REFERENCES/FURTHER RESEARCH

The References section is organized according to the Web site sections and provides book and journal article entries cited as well as Internet links to information used to create this site. Also provided is a Further Research component with additional sources for information on subjects related to this site that visitors may find interesting. The list is not intended to be a complete guide to these subjects. The Winnipeg Art Gallery does not endorse or take responsibility for the Web site content of any links from outside of this site. We will do our best to maintain active links but apologize in advance for any that may become inactive.

Index to References/Further Research:


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    Life in Holman Introduction

    • Condon, Richard G. with Julia Ogina and the Holman Elders. Foreword by Nellie Cournoyea. The Northern Copper Inuit: A History. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1996.

    • Wight, Darlene Coward. Holman: Forty Years of Graphic Art. Winnipeg: The Winnipeg Art Gallery, 2001.

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    The Environment

    • Condon, Richard G. with Julia Ogina and the Holman Elders. Foreword by Nellie Cournoyea. The Northern Copper Inuit: A History. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1996.
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    • Hallendy, Norman. Inuksuit: Silent Messengers of the Arctic. Vancouver: Douglas & McIntyre Ltd., 2000.
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    • Helen Kalvak School, Holman
      http://www.beaufortdeltaedu.nt.ca/bsite/Holman.html
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    • The Aurora Page: Information, links and images about the "Northern Lights;"
      Michigan Tech Geological Engineering & Sciences Department
    • http://www.geo.mtu.edu/weather/aurora/

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    Hunting and Fishing

    • Condon, Richard G. with Julia Ogina and the Holman Elders. Foreword by Nellie Cournoyea. The Northern Copper Inuit: A History. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1996.
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    • Gunn, Angus M. Man on the Earth: Canada’s Northland. Toronto: Oxford University Press, 1974.
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    • Helen Kalvak School, Holman
      http://www.beaufortdeltaedu.nt.ca/bsite/Holman.html

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    The Economy

    • Condon, Richard G. with Julia Ogina and the Holman Elders. Foreword by Nellie Cournoyea. The Northern Copper Inuit: A History. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1996.
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    • Helen Kalvak School, Holman
      http://www.beaufortdeltaedu.nt.ca/bsite/Holman.html

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    Transportation

    • Condon, Richard G. with Julia Ogina and the Holman Elders. Foreword by Nellie Cournoyea. The Northern Copper Inuit: A History. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1996.
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    • Helen Kalvak School, Holman
      http://www.beaufortdeltaedu.nt.ca/bsite/Holman.html

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    Communications

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    Spiritual Beliefs

    • Blodgett, Jean. The Coming and Going of the Shaman: Eskimo Shamanism and Art. Winnipeg: The Winnipeg Art Gallery, 1978.
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    • Condon, Richard G. with Julia Ogina and the Holman Elders. Foreword by Nellie Cournoyea. The Northern Copper Inuit: A History. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1996.
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    • Gibson, Jennifer, "The Land, The People, The Art" in Creation & Continuity: Inuit Art from the Shumiatcher Collection. Regina: McKenzie Art Gallery, 1998. (exhibition curated by Darlene Coward Wight).
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    • Helen Kalvak School, Holman
      http://www.beaufortdeltaedu.nt.ca/bsite/Holman.html
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    • Wight, Darlene Coward. Multiple Realities: Inuit Images of Shamanic Transformation. Winnipeg: The Winnipeg Art Gallery, 1993.

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    Clothing and Shelter

    • Condon, Richard G. with Julia Ogina and the Holman Elders. Foreword by Nellie Cournoyea. The Northern Copper Inuit: A History. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1996.
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    • Driscoll, Bernadette. The Inuit Amautik: I Like My Hood to be Full. Winnipeg: The Winnipeg Art Gallery, 1980.
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    • Oakes, Jillian E. Copper and Caribou Inuit Skin Clothing Production. Canadian Ethnology Service. Mercury Series Paper No. 118. Hull, Québec: Canadian Museum of Civilization, 1991.
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    • Wight, Darlene Coward. Holman: Forty Years of Graphic Art. Winnipeg: The Winnipeg Art Gallery, 2001.

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    Music and Dance

    • Arima, A.Y. "The Eskimo Drum Dance." ARCTIC: The Journal of the Arctic Institute of North America, 27, no. 1 (March 1974).
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    • Condon, Richard G. with Julia Ogina and the Holman Elders. Foreword by Nellie Cournoyea. The Northern Copper Inuit: A History. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1996.
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    • Holman/Ulukhaktok [videocassette]. Winnipeg: The Winnipeg Art Gallery, 2001. Direction by Darlene Coward Wight. Videography by Alex Poruchynk.
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    • Jenness, Diamond. The Life of the Copper Eskimos. New York: Johnson Reprint Corporation, 1970.
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    • Wight, Darlene Coward. Holman: Forty Years of Graphic Art. Winnipeg: The Winnipeg Art Gallery, 2001.

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    Recreation

    • Condon, Richard G. with Julia Ogina and the Holman Elders. Foreword by Nellie Cournoyea. The Northern Copper Inuit: A History. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1996.
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    • Helen Kalvak School, Holman
      http://www.beaufortdeltaedu.nt.ca/bsite/Holman/town.htm
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    • Inuit Games and Contests: the Clifford E. Lee Collection of Prints. Introduction by George Swinton. Text by Helen Collison. Edmonton: The University of Alberta Collections, 1978.
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    • Jenness, Diamond. The Life of the Copper Eskimos. New York: Johnson Reprint Corporation, 1970.
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    • Kunnuk, Simeonie. The Nunavut Handbook: Traditional Inuit Games
    • Nortext Multimedia, Inc.
      http://www.arctictravel.com/chapters/gamespage.html
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    • Mary-Fousseliere, Guy. Les Jeux de Ficelle des Arviligjuarmiut. Ottawa: National Museums of Canada, 1969.
    • Patterson, Palmer. Inuit Peoples of Canada. Focus on Canadian History Series. Toronto: Grollier Ltd., 1982.

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    Artists

    • Holman Eskimo Co-operative. Kalvak/Emerak Memorial Catalogue,1987. Text by Bernadette Driscoll.
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    • Holman Eskimo Co-operative. 1968 Print Catalogue.
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    • Klengenberg, Christian. Klengenberg of the Arctic. London: J. Cape, 1932.
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    • Seagrave, Annalisa R. "Regenerations: The Graphic Art of Three Young Arists." Inuit Art Quarterly, 13, no. 4 (Winter 1998): 4-15.
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    • Staples, Annalisa R. & McConnell, Ruth L. Soapstone and Seed Beads: Arts and Crafts at the Charles Camsell Hospital, A Tuberculosis Sanatorium. Edmonton: Provincial Museum of Alberta, 1993.
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    • Tardy, Father Henri. "The Beginnings of the Holman Eskimo Co-op." Inuktitut, (Winter 1979): 68-75.
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    • Wight, Darlene Coward. Holman: Forty Years of Graphic Art. Winnipeg: The Winnipeg Art Gallery, 2001.
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    • "Women’s Work." Adrienne Clarkson Presents. Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, 1997: 60 minutes, telecast nationally on November 12, 1997.

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    Art-Making

    • A Printmaking Glossary
      Electroetch Enterprises
      http://www.electroetch.com/glossary.htm
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    • Berlo, Janet Catherine. "Drawing and Printmaking at Holman." Inuit Art Quarterly, 10, no. 3 (Fall 1995):15-21.
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    • Chapman, Laura H. A World of Images. Massachusetts: Davis Publications, Inc., 1992.
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    • Gustavison, Susan. Arctic Expressions: Inuit Art and the Canadian Eskimo Arts Council 1961-1989. Kleinberg: McMichael Canadian Art Collection, 1994.
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    • Heller, Jules. Printmaking Today: A Studio Handbook. New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston, Inc., 1972.
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    • Holman Eskimo Co-operative. 1996 Print Catalogue.
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    • Malgokak, Susie. Telephone conversation, January 2002.
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    • Swinton, George. "Inuit Art Co-Operatives." Canadian Encyclopedia. Edmonton: Hurtig, 1988.
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    • von Finckenstein, Maria. "Inuit Printmaking: A Survey." Inuit Art Quarterly, 13, no. 2 (Summer 1998): 4-7.
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    • What is a Print?
      Museum of Modern Art, New York
      http://www.moma.org/whatisaprint/noflash.html
    • Wight, Darlene Coward. Holman: Forty Years of Graphic Art. Winnipeg: The Winnipeg Art Gallery, 2001.
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    Gallery

    • Condon, Richard G. with Julia Ogina and the Holman Elders. Foreword by Nellie Cournoyea. The Northern Copper Inuit: A History. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1996.
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    • Holman Eskimo Co-operative. 1986 Print Catalogue.
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    • Holman Eskimo Co-operative. 1987 Print Catalogue.
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    • Holman Eskimo Co-operative. 1991 Print Catalogue.
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    • Holman Eskimo Co-operative. 1993 Print Catalogue.
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    • Holman Eskimo Co-operative. 1994 Print Catalogue.
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    • Jenness, Diamond. The Life of the Copper Eskimos. New York: Johnson Reprint Corporation, 1970.
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    • Tales from the Igloo. Edited and Translated by Maurice Metayer. Illustrated by Agnes Nanogak. Foreward by Al Purdy. Edmonton: Hurtig Publishers, 1972.
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    • Visions of Rare Spirit: 20 years of Holman Prints. Ottawa: Canadian Arctic Producers, 1984.
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    • Wight, Darlene Coward. Holman: Forty Years of Graphic Art. Winnipeg: The Winnipeg Art Gallery, 2001.

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    Storytelling

    • Driscoll, Bernadette. Inuit Myths, Legends & Songs. Winnipeg: The Winnipeg Art Gallery, 1982.
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    • Fossett, Renee. In Order to Live Untroubled. Winnipeg: The University of Manitoba Press, 2001.
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    • Gibson, Jennifer, "The Land, The People, The Art" in Creation & Continuity: Inuit Art from the Shumiatcher Collection. Regina: McKenzie Art Gallery, 1998 (exhibition curated by Darlene Coward Wight).
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    • Tales from the Igloo. Edited and Translated by Maurice Metayer. Illustrated by Agnes Nanogak. Foreward by Al Purdy. Edmonton: Hurtig Publishers, 1972.
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    • Wiebe, Rudy. Playing Dead: A Contemplation Concerning the Arctic. Edmonton: NeWest Publishers, 1989.
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    • Wight, Darlene Coward. Holman: Forty Years of Graphic Art. Winnipeg: The Winnipeg Art Gallery, 2001.

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    CLASSROOM CONNECTIONS REFERENCES/FURTHER RESEARCH

    Teacher Orientation Letter

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    Elements and Principles of Design (relevant to all classroom themes)

    • Books:
    • Chapman, Laura H. A World of Images. Massachusetts: Davis Publications, Inc., 1992.
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    • ________. Discover Art Series. Teacher’s Editions. Worchester, Massachusetts: Davis Publications, Inc., 1985.
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    • Lauer, David A. Design Basics. Toronto: Holt, Rinehart and Winston, Inc., 1990.
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    • Linderman, Marlene Gharbo. Art in the Elementary School. Dubuque, Iowa: Wm.C. Brown Publishers, 1990.
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    • Montchaud, Robert. La couleur et ses accords. Éditions Fleurus, 1994. (Comprendre la magie des couleurs grâce à des exemples puisés dans l’architecture, la décoration, le stylisme, la publicité ou la mode.) édition jeunesse.
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    • Richardière, Christian. Harmonies des couleurs. Édition Dessain & Tolra. 1987. (Ce livre est un outil pour les graphistes, publicitaires, décorateurs, artistes, etc.)
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    • Swann, Alan. Profession graphiste. Éditions du Moniteur, 1992 (Cet ouvrage comprend: les principes, les bases et les techniques de création graphique).
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    • Internet Links:
    • Benesh, C., Toomey, M., and Farmer, S. Kidspace Art: Elements and Principles of Design
      University of Idaho Cooperative Extension Program
      http://www.ets.uidaho.edu/4-H/kidspace/E-P.htm
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    • Exploring Leonardo: Exploring Linear Perspective
      The Museum of Science, Boston
      http://www.mos.org/sln/Leonardo/ExploringLinearPerspective.html
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    • K12 Art Curriculum
      Government of Newfoundland
      http://www.k12curr.edu.gov.nf.ca/pguidart1201/
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    • Larmann, R.M. Art Studio Chalkboard
      University of Evansville, Illinois
      http://www2.evansville.edu/studiochalkboard/draw.html
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    • Web Design for Instruction: Classic Graphic Design Theory
      University of Saskatchewan College of Education
      http://www.usask.ca/education/coursework/skaalid/theory/
      cgdt/designtheory.htm

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    Printmaking (relevant to all classroom themes, see also Holman printmaking techniques)

    • Books:
    • Chapman, Laura H. Discover Art Series. Teacher’s Editions. Worchester, Massachusetts: Davis Publications, Inc., 1985. (see especially grade 5 for stencil and styrofoam printmaking)
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    • Heller, Jules. Printmaking Today: A Studio Handbook. New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston, Inc., 1972. (various methods, senior+ level)
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    • Malenfant, Nicole. L’estampe. La Documentation québécoise. Éditeur officiel du Québec. Cet ouvrage est publié sous la direction de Lise Demers, responsable de collection Format. 1979. jeunes adultes+.
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    • Petit, Pierre. La gravure tirée à la main. Dessain et Tolra, 10 rue de la Pépinière-75008 Paris, 1988. (Une approche originale et simple pour s’initier à la gravure. Ce livre se trouve à la Bibliothèque publique de St-Boniface, section des adultes.) jeunesse+.
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    • Solga, Kim. J’imprime. Collection Atelier. Editions Fleurus, 11 rue Duguay-Trouin 75006 Paris, 1992. édition jeunesse.
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    • Wachowiak, Frank. Emphasis Art: A Qualitative Art Program for the Elementary School. New York: Thomas Y. Crowell Company, Inc., 1977.
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    • Internet Links:
    • Lockey, M. Simple Printmaking with Everyday Materials
      Homecrafts Direct
      http://www.homecrafts.co.uk/a500/AD516-printmaking.pdf
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    • What is a Print?
      Museum of Modern Art, New York
      http://www.moma.org/whatisaprint/

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    STORIES

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    GAMES AND DANCES

    • Books:
    • Dorian, Margery and Gullard, Frances. Telling Stories Through Movement. Belmont, California: Fearon Publishing Inc., 1974.
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    • Drewe, Sheryle Bergmann. Creative Dance: Enriching Understanding. Calgary: Detselig Enterprises Ltd., 1996.
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    • Veikart, Phyllis. Teaching Movement and Dance. Ypsilanti, Michigan: The High-Scope Press, 1989.
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    • Waring, Dennis. Folk Instruments: Make Them and Play Them. Winnipeg, Manitoba: Hyperion Press Ltd., 1979.
    • Internet Links:
    • Folklorama
      Folk Arts Council of Winnipeg, Inc.
      http://www.folklorama.ca/
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    • World Dance: World and Ethnic Dance FormsArtslynx International Dance Resources
      http://www.artslynx.org/dance/world_dance.htm

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    FOOD

    • Parry, Captain William Edward. Journal of a Second Voyage for the Discovery of a North-West Passage from the Atlantic to the Pacific. London: John Murray, 1824.

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    TRADITIONAL COMMUNITY INTERDEPENDENCE

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    HUMAN RELATIONSHIP TO ANIMALS

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    SPATIAL PERCEPTION

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    MEDIA AND MESSAGE

    • Ontario Ministry of Education. Media Literacy Resource Guide, 1989.
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    • Peter Raymont. Magic in the Sky. [videocassette] Co-produced by Investigative Productions, NFB and the Inuit Tapirisat of Canada, 1981.
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    • Further Interest:
    • Helen Kalvak School, Holman
      http://www.beaufortdeltaedu.nt.ca/bsite/Holman.html
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    • Movie:
    • Atanarjuat (The Fast Runner)
      Igloolik Isuma Productions Inc.
      http://www.atanarjuat.com/

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    ARTIST AND THE ECONOMY

    • Berkowitz, E. et al. Marketing. 4th Canadian Edition. New York: McGraw-Hill Ryerson, 2000.
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    • Berlo, Janet Catherine. "Drawing and Printmaking at Holman." Inuit Art Quarterly, 10, no. 3, (Fall 1995): 29.
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    • Bouchard, Marie. An Inuit Perspective, Baker Lake Sculpture. Itsarnittakarvik: Inuit Heritage Centre, 2000.
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    • Franklin-Smith, Constance. Art Marketing Handbook for the Fine Artist: A step-by-step guide on how to market your fine art. California: Artnetwork Press, 1992.
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    • Further Interest:
    • Canada Council for the Arts
      http://www.canadacouncil.ca/

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    ROLE AND IDENTITY OF THE ARTIST

    • Books:
      Bouchard, Marie. An Inuit Perspective, Baker Lake Sculpture. Itsarnittakarvik: Inuit Heritage Centre, 2000.
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    • McCarthy, Kate. "Peter Palvik." Inuit Art Quarterly, 16, no. 2, (Summer 2001): 22-23.
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    • The Oxford Companion to Art. Edited by Harold Osborne. London: Oxford University Press, 1970.
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    • Internet Links:
    • Courbet, G. The Painter’s Studio; A Real Allegory
      Musee d’Orsay, Paris
      http://www.artchive.com/artchive/C/courbet/allegory.jpg.html
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    • Rockwell, N. Triple Self-Portrait
      Norman Rockwell Museum
      http://www.normanrockwellmuseum.org/

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    Glossary

    • Condon, Richard G. with Julia Ogina and the Holman Elders. Foreword by Nellie Cournoyea. The Northern Copper Inuit: A History. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1996.
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    • Gibson, Jennifer, "The Land, The People, The Art" in Creation & Continuity: Inuit Art from the Shumiatcher Collection. Regina: McKenzie Art Gallery, 1998. (exhibition curated by Darlene Coward Wight).

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    Credits

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    FURTHER RESEARCH
    (organized by topic)

    Archives

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    Inuit Art, Culture, and Communications

    • Atanarjuat (The Fast Runner)
      Igloolik Isuma Productions Inc.
      http://www.atanarjuat.com/
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    • Balzer, Geraldine. Photographs by John Paskievich. "Holman Island: In Transition." Inuit Art Quarterly, (Fall 1989): 16-19.
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    • Berlo, Janet Catherine. "An Introduction to the Arts of the Western Arctic." Inuit Art Quarterly, 10, no. 3 (Fall 1995): 15-21.
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    • Burgess, Helen. "Eskimo Art from Holman." The Inuit Art Enthusiasts Newsletter, Issue #31 (April 1986).
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    • Canadian Arctic Producers
      http://www.arcticco-op.com
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    • Chance, Norman. Arctic Circle
      University of Connecticut
      http://arcticcircle.uconn.edu/
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    • Inuit Art Quarterly Magazine
      http://www.inuitart.org/quarterly.html
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    • Inuit Life in Nunavik
      Ulluriaq School (Kangiqsualujjuaq, Nunavik)
      http://www.kativik.qc.ca/ulluriaq/Nunavik/
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    • Morrison, David. "The Copper Inuit Soapstone Trade." Arctic, 44, no. 3 (1991): 239-246.
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    • Nunatsiaq News
      Nortext Publishing Corporation (Iqaluit)
      http://www.nunatsiaq.com/
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    • Park, Linda K. Mediating Cultures: An Ethnography of Art Production in Holman. M.A. thesis, University of Western Ontario, London, Ontario, 1990.
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    • Sparling, Mary and Don Snowdon. Unpublished interview with Father Tardy. Transcript on file, Inuit Art Section Research and Documentation Centre, Hull, Québec.
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    • Special Communities: Building Links To Canada's New Territory
      Glenbow Elementary School
      http://www.rockyview.ab.ca/glenbow/gr_3e.html
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    • The New Brunswick Museum, with the co-operation of the Department of Northern Affairs. Arctic Values ‘65/Valeurs septentrionales ’65. Catalogue of an exhibition November 19-December 19, 1965. Saint John: The New Brunswick Museum, 1965.

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    Inuit Artists

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    Inuit Business and Government

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    Inuit Graphic Art

    • Barz, Sandra B. Inuit Artists Print Workbook. Volume II. New York: Arts & Culture of the North, 1990.
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    • Goetz, Helga. The Inuit Print/L’estampe inuit. Ottawa: National Museum of Man, National Museums of Canada, 1977.
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    • Holman Eskimo Co-operative Annual Print Catalogues. Distributed by Canadian Arctic Producers Ltd., Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada.
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    • Jackson, Marion. "Contemporary Inuit Drawings: Reflections of an Art Historian" in Contemporary Inuit Drawings. Exhibition catalogue. Guelph: Macdonald Stewart Art Centre, 1987: 2-19.
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    • Routledge, Marie. Pudlo: Thirty Years of Drawing, National Gallery of Canada, 1990.
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    • Ryan, Terrence. "Eskimo Pencil Drawings: A Neglected Art." Canadian Art (January/February, 1965): 30-35.
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    • Skinner, Angela. Holman Printmaking. M.A. thesis, Department of Canadian Studies, Carleton University, Ottawa, 1990.
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    • Vastokas, Joan M. "Continuities in Eskimo Graphic Style." Artscanada (December 1971/January 1972): 69-83.

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    Inuit History and Geography

    • Barriers: A Geography Project: The Arctic Tundra Animals And Plants
      Parmalee Elementary School and Shaffer Elementary School, Colorado
      http://204.98.1.2/barrier/aranimals.html
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    • Biomes of the World: The Tundra Biome
      The Evergreen Project, Inc.
      http://mbgnet.mobot.org/sets/tundra/main.htm
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    • Blodgett, Jean. "The Historic Period in Canadian Art." The Beaver (Summer 1979): 17-27.
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    • Canada's North
      The Canadian Encyclopedia, Historical Foundation of Canada
      http://www.thecanadianencyclopedia.com/index.cfm?CFID=95850
      &CFTOKEN=73204774&PgNm=TCE&ArticleId=J0005792
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    • Damas, David. "Copper Eskimo," in David Damas, ed., Handbook of North American Indians: Arctic. Washington, D.C.: Smithsonian Institution, 1984.
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    • Delgado, James P. Across the Top of the World. Vancouver/Toronto: Douglas & McIntyre, 1999.
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    • Eber, Dorothy Harley. "Bringing Captain Back to the Bay: Photographs taken by a nineteenth-century whaling captain evoke memories among present-day Inuit." Natural History (January 1985): 66-73.
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    • Farquharson, Don. "Inuit Land Use in the West-Central Canadian Arctic," in Milton Freeman, ed., Inuit Land Use and Occupancy Project, Vol. 1. Ottawa: Department of Indian and Northern Affairs, 1976.
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    • Farrow, Judy. The Nunavut Handbook: Land and Wildlife: Flora
      Nortext Multimedia Inc.
      http://www.arctictravel.com/chapters/florapage.html
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    • Foster, R., Koski, C. & Johnson, B.. Tundra Biomes: Animals
      Thurston High School, Springfield, Oregon
      http://ths.sps.lane.edu/biomes/tundra5/tundra5.html#Animals
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    • Goose, Bill. "Community Profile: Holman Island." Photos and captions. Inuktitut, no. 52 (March 1983): 86-91.
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    • Jenness, Diamond. The Life of the Copper Eskimos. Report of the Canadian Arctic Expedition, 1913-1918, vol. 12(A), Ottawa: F.A. Acland, 1922.
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    • _____. The People of the Twilight. New York: The Macmillan Company, 1928. (Reprinted in 1959 by the University of Chicago Press.)
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    • _____. Material Culture of the Copper Eskimo. Report of the Canadian Arctic Expedition, vol. 16, Ottawa: Edmond Cloutier.
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    • _____. Arctic Odyssey: The Diary of Diamond Jenness, 1913-1916. Stuart Jenness, ed. Hull, Québec: Canadian Museum of Civilization, 1991.
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    • McGhee, Robert. Ancient People of the Arctic. UBC Press: Vancouver, in association with the Canadian Museum of Civilization, 1996.
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    • ______. Copper Inuit Prehistory. National Museum of Canada Publications in Archaeology, No. 2, Ottawa, 1972.
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    • ______. "The Prehistory and Prehistoric Art of the Canadian Inuit." The Beaver (Summer 1981): 23-30
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    • ______. The Tuniit: First Explorers of the High Arctic. Ottawa: National Museums of Canada, 1981.
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    • Neatby, L. "McClure and the Passage." The Beaver, (Winter 1960): 33-41.
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    • North: Landscape of the Imagination
      National Library of Canada
      http://www.nlc-bnc.ca/north/index-e.html
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    • Rasmussen, Knud. "Intellectual Culture of the Copper Eskimos." Report of the Fifth Thule Expedition, 1921-1924. Vol. 9. Copenhagen: Gyldendalske Boghandel, 1932.
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    • Smith, Derek G. "Mackenzie Delta Eskimo," in David Damas, ed. Handbook of North American Indians: Arctic. Volume 5. Washington D.C.: Smithsonian Institute, 1984, 347-358.
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    • Souchotte, Sandra. "Holman Adventure." Northwest Explorer, 3, no. 2 (Spring 1984): 27-30.
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    • Stefánsson, Viljáhimir. My Life with the Eskimo. New York: Macmillan, 1913.
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    • __________. The Friendly Arctic: The Story of Five Years in Polar Regions. New York: The Macmillan Company, 1944.
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    • Taylor, William E., Jr., and George Swinton. ''Prehistoric Dorset Art: Discussion by an Archaeologist and an Artist." The Beaver (Autumn 1967): 32-47.
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    • Wiebe, Rudy. Playing Dead: A Contemplation Concerning the Arctic. Edmonton: NeWest Publishers, 1989.

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    Inuit Storytelling

    • Driscoll, Bernadette. Inuit Myths, Legends & Songs. Winnipeg: The Winnipeg Art Gallery, 1982.
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    • Millman, Lawrence. A Kayak Full of Ghosts: Eskimo Tales. Santa Barbara: Capra Press, 1987.
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    • Nungak, Zebedee and Eugene Arima. Eskimo Stories - Unikkaatuat. Ottawa: Maracle Press Ltd., 1969.
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    • Seidelman, Harold and James Turner. The Inuit Imagination. Toronto: Douglas and McIntyre, 1993.
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    • Tales from the Igloo. Edited and Translated by Maurice Metayer. Illustrated by Agnes Nanogak. Foreward by Al Purdy. Edmonton: Hurtig Publishers, 1972.
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    • Uvajuq : The Origin of Death. Edited by David F. Pelly and Kim Crockatt. Illustrated by Elsie Anaginak Klengenberg. Cambridge Bay, Nunavut: Kitikmeot Heritage Society, 1999.

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    Shamanism

    • Blodgett, Jean. The Coming and Going of the Shaman: Eskimo Shamanism and Art. Winnipeg: The Winnipeg Art Gallery, 1978.
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    • Eliade, Mircea. Shamanism: Archaic Techniques of Ecstasy. Trans. by Willard R. Trask. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1964.
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    • Swinton, Nelda. The Inuit Sea Goddess. Montreal: Musée des beaux-arts de Montreal, 1980.
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    • Wight, Darlene Coward. Multiple Realities: Inuit Images of Shamanic Transformation. Winnipeg: The Winnipeg Art Gallery, 1993.

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