Ningeeuga Oshuitoq , daughter of famed artist Anirnik Oshuitoq, was an Inuit printmaker and sculptor born in Amadjuak Camp, Nunavut. In 1960, she settled in Cape Dorset. After fa five year absence due to tuberculosis, Oshuitoq returned to drawing and sculpting. Many of her drawings include Inuit women, spirit creatures and children. Oshuitoq contributed to the Cape Dorset Graphics annual catalogue between 1966 and 1980. Her art has traveled in group exhibitions throughout Europe, Canada and the United States; most recently her work was included in an Italian show on Inuit art called "Immaginario Inuit: Arte e cultura degli esquimesi canadesi." Oshuitoq's work can be found in numerous collections in Canada and the United States, including the Anchorage Museum of History and Art in Alaska, the Art Gallery of Ontario, the Canadian Museum of Civilization in Hull, the Museum of Anthropology in British Columbia, and the Winnipeg Art Gallery.