Celebrating Success

The Government of Saskatchewan is proud to invest $500,000 in arts and culture funding over the next two years.

Saskatchewan artist Zane Wilcox has received the International Sculpture Center's Outstanding Student Achievement in Contemporary Sculpture Award for 2011.

BreakOut West is proud to announce the nominees for the 2011 Western Canadian Music Awards. The awards will be presented at the Yukon Arts Centre in Whitehorse, YT during BreakOut West 2011 on Sunday, October 23.

Congratulations to the Saskatchewan musicians who have been nominated for the 2011 Western Canadian Music Awards!

Saskatoon metal band Untimely Demise has signed a worldwide multi-album deal with the Sonic Unyon Metal label.

Cathryn Miller from Saskatoon wins the prestigious Premier's Prize for the most outstanding work in the exhibition Dimensions for her altered book entitled Thinking Cap #3.

People living with disabilities face many barriers, not the least of which is having their voices heard. An innovative partnership between the South Saskatchewan Independent Living Centre (SSILC) and Common Weal Community Arts provides these individuals with opportunities to develop their artistic potential and tell their stories.

After reading all of the non-adult books in her small-town library, Emily Garland decided that if she still wanted to read, she would just have to write books.

The Saskatchewan Motion Picture Industry Association (SMPIA) was in Los Angeles last week to market Saskatchewan's Media Production Industry thanks to a Government of Saskatchewan funded program at the Saskatchewan Arts Board.

A rough idea sketched on a napkin a few years ago has led to the creation of Saskatchewan's first recording arts school. The Recording Arts Institute of Saskatoon (RAIS) is supported by the first Small Business Loan from the Flexible Loan Program, administered by the Arts Board.