at the Anchorage Museum
This practice of celebrating and recognizing one's life through markings on the skin goes back 10,000 years for the Inuit. Now we reawaken the markings to show we survived and that Inuit Nunaat stands together in the face of our constant colonizers.
Other notable press:
Tupik, Inuit Ink, a documentary film, is the journey of the women working in Alaska, Greenland, Canada and all Inuit lands to revive a lost tradition and honor their ancestors while bringing healing and community in todays world of political oppression and loss of women's rights.