Pitseolak : Pictures out of my life -- Pitseolak Ashoona :Life & work (Inuit)
Norval Morrisseau: Life and work (Anishanaabe)
Bill Reid (Haida)
George Littlechild: The spirit giggles within (Plains Cree)
CanadARThistories: Reimagining the Canadian art history survey: A Queen's open access textbook that addresses "growing concerns around inclusion, regionalism, Indigenization, and internationalization in art history curricula, and is conceived as a response to these ideas."
Art Gallery of Ontario: The Indigenous Collection: Developing the First Nations, Inuit and Metis art collection is one of the AGO’s primary collecting goals. From Haida master carver Charles Edenshaw, to contemporary Mohawk artist Shelley Niro, the collection spans artistic movements across several centuries.
The Routledge companion to Indigenous art histories in the United States and Canada: critical theories and methodologies for Indigenous art history in North America.... and promotes the study and dissemination of Indigenous art and stimulates new conversations on visual sovereignty and self-determination; resurgence and resilience; land-based, embodies, and nation-specific knowledges; epistemologies and ontologies; curatorial and museological methodologies; language; decolonization and Indigenization; collaboration, consultation and mentorship
The Sioux Project—Tatanka Oyate
"Tatanka Oyate fills a major gap in our understanding of contemporary Sioux aesthetics in North America with a specific focus on the knowledge and practices of Lakota/Nakota/Dakota (Sioux) communities in Saskatchewan, Canada. The publication reflects over three years of on-the-ground research involving a team led by Lakota video/performance artist Dana Claxton, art historian Lynne Bell, artist Gwenda Yuzicappi, and filmmaker Cowboy Smithx.
Aboriginal Artists in Canada: Includes a list of Aboriginal artists with links to their website.
Important Indigenous Artists in Canada: comiled in the Canadian Encyclopedia.
List of First Nation and Métis and Inuit artists featured in the Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Canada Aborginal Art Collection.
Art Canada Institute: Includes guides to the study of many topics through the work of Canadian artists including the following by Indigenous artists: