BRITT GALLPEN is a writer and curator based in Toronto, Canada, and the editor of the Inuit Art Quarterly. Since 2014 she has been the project coordinator of SakKijâjuk: Art and Craft from Nunatsiavut. Recent curatorial projects include: Titigi (Toronto) and ARCTICNOISE (Vancouver). Britt has written catalogue texts for The Walter Phillips Gallery at the Banff Centre and grunt gallery, in addition to contributions to numerous publications including Canadian Art, esse art + opinions, drain mag and KAPSULA. She is a contributing editor to Prefix Photo.
HEATHER IGLOLIORTE is an Inuk from Nunatsiavut. She is an Assistant Professor and Concordia University Research Chair in Indigenous Art History and Community Engagement in Montreal, and an independent curator of Inuit and other Indigenous arts. Some of her recent publications on Inuit art include the catalogue Inuit Art. The Brousseau Collection (2016) and essays in Negotiations in a Vacant Lot: Studying the Visual in Canada (2014); Manifestations: New Native Art Criticism (2012); Changing Hands: Art Without Reservation 3 (2012); and Inuit Modern (2010). She is the curator of SakKijâjuk: Art and Craft from Nunatsiavut, opening at The Rooms Provincial Art Gallery on October 7, 2016, which will tour across Canada through 2018.
MARK DAVID TURNER is a film historian, archivist, curator and advocate who has worked extensively with the Labrador Inuit and on Inuit film and music. As a postdoctoral fellow Turner developed the MUN Labrador Institute’s comprehensive film and video collection at Happy Valley-Goose Bay, preparing the James “Uncle Jim” Andersen collection at Makkovik, and working with the community of Rigolet to develop a media-language archive. In addition to his current work with Nunatsiavut’s OKâlaKatiget Society, Mark is the organizer of katingavik inuit arts festival, iNuit blanche's sister festival for the 2016 Inuit Studies Conference.