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The Saskatchewan Arts Board program team is holding a grant writing workshop in Saskatoon on January 23.
Joe Fafard is recognized by The Leader-Post as one of the 150 Canadians who helped shape a nation.
The Hideous Hidden by Saskatchewan's Sylvia Legris is featured in The New York Times.
In 2015-16, Common Weal Community Arts brought the Art Lodge program to the Prince Albert Correctional Centre. Artists Joseph Naytowhow and Cheryl L’Hirondelle engaged the men through songwriting and creative expression, leading to the collaborative writing and recording of an uplifting song.Read More
In 2016, mispon: A Celebration of Indigenous Filmmaking marks ten years of showcasing and developing Indigenous storytelling in Saskatchewan.Read More
To mark the centennial of German Expressionism, a group of Regina artists put together The Caligari Project Festival of German Expressionism from September to December 2016.Read More
Belle Plaine performed her original songs with the Regina Symphony Orchestra on December 17.Read More
The evening brought hundreds of artists, arts organizations, patrons of the arts and members of the business community together to champion the enormous contributions the arts community makes to our province's quality of life and economy.Read More
Organizations funded by the Saskatchewan Arts Board are also supported by resources within their own communities. From the 61 organizations that have reported on their recent operating funding, there is a total of 166,405 hours of volunteer support. That’s an average of 2,728 hours for each organization, which is approximately equivalent to a one and a third full-time position.Read More
The Saskatchewan Arts Board has a variety of programs to address the needs of artists, arts organizations, and communities in Saskatchewan. Applications are assessed by qualified peer adjudication panels.
Explore our programs by applicant category: