Learn more about the Independent Artists Program at our grant information workshop in Regina on August 30!

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 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.

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 2016 Mary Donaldson Memorial Lecture
Lindsay Knight
Indigenous Conceptualizations of Creativity
Thursday, May 5, 7 p.m.
Radisson Hotel Saskatoon

Over the next few months, the Saskatchewan Arts Board will be examining how it supports independent artists in the province. While this review will look at the Independent Artists Program, it aims to go beyond a basic survey.

The Saskatchewan Arts Board has made great strides toward its strategic goals in the past several months.

Are you an artist in the Saskatoon area? 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!

The Access Copyright Foundation is pleased to announce that 16 Canadian cultural organizations have been awarded a total of $100,000 in Event Grants in the Foundation's latest round of grant funding.