In an interview, published in Uqalurait, elder Anna Okalik described a seasonal ritual: “When the spring season joyfully arrives, and we are about to move into our spring camp, we begin to make sealskin tents … These tents were very cozy when it was cold out. There were no drafts. When the sun shone on it though, it was oppressively hot!” At the Cape Dorset studio, drawings were generally considered tools for making prints. This stencil interpretation of a Kiakshuk drawing, printed by the artist’s son, Lukta Qiatsuk, shows the kinds of modifications that might be done in the process. One of the area’s first printers, he worked on more than 200 prints between 1959 and 1984.