In the Media

We are holding consultations in North Battleford, Saskatoon, Stony Rapids, Regina, Eastend, Melfort and Fort Qu'Appelle, as well as online. about our Artists in Schools and Artists in Communities program. Join us!

We have new application guidelines for the Independent Artists program.

Our review engaged Indigenous/Métis artists in the community, learning the ways in which they feel their art and work can be accommodated through our granting programs. 

The latest exhibition, COLOUR!, at Mosaic Tower at Hill Centre III in Regina features ten art works from the Saskatchewan Arts Board Permanent Collection. 

The Saskatchewan Arts Board is undertaking reviews of all our major programs, in keeping with the “Art- and Artist-Centred” goal in our strategic plan.

Our Saskatoon office moved to 201 Avenue B South on February 1. 

Saskatchewan artist Andrew Salgado has an exhibition at Canada House in London, UK.

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. 

Canada Council head promises “New Era” in arts funding resulting from increased investment by government.

Writer Karin Melberg Schwier from Saskatoon is the winner of the Saskatchewan Arts Board's iPad contest, drawn from participants in our Independent Artists program survey. 

Award-winning stage and screen actress Janet Wright, best known for her portrayal of the long-suffering matriarch on "Corner Gas," has died.

The Saskatchewan Arts Board has a new Strategic Plan for 2016-19.

Regina's Tatiana Maslany won an Emmy for her portrayal of numerous characters in Orphan Black

The P.E.I. Council of the Arts board has been dissolved after government funding to the organization was cut.

The Arts Entrepreneurship & Business Development Course is accepting applications from artists and creative entrepreneurs in the Lloydminster, Saskatoon and Regina areas.

For the past six weeks, Save On Foods has hosted local authors for weekly book signings.

The Arts Board is here to make sure as many people as possible in this large, lightly populated province can “engage with the arts.”

Canadian Art magazine looks at the Remai Modern and Saskatoon.

Changes have been made to the Culture on the Go Event Travel program to serve artists better.