The Igloo Tag Program is administered by the Inuit Art Foundation, a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting Inuit art, artists and culture in Canada and around the world. The IAF owns the Igloo Tag Program and the Igloo Tag Trademark. Only people or organizations accepted into the Igloo Tag Program can use the Igloo Tag Trademark.
“The IAF” or “Us” or “We” or “Our” refers to the Inuit Art Foundation.
“You” or “Your” refers to the person the IAF accepts into the Igloo Tag Program in its letter of acceptance.
“Inuit Artist” refers to a Canadian artist of Inuit origin who makes Inuit Art.
For the purposes of this Policy, “Inuit Art” is only artwork, including sculpture, painting, drawings, prints, textile art, collages, installations, conceptual art, crafts, ceramics, jewellery, and fashion goods (like shoes, boots, hats, scarves, socks, gloves, mittens) which are made by an Inuit Artist. If we expand what Inuit Art includes, we will let You know.
Important: You must have bought or obtained the products mentioned above directly from an Inuit Artist, or be an Inuit Artist who makes these products, for them to be considered Inuit Art.