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Art

Arctic Art Sales
Inuit Art from Canada & Greenland
www.arcticartsales.com

Artfact
Antiques and art market information service.
www.artfact.com

Art History
The Metropolitan Museum of Art: Timeline of Art History
http://metmuseum.org/toah/splash.htm

The Art Museum Network
http://www.amn.org

Art History on the Web
http://witcombe.sbc.edu/ARTHLinks.html

ArtLex Art Dictionary
http://artlex.com

Art Price
Provides art market information.
www.artprice.com

Art Sales Index
www.ainc-inac.gc.ca

Arts on Stamps from the Polar Regions
arthistory.heindorffhus.dk

Canadian Arctic Producers
Canadian Arctic Producers (CAP) markets original, high-quality work created by artists and craftspeople from Canada's north. The work is purchased through northern co-operatives and then is sent to CAP's Toronto warehouse. It is then distributed to galleries and collectors throughout the world.
www.canadianarcticproducers.com

Canadian Guild of Crafts
More than a window on Canadian art, this site is a storehouse for our one-hundred-year history of hard work promoting and distributing crafts, and Amerindian and Inuit art. Discover this rich universe, where you can learn more about the Canadian Guild of Crafts and purchase high quality contemporary art.
www.canadianguild.com

Center for Contemporary Canadian Art
www.ccca.ca

Inuit Art Centre
The Inuit Art Centre, a federal program in the Department of Indian and Northern Affairs Canada (INAC). It acts in partnership with Inuit artists and Inuit art organizations to promote Canadian Inuit fine art and to educate the public. The Centre works with government departments and agencies, private and public art galleries and museums, and the general public.
www.ainc-inac.gc.ca

Inuit and Dene Art
Inuit and Dene art is popular throughout the world. Serious collectors can often identify the community the piece was made in – simply from the style of art. Type of art produced includes: prints, carvings, beadwork, wall hangings, cards and jewellery.
www.arcticco-op.com

The Matchbox Gallery
The Matchbox Gallery was created in 1987 by Jim & Sue Shirley as a cross-cultural arts workshop. The gallery serves the community in several ways. In addition to being a display and production centre, we also provide training for community artists and residents. We are located in Rankin Inlet, which is the transportation hub for the Kivalliq region.
www.matchboxgallery.com

Mother of All Art and Art History Links Page
art-design.umich.edu

Nunavut Arts and Crafts Association
Nunavut Arts and Crafts Association is a non-profit incorporated society that promotes the growth and appreciation of Nunavut artists, and the production of their arts and crafts.
www.nacaarts.org

Nunavut Arts and Crafts Association is a non-profit incorporated society that promotes the growth and appreciation of Nunavut artists, and the production of their arts and crafts.
www.therooms.ca

Siqiniq: Under the Same Sun
www.uqqurmiut.com

What is a Print?
Museum of Modern Art
http://moma.org/exhibitions/2001/whatisaprint/flash.html