Richard Adam
Kudlak

Photo: Richard Adam Kudlak
Credit: Courtesy the artist
Richard Adam
Kudlak

Medium:

sculpture/carving

Artistic Community:

Ulukhaktok (Holman), NT

Work

Biography

Richard Adam Kudlak resides in Ulukhaktok (Holman), in the Inuvik Beaufort Delta region, NT. He is a hunter, artist, aspiring blacksmith and teacher. Kudlak has noted that his visual art is directly connected to the history and linguistic meaning of his community’s name, as Ulukhaktok means “the place where ulu parts are found,” and he primarily creates usable items, such as ulus and other tools. Kudlak is also interested in how Inuit tools and historical artefacts can highlight generational connections as well as help Inuit communities learn about their ancestors.View Long Biography and Citations

Publications

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Title Year Author
School in Ulukhaktok, N.W.T., puts Inuit artifacts front and centre April 16, 2016 CBC News
Inuvialuit develop plan to combat erosion, retreating ice caused by climate change March 29, 2016 David Thurton
Hunter in Ulukhaktok, N.W.T., discovers elusive sand lance in loon's mouth November 12, 2015 CBC News

Exhibitions

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Name Year Gallery
Inuit Artifacts at Helen Kalvak Elihakvik School 2016 Helen Kalvak Elihakvik School

Public Collections

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Collection Location
British Museum London, England