The database, including introductory and help texts, is designed to be used in English and French, but the contents are in the language of the original publication.
I have heard this claim in various social gatherings as an example of how we might resolve jealousy issues, but I am skeptical and wonder whether this is an urban legend or has specific contextual constraints.
— Akbar I guess I wasn't the only kid who ever dreamed of running away to join the Eskimos.
Certain community names are enclosed in parentheses.
This is a special distinction to differentiate cases where the artist who did the print comes from the community but might have done or finished the work elsewhere.
Note: the Inuit Artists Print Database is an online version of an English-language publication (Barz, Sandra B. Please consult the alternative name of an artist can be used to find prints attributed to him or her as an artist.
It is possible to search for records using the title, the name of the artist including alternative spellings of the name, the gender of the artist, the name of the printer, the title of the catalogue or other collective publication in which the print appears, the community in which the print was produced, the name of the cutter or platemaker, the technique used to produce the print and the date of the print.
(See 11 Exact Match below) Alternative names can be used to locate the artist.
However, this field does not locate the artist if he or she collaborated on a print as a cutter or printer.
Community names usually have the following format: Current Inuit Name / Historic English Name / Historic French Name (Provincial Designation).
For example, Inukjuak can be found under Inukjuak/Port Harrison/Inoucdjouac (Arctic Qubec)If you are unable to find a result, try the following procedure: use the Artists Name search field and enter the name of the cutter. Is the authorized version of the name different from the name you have just entered in the Artists Name search field?
If you specify that you are looking for any words, then the results will include content that matches either "Family", or "Life", or both "Family" and "Life".