In the Media

The Arts Entrepreneurship & Business Development Course is accepting applications from artists and creative entrepreneurs in the Lloydminster, Saskatoon and Regina areas.

For the past six weeks, Save On Foods has hosted local authors for weekly book signings.

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.

Changes have been made to the Culture on the Go Event Travel program to serve artists better.

Andy Shauf may be in the midst of a heavy touring schedule but the good news continues to roll in for the Regina musician.

Regina Deaf and Hard of Hearing students launch the innovative production, Deaf Crows, with the help of an Artists in Schools grant.

The Saskatchewan Arts Board is accepting nominations for the 2016 Saskatchewan Arts Awards. Deadline is June 30.

Saskatoon City Hall is hosting a Fafard sculpture from the Arts Board's Permanent Collection for three months. 

Filmmaker Kevin Smith is seeking provincial support for a movie project in Saskatchewan.

Arts organizations are celebrating a change to Creative Saskatchewan's funding criteria.

The Saskatchewan Arts Board is reviewing our Independent Artists program over the next few months, and we want you to be involved!

The annual contribution of Canada's arts and culture industry is 7.4 per cent of real GDP, accounting for 1.1 million jobs.

The Curtain Razors theatre company is rebuilding in the year after Michele Sereda's death.

What artists and arts organizations need to know.