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After consultation with the arts community, we have changed our Conflict of Interest Policy, so artists and arts professionals may serve on our Board and remain eligible for certain grant programs.

Arts Board Program Consultant Alex Rogalski will be in Yorkton and surrounding area as a consultant in-situ from February 19-21.

Artists and arts professionals are eligible to apply for Artists in Communities (AiC) and Artists in Schools (AiS) Micro-Development grants for the March 10 deadline. 

Increased funding for individual artists and a new program to provide access for artists facing barriers are just two examples of how the Saskatchewan Arts Board is meeting the goals of its new strategic directions, released today. 

Saskatchewan Arts Board staff just installed Joe Fafard’s Reveille on the second floor of the Frances Morrison Central Library in Saskatoon. 

Saskatchewan Arts Board Program Consultant Carle Steel recently served as a consultant-in-situ in Swift Current.

The Saskatchewan Arts Board recently purchased Three Minute Miracle (Pavillion), an installation by Amalie Atkins, for our Permanent Collection.

The Minister of Parks, Culture and Sport has made changes to the Board of Directors of the Saskatchewan Arts Board.