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Learn more about the Saskatchewan Arts Board's Indigenous Pathways Initiative - Grants to Artists program!

The Saskatchewan Arts Board has loaned Michael Hosaluk's Stonehouse Bench to the City of Saskatoon for display and use in the new Saskatoon Police Headquarters.

The deadline for applications for the Aboriginal Editors Circle, a unique program that promotes the diversity of literary voices in Canada, has been extended to April 27.

Applications are now being accepted for the second year of the Aboriginal Editors Circle, a unique program that promotes the diversity of literary voices in Canada. The Circle supports Canadian Indigenous literature by providing professional development for Aboriginal editors and publishers.

Survey results show Saskatchewan artists are exceptionally cross-disciplinary and collaborative in their creative practice, forming links within the arts as well as outside the arts throughout Saskatchewan.

On behalf of the Sereda family, the Saskatchewan Arts Board is accepting donations for a memorial legacy in Michele Sereda's name. Your donation will go towards supporting artists throughout Saskatchewan.

The Board of Directors of the Saskatchewan Arts Board is pleased to release our Strategic Plan, which will guide the agency in a fresh and dynamic direction.

Facing loss together.

This is a reminder that the closing date for completed applications for the Independent Artists Program is March 15, 2015 and updated application packages are now up on our website. We've also made a few changes to the program.

The Etchen family has made a generous donation of a collection of Anthony Thorn's artwork to the Saskatchewan Arts Board's Permanent Collection.