Making Iglu Together
Cornelius (Kooneeloosee) Nutarak
1924, Clyde River, Nunavut – 2007 Pond Inlet, Nunavut
Graphite on paper
© Canadian Museum of History, IV-C-6953
Inscription: "In this drawing, they are out on the land. It is nighttime. They are setting up their temporary
camp, building an iglu — two hunting parties. They are staying the night out on the land, hunting.
That is how they did it... They do not just go to the shed and pick their dinner like White people. They have
no choice but to hunt for it."
Created: February 14, 2018