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To the Baffin Island Inuit arts and crafts are part of life. Their handbuilt kayaks are marvels of construction and speed. Skins for new garments are dried and softened, then decorated with Indian inspired patterns. Ivory carving, bone shuttles, and hand-fashioned spears, are products of traditional skill, while legendary stories, drumming, singing, and dancing, are enjoyed by old and young alike.

Director: Laura Boulton
Producer: Laura Boulton
Photography: Grant McLean
Consultant: Robert Flaherty

Eskimo Arts and Crafts

1943, Boulton, Laura

30 min 0 s

 

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