Inuit in Canada - Foodland Security Exhibit

Canadian Studies Center

Wednesday May 1, 2013 to Friday May 24, 2013

Allen Library, North Lobby

Barry Pottle, Inuk Photographer

the Canadian Studies Center, Henry M. Jackson School of International Studies; Fund for the Arts Grant, Association for Canadian Studies in the United States; the Pacific Northwest Canadian Studies Consortium; UW Future of Ice Task Force; UW Native Organization of Indigenous Scholars; UW Libraries; and, the Ontario Arts Council

canada@uw.edu

Foodland Security is about the challenge of Inuit in urban settings to gain access to “county food” (food from the land). Pottle’s work focuses primarily on the Inuit community in Ottawa including cultural activities and images that reflect Inuit identity. His goal is to explore this very robust community and to highlight its richness and vibrancy.

Barry Pottle is an Ottawa-based photographer originally from Nunatsiavut, Labrador (Rigolet). He has a BA in Aboriginal Studies from Carleton University. Pottle uses photography as a medium to give focus to issues currently facing Inuit.

Emily Yu, the student curator for Foodland Security, is an undergraduate at the University of Washington. She is strongly interested in both the fields of Art and Psychology, particularly in ceramics and personality psychology.

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