Celebrating Success

The Ananda Art House brings artists and audiences together for a unique experience of music, art-making and great Prairie food.

The SaskTel Saskatchewan Jazz Festival keeps jazz's beat going strong in this province and beyond.

The mosaic hanging in Kelliher School is more than a piece of art. It reflects students' knowledge about treaties and helps bridge the gap between First Nations and non-First Nations people in the community.

By organizing jams in people's living rooms to concerts on rooftops and everywhere in between, Phil Greer and Rich Taylor hope to inject even more life into Saskatoon's music scene.

Holly Luhning's first novel, supported by an Arts Board Independent Artists grant, has been thrilling readers and critics across the continent.

Congratulations to all the Saskatchewan nominees for the 2011 Aboriginal People's Choice Music Awards. The awards will be handed out on November 4, 2011 in Winnipeg, MB.

News and current events.

A program at the Cowessess First Nation gives youth the opportunity to learn about their cultural background through drumming, singing, dancing, and making pow-wow regalia.

Don Kerr is happy to be part of a tradition of poet laureates in Saskatchewan, which include Glen Sorestad, Louise Halfe, and Robert Currie.

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