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A research study on the arts ecology of Saskatchewan has received a $200,000 grant from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada.

The third round of recipients of Creative Industries Transition Fund (CITF) grants included a wide cross-section of Saskatchewan's creative industries, including theatre, craft, publishing, screen-based media, music and dance.

Please consider nominating a deserving artist, group or arts organization for the 2013 Lieutenant Governor's Arts Awards. Higher cash prizes, a new award, and revamped categories are among the exciting changes announced for this year's awards.

Performing arts presenting generates a wide range of benefits for Canadians, the communities they live in and society at large, according to a report released by the Canadian Arts Presenting Association (CAPACOA) and partially funded by the Saskatchewan Arts Board.

Due to the overwhelming response of applicants to the Creative Industries Transition Fund (CITF), the cut-off date for applications to the third round of assessments has been extended by a week, to noon on April 19, 2013.

The latest recipients of Creative Industries Transition Fund (CITF) grants represent a wide cross-section of Saskatchewan's creative industries, including the publishing, music, theatre, screen-based media, craft, and literary genres.

The Saskatchewan Legislative Building has become a showcase for Saskatchewan art. Almost 60 pieces of artwork from the Arts Board's Permanent Collection are on display in common spaces of the building, and the Creative Play touring exhibition is at the Legislature until April 23.

The first recipients of Creative Industries Transition Fund (CITF) grants represent a wide variety of genres in the Saskatchewan creative industries, including music, theatre, publishing, film and interactive media.

The Saskatchewan Arts Board is pleased to announce the Creative Industries Transition Fund. This short-term grant program is available to Saskatchewan artists, professional arts organizations, companies, producers and creative industry sector organizations.

Saskatchewan Arts Board artist-in-residence Carol Morin worked with visitors at the Canadian Western Agribition to create a collaborative piece of art.