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Recipients for this year's Lieutenant Governor's Arts Awards were announced at an event in Saskatoon on October 28, 2014. Among those honoured were Saskatoon photographer Thelma Pepper, who was presented with the Lifetime Achievement Award.

Check out the Saskatchewan Arts Board's 2013-14 Annual Report for stories about the many artists and arts organizations that help our province thrive!

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Saskatchewan Arts Board artist-in-residence Jody Greenman-Barber is engaging the public in collaborative art-making at the Queen City Ex and Saskatoon Ex.

The Saskatchewan Arts Board and Creative Saskatchewan are pleased to announce that the Culture on the Go program has been renewed by the Ministry of Parks, Culture and Sport in an $800,000 agreement. Culture on the Go promotes activities for Saskatchewan artists that are related to touring, audience development and market development, which may take place provincially, nationally or internationally.

Have you ever wanted a piece of original artwork but couldn't afford to buy it? How about renting it instead? The Saskatchewan Arts Board rents art from its Permanent Collection to workplaces across the province in the government, non-profit and corporate sectors.

The Saskatchewan Arts Board, the Canada Council for the Arts and the Saskatchewan Writers' Guild are pleased to announce 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.

We want to hear your opinions on the Saskatchewan Arts Board’s 2012-13 Annual Report. Please take a few minutes to fill out this short survey.

The Saskatchewan Arts Board welcomes Pamella Acton, an education professional from Saskatoon, as our new board chair. Acton and three new board members have been appointed by the Minister of Parks, Culture and Sport.

Through the Creative Partnerships program, Saskatoon dancer Amanda Murray shared her love of dance with youth in the northern Saskatchewan communities of Sandy Bay and La Loche.