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Indigenous Program Review

Our review engaged Indigenous/Métis artists in the community, learning the ways in which they feel their art and work can be accommodated through our granting programs. 

Colour! exhibition

The latest exhibition, COLOUR!, at Mosaic Tower at Hill Centre III in Regina features ten art works from the Saskatchewan Arts Board Permanent Collection. 

Program Review Update

The Saskatchewan Arts Board is undertaking reviews of all our major programs, in keeping with the “Art- and Artist-Centred” goal in our strategic plan.

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Features

Actor goes to boot camp

Saskatoon actor Anna Mazurik received a scholarship from the Arts Board to follow her dream.

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Keeping traditions alive

Eleanor Cook brought together peopline in the community of Cumberland House Cree Nation through traditional Indigenous beadwork and quilt-making classes.

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A unique fusion

Ramses Calderon incorporates traditional instruments and rhythms into his music and compositions. The result of his creation process is a unique fusion of classical, traditional and popular music.

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Mixing traditional with contemporary

The Indigenous Peoples Artist Collective of Prince Albertis dedicated to sharing interdisciplinary contemporary Aboriginal and urban art practices with northern audiences. 

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New approaches to creativity

Singer/songwriter Megan Nash strongly believes that “you can base yourself out of rural Saskatchewan and be a full-time artist.” 

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A preoccupation with language

Sylvia Legris, the only Saskatchewan writer who has won the prestigious Griffin Poetry Prize, is drawn to poetry because of its musicality and attention to language. 

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Granting Programs

The Saskatchewan Arts Board has a variety of programs to address the needs of artists, arts organizations, and communities in Saskatchewan. Applications are assessed by qualified peer adjudication panels.

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Annual Report

Annual Report

Our annual reports tell the stories of talented artists, innovative arts organizations and vibrant communities supported by Arts Board programs.

 

Arts Awards

Arts Awards

The Saskatchewan Arts Awards celebrates the achievements of individuals, groups and organizations in all arts disciplines. 

 

Permanent Collection

Permanent Collection

This collection includes approximately 3,000 works of more than 600 Saskatchewan artists, created over the past six decades. 

 

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