After announcing its revival on December 5, 2012, the Inuit Art Foundation has been rejuvenating itself through a new President and Board of Directors, planning and consultation meetings, and new programming ideas. After 27 years of promoting Inuit artists, the IAF received a widespread appeal from artists, collectors, gallerists and arts and cultural organizations to continue its operations, including letters of support sent to the department of Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development. The clear need for a national organization dedicated to supporting the visual and performing arts from across Inuit Nunangat was the driving force to revive and improve its projects and initiatives, including the Inuit Art Quarterly magazine.
Since December, the IAF has been engaged in a transitional process, in which consultative meetings are playing an essential part towards the development of new programming. The process is being led by the dedicated team of volunteer Board of Directors.
We would like to introduce you to the 2013 Board of Directors, which consists of Inuit artists and those with long-standing relationships to the world of Inuit art:
Jimmy Manning, President
David Ruben Piqtoukun
Helen Rose Kaloon
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The Inuit Art Foundation Board of Directors