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Canada Council head promises “New Era” in arts funding resulting from increased investment by government.

Writer Karin Melberg Schwier from Saskatoon is the winner of the Saskatchewan Arts Board's iPad contest, drawn from participants in our Independent Artists program survey. 

Award-winning stage and screen actress Janet Wright, best known for her portrayal of the long-suffering matriarch on "Corner Gas," has died.

The recipients of the 2016 Saskatchewan Arts Awards were announced at an event on Tuesday, October 18, 2016.

The Saskatchewan Arts Board has a new Strategic Plan for 2016-19.

Are you an Indigenous artist in the Saskatoon area? Do you have a great idea for a project? Do you want to apply for a grant that helps? Check out our Grant Writing Workshop with Lindsay Knight, consultant for Indigenous/Métis artists and communities.

The Saskatchewan Arts Board is looking at how we support the work of independent artists. Help us by filling out our survey! 

The Saskatchewan Arts Board is pleased to announce the 2016 Saskatchewan Arts Awards (formerly the Lieutenant Governor’s Arts Awards) lifetime achievement award recipient and short-listed nominees in five other categories. Presented by the Arts Board, these awards celebrate the contributions and achievements of individuals, groups and organizations in all arts disciplines.

Regina's Tatiana Maslany won an Emmy for her portrayal of numerous characters in Orphan Black

Dates include Regina on September 20 and Saskatoon on September 21.