Celebrating Success

Many people have been involved in the successes of the Saskatchewan Arts Board over the past 70 years. To help celebrate our anniversary, we asked 10 of them to share memories of their time working with the Arts Board.

Chris Campbell Gardiner uses art to help families grieve the loss of children with disabilities.

Saskatchewan is known for its festivals and events, such as the PotashCorp Fringe Theatre Festival in Saskatoon and the Regina Folk Festival. If you venture out of the main cities, however, you will find experiences that are well worth the trip. Here are just ten of them.

An Independent Artists grant is helping Regina singer/songwriter Amy Nelson to develop a show that will engage and delight audiences.

Saskatoon students are collaborating with professional musicians to explore how Métis fiddle music and dance can be expressions of reconciliation.

As part of our 70th anniversary celebrations, we're sharing 70 stories from our arts community. Here is a selection of 10 works from our Permanent Collection of Saskatchewan artwork. 

13-year-old Regina dancer, Nathaniel Ritter-Magot, is attending the Royal Winnipeg Ballet School with the help of a Prince Edward Arts Scholarship.

Forty artists and representatives from arts organizations from around the province came together in late March to learn about how digital strategies and tools can help them connect with audiences in new ways.

Twenty works of art from the Saskatchewan Arts Board’s Permanent Collection will be on display throughout the province over the next three years through an Organization of Saskatchewan Arts Council (OSAC) touring exhibition.

Many view travel as a way to broaden their horizons and get out of their comfort zone. Saskatoon artist Cynthia Blanchette considers travel an essential part of her art practice.