This short documentary looks at the work of artist Arthur Lismer, a member of the Group of Seven, emphasizing his contribution to art education and to Canadian art. Lismer was a founding member of the Group of Seven
This article has information about the beginnings of the Group of Seven, the success of the artists, and their influence on Canadian art. Within the article, there are links to more detailed biographies of the artists.
Author and wilderness photographer Joanie and In this 70 minute documentary, Gary McGuffin and art historian Michael Burtch set out to find the actual locations in northern Ontario that inspired the legendary Group Of Seven and some of their most iconic works of art.
This article explores the Professional Native Indian Artists Inc. (PNIAI) which was one of the first independently organized, self-managed Aboriginal artists’ collectives and cultural advocacy groups in Canada.
An article written by Carmen Robertson for the Canadian Art Institute about artist, Norval Morrisseau. Morrisseau is considered to be the grandfather of contemporary Indigenous art in Canada and was a founding member of Professional Native Indian Artists, Inc. Images of some of his work is included
A site that manages the work and provides information about the life of artist, Daphne Odjig, one of the founding members of Professional Native Indian Artists Inc. Images of some of her works can be seen here.
An article describing the life and work of artist, Tom Thompson. He is often mistaken as being a member of the Group of Seven. He died before the group was formed, but his art inspired many of the artists in the group.