canadian Centre for Architecture celebrates design and building practices among Inuit, Sámi, and other Arctic communities
iNuit Blanche in Photographs
Highlights from a multi-site festival of Inuit art in Montreal.
Discovering Comics with Napatsi Folger
An artist talk on text, image and storytelling.
Pudlo Pudlat: Above the Limits
Inuit Futures Ilinniaqtuk Nakasuk Alariaq collaborates on a year-long exhibition of the iconic artist’s work at La Guilde.
Inuit Futures Residencies
Learn more about the Inuit artists and scholars in residence with Inuit Futures in Arts Leadership: The Pilimmaksarniq/Pijariuqsarniq Project.
Memory Keepers I, II & III
A series of incubators and site-specific projects by GLAM Collective transmits Indigenous knowledge for future generations.
Nagvaaqtavut: What We Found—The Audio Guide for INUA
Insights into Qaumajuq’s inaugural exhibition from Inuit artists, curators, exhibition team members and learners.
Sukun quliaqtuq | Leading the Story Panel
A panel discussion from industry leaders on storytelling, career development, and making art about Invuialuit culture and identity.
Each week, the Arctic Arts Summit Digital Platform spotlights an important region of the circumpolar North or organization working to support Arctic artists and their practices. Spotlights are an exciting introduction to the variety of perspectives across the circumpolar world and we invite you to learn more across the platform.