Inuit Themes in Print Making

The University of Lethbridge Art Gallery has a large collection of works from Inuit artists – from the past and the present. These works of art bring us closer to the Inuit culture as it is now and gives us a better understanding of their history. Click on image to advance slides and learn more.

Supplies List

*Sheet of Plexi-glass (poster size)
Container or tube(s) of print making ink (look for in art supplies store or craft store)
*Brayer (hard rubber)
Insulation Styrofoam – cut into squares smaller than the paper you are working with
Marker (use to outline the contour drawing)
Scrap paper
High quality paper
Apron or art shirt

*Contact the University of Lethbridge Art Gallery if you are in the Lethbridge area as we have these items that you can borrow for your group.

If you have any further questions or want to share your creations, please email Public Programs  (publicprogramsatulethdotca)  .


List of artworks (links to art collection database)
(temporarily unavailable please contact ulag for further info)

<!–1. Arrival of the Sun, Kenojuak Ashevak, 1962
2. Building a Snow House, Pitaloosie Saila, 1980
3. First Spring Tent, Ningeeuga Oshuitoq, 1977
4. Our First Wooden Home, Egevaduq Ragee, 1979
5. Rowing Home, Pitseolak Ashoona, 1980
6. Young Hunter, Kananginak Pootoogook, 1979
7. Kimutsiit, Jamasie Teevee, 1979
8. Three Skidoos, Houses & Planes, Pudlo Pudlat, 1977
9. In Caribou Clothes, Marjorie Esa, 1981
10. Caribou, Keeleemeeoomee Samualie, 1980
11. Naujaq, Kananginak Pootoogook, 1977
12. Narwhal, Aoudla Pudlat, 1980
13. Polar Bears, Peter Pitseolak, 1975
14. Nanulu Timialu, Kenojuak Ashevak, 1979
15. Talelayu Opiitlu, Kenojuak Ashevak, 1979
16. Colorful Sentinel, Kenojuak Ashevak, 1980
17. Summer Owl, Kenojuak Ashevak, 1979–>