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The Saskatchewan Arts Board is pleased that the Government of Saskatchewan has renewed its support for the Culture on the Go program, with the announcement of an additional $800,000 investment. Culture on the Go is designed to help Saskatchewan artists and organizations tour and present their work.

After a national search over the past months, the Arts Board is now in the final phase of the hiring process. We received applications from qualified candidates from Saskatchewan and across the country.

The Saskatchewan Arts Board is pleased to welcome Philip Adams as our newest program consultant. Adams will be joining the team in our Saskatoon office on July 13, 2015.

The Saskatchewan Arts Board is pleased to announce a two-day master class for Canadian publishers and editors working with Indigenous authors and their manuscripts.

Montreal-based, pan-Canadian media arts network Cinema Politica is currently seeking submissions of independent documentary works for their Fall 2015 Program.

The Saskatchewan Arts Board is hiring a permanent Chief Executive Officer.

Springtime means grant deadline time at the Saskatchewan Arts Board, and peer juries are a cornerstone of our funding process.

Ranjan Thakre has been appointed the new interim CEO of the Saskatchewan Arts Board.

The sheep from the Saskatchewan Arts Board's Flock exhibition have been herded to new homes.

The application deadline for the Aboriginal Editors Circle has been extended to Monday, April 27, 2015 at 4:30 p.m.