News Archive

Our 2015-16 Annual Report, Changing Horizons, focuses on the opportunities the Arts Board offers to change horizons for people across Saskatchewan.

The Saskatchewan Arts Board is pleased to announce the addition of 44 new pieces of artwork – including ceramics, textiles, paintings and jewellery – to its Permanent Collection of Saskatchewan art and craft.

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.

The current poet laureate of the province, Gerald Hill, comes from Herbert, a town with less than 800 inhabitants that has launched more than its share of talent.
 

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

The Saskatchewan Arts Board is pleased to announce the members of the advisory committee for our Independent Artists program review.

We're holding public consultations in Yorkton, Saskatoon, Regina, Prince Albert, Swift Current or La Ronge to hear artists' concerns about the Independent Artists program. 

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