Canada Council for the Arts
  • History of Contemporary Aboriginal Arts in Canada
  • Aboriginal Artists in Canada
  • Aboriginal Arts Organizations
  • Aboriginal Arts and the Government
  • Aboriginal Arts in Canada Today
Contemporary Aboriginal Arts in Canada (pdf, 308kb) This is the PDF format for the above information.

Indian Group of Seven
The group consisted of Daphne Odjig, Alex Janvier, Jackson Beardy, Eddy Cobiness, Norval Morrisseau, Carl Ray and Joseph Sanchez

Woodland School of Art and Legend Painters

The Woodland School of Art is also names Woodlands style, Woodlands School ro Anaishnabe painting. It is characterized by a style of graphic design and painting seen in the works of aboriginal artists from the Great Lakes region of Canada. The group consisted of Daphne Odiig, Alex Janvier, Jackson Beardy, Eddy Cobiness, Norval Morriseau, Carl Ray, and Joseph Sanchez.

Allen Sapp Cree Artist Virtual Museum
Cree artist Allen Sapp captures Cree culture through his art and paintings. Recognized around the world as one of Canada's preeminent artists, ...

National Gallery Aborigial Art
Aboriginal Art in the Collection of Indigenous Art
The National Gallery of Canada’s Collection of Indigenous Art includes First Nations, Métis, and Inuit artworks, with an emphasis on contemporary art from 1980 to the present day. The National Gallery of Canada has collected works by Aboriginal artists since the early 20th century. Several works were purchased as contemporary art in the 1960s from such artists as Rita Letendre, Robert Markle, and Kenojuak Ashevak.

Aboriginal Art Galleries in Saskatchewan and Canada
There is a list of museums, galleries and personal pages showing the work of Aborigial artists. This is a excellent directory of information for anyone seeking to know more about aboriginal art in Canada and around the world.