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PotashCorp has announced a $100,000 matching sponsorship for the Creative Kids program! Creative Kids helps low-income youth access quality art and culture instruction in Saskatchewan.

On January 20, 2012, the arts community honoured the memory of former Arts Board chair, Ken Sagal, S.V.M., by donating a piece of artwork in his name to the Palliative Care Services Program at the Pasqua Hospital in Regina.

The Saskatchewan Motion Picture Industry Association (SMPIA) is excited to announce that we will be shining a spotlight on Saskatchewan interactive and traditional media partnerships at the Banff World Media Festival June 10-13th, 2012.

The Access Copyright Foundation is pleased to announce the recipients of the 2011 Access Copyright Foundation Events Grants. Seventeen organizations have been awarded grants by the Foundation on the basis of peer adjudication.

Young people visiting this year's Canadian Western Agribition had a unique opportunity to work with visual artist Bevin Bradley to create a collaborative mural.

The Saskatchewan Arts Board's 2010-11 Annual Report is online! Read great feature stories about some of the talented artists in our province and experience their work through interactive QR Codes throughout the report.

Home Made is a live, interactive art project where visitors to the Queen City Ex and Saskatoon Ex shared their stories and memories of home with mixed-media artist Heather Cline. Images and audio from these brief interviews were integrated into an audio-visual projection that expanded and changed throughout the exhibition week.

The province's Francophone artists will have increased access to funding, thanks to a new grant program administered by the Saskatchewan Arts Board. The Portail culturel fransaskois initiative provides Francophone artists, arts organizations and groups with funds to support the development of artistic practices, and to engage artists and communities in diverse artistic activities.

Culture on the Go: Market Access is an opportunity for organizations (Creative Industry Sector Organizations, presenting theatres, companies and producers) in support of new strategic marketplace development projects.

The Saskatchewan Arts Board is making significant changes to how it supports projects by artists and arts organizations. While many projects may continue to be eligible for funding, they will require application to other programs.