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Regina teachers win national award

Leia Laing and Naomie Fortier-Fréçon from Regina have won the Governor General’s History Award for Excellence in Teaching. 

Changes to consultant responsibilities

We’ve made some changes to our program consultants’ responsibilities. 

Saskatchewan Arts Board seeks Program Consultant

Application deadline: Friday, January 5, 2018, at 4:30 p.m.

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Creative Dance for Parkinson’s Disease

Dance is attracting attention globally as a movement practice that benefits those with Parkinson’s. Dance engages participants’ minds and bodies, creates an enjoyable, social environment for artistic exploration and emphasizes balance and rhythm. Dancer Fran Gilboy is working with participants in Regina on a class funded by a Saskatchewan Arts Board grant.

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Building a bridge

With the help of an Artists in Schools grant, Wadena Elementary School invited Elders and artists from nearby Fishing Lake First Nation, where a number of their students live, to share traditional teachings. 

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LIVE Arts goes national

A learning opportunity created in Saskatchewan went national this fall. For the first time, teachers from across Canada were invited to sign up their Grades 3-8 classes for a series of LIVE Arts broadcasts as part of Canada’s 150 celebrations. These curriculum-based lessons featured Indigenous artists living in Saskatchewan and collaborators from other regions and focused on the topics of resilience, respect and reconciliation. 

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Continued success for Indigenous editing program

There is a shortage of Indigenous editors in Canada and few non-Indigenous editors with the knowledge and cultural sensitivity to address the complex issues that arise in publishing Indigenous manuscripts. The Indigenous Editors Circle and Editing Indigenous Manuscripts programs aim to address these issues.

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2017 Saskatchewan Arts Awards Recipients

The Saskatchewan Arts Board is pleased to announce the recipients of the 2017 Saskatchewan Arts Awards.

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Creative partnership addresses sustenance

AKA Artist Run is located in the heart Saskatoon’s core neighbourhood of Riversdale. The area has a diverse and culturally rich community but faces pressures from gentrification and challenges related to food security. AKA’s Locals Only project responds to these critical issues by partnering with CHEP Good Food Inc. on a mobile service truck.

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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 by 750 Saskatchewan artists, created over the past seven decades. 


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