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Learn more about the Independent Artists Program at our grant information workshop in Regina on August 30!
The Arts Board is here to make sure as many people as possible in this large, lightly populated province can “engage with the arts.”
Canadian Art magazine looks at the Remai Modern and Saskatoon.
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
Station Arts Centre’s president, Cameron Nicolle, summed up the centre beautifully at its 2015 annual general meeting: “It is a place for our community to gather and meet their neighbours. A place for art classes and yoga, community meetings and discussions. But it is also a place where we can be transported away, by music or theatre, into worlds far beyond our own community.”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: