THE GRANDE DAME OF KINNGAIT, THIS NORTHERN PRINTMAKER HAS QUIETLY BECOME ONE OF THE MOST HONOURED ARTISTS IN CANADA. more »
Amy Karlinsky has taught school in Baker Lake (Kamanituaq), been the director of the Nunnatta Sunaquatngirt Museum in Iqaluit and has written essays and reviews about many aspects of Inuit Art. She has taught Inuit Art at the University of Manitoba, and her last research trip was to Kinngait in 2003 with the artist Aurora Landin.
Winnipeg is famous for its art fundraisers — posh spreads at the Hotel Fort Garry, the now legendary, wall-to-wall frenzies at aceart, MAWA’s carnivalesque "Dollhouse" where bidding comes under pressure of time, and Platform’s "triple exposure." more »
8 ARTISTS BUILDING BUZZ IN THE WEST. more »
Two intriguing shows in Winnipeg this spring have both been initiated, in part, by the presence of printmaker Lynne Allen, a Tamarind master printmaker, Fulbright scholar, and head of the School of Visual Arts at Boston University. more »