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Join Jay Kimball for a lively presentation and discussion on how to plan an Artists in Schools project.
The Saskatchewan Arts Board is looking at how we support the work of independent artists. Help us by filling out our survey!
Regina's Tatiana Maslany won an Emmy for her portrayal of numerous characters in Orphan Black.
Organizations funded by the Saskatchewan Arts Board are also supported by resources within their own communities. From the 61 organizations that have reported on their recent operating funding, there is a total of 166,405 hours of volunteer support. That’s an average of 2,728 hours for each organization, which is approximately equivalent to a one and a third full-time position.Read More
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.Read More
This summer, we invited the arts community to attend a series of public consultation meetings about the Independent Artists program. This is what you told us.Read More
Our 2015-16 Annual Report, Changing Horizons, focuses on the opportunities the Arts Board offers to change horizons for people across Saskatchewan.Read More
The Saskatchewan Arts Board is pleased to announce the addition of 44 new pieces of artwork – including ceramics, textiles, paintings and jewellery – to its Permanent Collection of Saskatchewan art and craft.Read More
At summer camp, kids typically enjoy activities such as canoeing, hiking, bonfires and craft time. In 2015, Lumsden Beach Camp (LBC) made a small change with a big impact – switching “craft time” to “art time.”Read More
As a French-language school in rural Saskatchewan, École Notre-Dame-des-Vertus in Zenon Park faces some unique challenges, particularly when it comes to arts education. A GénieArts grant provided a unique opportunity to bring a professional Canadian Francophone musician, marijosée, to the community.Read More
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.
Explore our programs by applicant category: