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Saskatchewan Arts Board Chair Pamella Acton is pleased to announce the appointment of five new members to the agency's Board of Directors: Jyotsna (Jo) Custead, Nadia Williamson, Gale Hagblom, Edie Marshall, and George Glenn.

Are you an artist in the Regina or Moose Jaw areas? Do you have a great idea for a project? Do you want to apply for a grant that helps? Come to a free grant writing workshop with Saskatchewan Arts Board consultant Philip Adams!

We've made changes to our Creative Partnerships and ArtsSmarts Saskatchewan programs, including new names and application closing dates.

During the week of November 30, 2015, the Arts Board conducted consultation meetings with over 60 arts organizations. What arts organizations had to share with us during this first phase of the review process of the Professional Arts Organizations Program (PAOP) has now been summarized in the What We Heard document.

Are you an artist in the Yorkton, North Battleford or Prince Albert areas? Do you have a great idea for a project? Do you want to apply for a grant that helps? Check out our Grant Writing Workshops with Lindsay Knight, consultant for Indigenous/Metis Artists and Communities.

The Arts Entrepreneurship and Business Development Course (AEBDC), presented by the Saskatchewan Arts Board and Creative Saskatchewan, is coming to Regina in February and March of 2016. Applications are now being accepted until February 3, 2016.

Late last year, we held nine meetings with more than 60 arts organizations as part of our review of the Professional Arts Organizations Program. Read about what we heard from the arts community.

The Saskatchewan Arts Board extends a warm welcome to our new Program Consultant, Lindsay Knight.

School children and other visitors to the 2015 Canadian Western Agribition participated in a hands-on art project led by felting artist Heike Fink.

The Saskatchewan Arts Board invites all arts organizations in the province to participate in the review of its Professional Arts Organizations Program. Community meetings will take place in Regina and Saskatoon from November 30 through December 3.