Celebrating Success

La Troupe du Jour officially opened its new production centre in Saskatoon on Friday, December 17, 2010.

Saskatoon's Allan Casey is the winner of the 2010 Governor General's Literary Award in Non-Fiction; Regina's Dianne Warren is the winner of the Fiction Award; and Coteau Books' publication, Fishtailing by Wendy Phillips, is the winner of the Children's Literature (Text) Award.

Nominate an artist for the 2011 Regina Mayor's Arts and Business Awards.

The Canadian Children's Book Centre (CCBC) and TD Bank Financial Group today awarded Arthur Slade the 2010 TD Canadian Children's Literature Award for his thrilling book, The Hunchback Assignments.

With support from the Saskatchewan Arts Board's Culture on the Go pilot program, Regina band Library Voices has embarked on a coast-to-coast national tour. The tour comes through Saskatchewan this week, with stops in Regina, Saskatoon, Moose Jaw, and Yorkton.

La Troupe du Jour's Artistic Director is this year's winner of the Henry Woolf Award for Continuing Achievement at the Saskatoon and Area Theatre Awards.

Join us for a Culture Days celebration in Regina - a free outdoor festival celebrating the rich diversity and vibrant culture of Saskatchewan through live music, performance, dance, art, food, creative expression and activities from around the world.

The Saskatchewan Arts Board is pleased to announce the recipients of the 2010 Lieutenant Governor's Arts Awards. The ceremony took place on Tuesday, September 21, 2010, at the Conexus Arts Centre in Regina. The awards celebrate the contributions and achievements made by individuals, groups and organizations to the arts in Saskatchewan.

With support from the Saskatchewan Arts Board's Culture on the Go pilot program, Saskatchewan artists are traveling to Rwanda to undertake and document a creative partnership between Saskatchewan musicians and Rwandan recording artists.

Saskatoon writer Guy Vanderhaeghe the first recipient of the Cheryl and Henry Kloppenburg Award for Literary Excellence.