Qiviuq: A Legend in Art is a 57-page art exhibition catalogue examines the evolution of storytelling as a cultural art and within the Inuit culture, which has evolved from oral storytelling to encompass visual interpretations within the context of contemporary Inuit art. Seven stories about the heroic character Qiviuq are viewed through the 36 art pieces created by Inuit sculptors and print makers.
Anthem: Perspectives on Home and Native Land is a bilingual (English and French) art catalogue that was produced by Carleton University Art Gallery to support the exhibition of the same name. The works of KC Adams, Fastwurms, Cynthia Girard, Dana Inkstar, Alisdair MacRae, Shirley Moorhouse, and Eric Robinson are featured in this book. The curatorial essay is written by Mohawk curator Ryan Rice.
Robert Houle's visual arts practice applies formalist demands to activist initiatives to review the history of the interactions of the North American Indian and the colonizers. The eight large vertical canvases that make up Palisade represent the eight forts captured by Pontiac's Confederacy in 1763. Through the addition of digital graphic collages and historical documentation, Houle powerfully relates the colonial army's retaliation to these defeats: the systematic introduction of plagues, especially smallpox. Dyck's essay provides an interpretation of the work and its historical context.