Born:  March 21, 1953       Male       E6-686
       Place of Birth:  Tuapait, Baffin Island
       Resides:  Pangnirtung
       Prints, Printmaking, Sculpture, Tapestries
            Thomasee is the brother of graphic artists Ananaisee Alikatuktuk and     
       Annie Pitsiulak.                                                              
            "When I was a child, my grandmother told me many stories about the way   
       Inuit people used to live.  If she knew about drawing and printmaking, I      
       believe she would support what I am trying to do."                            
                                                 Thomasie  Alikatuktuk               
                                                 Pangnirtung Print Catalogue 1984    

       1973, 1976, 1978, 1979, 1980,           Pangnirtung Print Collection (printmaker)
       1984, 1985, 1986, 1995                       (annual collection)                               
                                                                        (illustrated catalogue)
       April 1973                           First Collection of Prints from Pangnirtung
                                                   The Innuit Gallery of Eskimo Art                  
                                                   Toronto, Ontario
       1976, 1977, 1978, 1979, 1980,           Pangnirtung Print Collection
       1984, 1985, 1986, 1992, 1993,           (annual collection)                               
       1994, 1995                                             (illustrated catalogue)
       Sep - Oct 1983                  Inuit Survival
                                                   Enook Galleries, Waterloo, Ontario                
                                                   Presented at the University of Waterloo           
                                                   Art Gallery                                       
                                                   Waterloo, Ontario
       April 1984                          Games of the Inuit
                                                   Northern Images                                   
                                                   Yellowknife, Northwest Territories
       Nov - Dec 1984                 50 Inuit Prints
                                                   Canadian Arctic Producers in                      
                                                   coordination with the Hudson's Bay                
                                                   Company Inuit Art Marketing Service,              
                                                   held at Simpson's                                 
                                                   Toronto, Ontario
                                                   (illustrated brochure)

       July 1986                            Pangnirtung Print Retrospective: 1973-1986
                                                   Organized by Pangnirtung Eskimo Co-operative      
                                                   Limited, Pangnirtung, at Inuit Gallery of         
                                                   Vancouver, British Columbia
                                                   (illustrated catalogue)
       Feb - June 1987                The Lindsay and Swartz Collections:
                                                   New Acquisitions                                  
                                                   Winnipeg Art Gallery                              
                                                   Winnipeg, Manitoba
       Jan - Feb 1988                  Tapestries from Eskimo Weavers
                                                   Arctic Artistry                                   
                                                   Hartsdale, New York, U.S.A.
       Canadian Museum of Civilization, Hull, Quebec        
       Dennos Museum Center, Northwestern Michigan College, Traverse City, Michigan, U.S.A. 
       Haffenreffer Museum of Anthropology, Brown University, Bristol, Rhode Island, U.S.A.  
       Inuit Cultural Institute, Rankin Inlet, Northwest Territories   
       Mendel Art Gallery, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan     
       National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa, Ontario    
       Prince of Wales Northern Heritage Centre, Yellowknife, Northwest Territories      
       University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta     
       Winnipeg Art Gallery, Winnipeg, Manitoba         
       1977     "Taleelayu and Family", printed by Thomasie, was reproduced as a poster and
                on the cover of"The Inuit Print/L'Estampe inuit".
       1977     In January, attended Printmaker's Conference in Ottawa.  Also attended "The
                Inuit Print/L'Estampe inuit"at the Musee du Quebec.

       1978     Received a Canada Council travel grant to attend the opening of the 1978
                Pangnirtung Print Collection at the Upstairs Gallery in Winnipeg.
       1985     Attended the opening of the 1985 Pangnirtung Print Collection at the Upstairs
                Gallery in Winnipeg.
       Houston, John                                     
           ART & SOUL:  A roaring fire destroyed their home, but not their
           dreams.  A story of the steel spirit and true heart of arctic
           art.  EQUINOX: No. 81; June 1995, pp. 70-85.
       National Museum of Man                            
           THE INUIT PRINT = L'ESTAMPE INUIT:  A Travelling Exhibition... =
           Une exposition itinerante...  Ottawa: National Museum of Man,
           National Museums of Canada, 1977.
       Pangnirtung Eskimo Co-operative                   
           PANGNIRTUNG PRINT RETROSPECTIVE: 1973-1986.  Pangnirtung:
           Pangnirtung Eskimo Co-operative, 1986.

      (c) Inuit Art Section, INAC 1995