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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.

The 2012 Lieutenant Governor's Arts Awards were held in Saskatoon on Tuesday, September 18. Victor Cicansky was honoured with the Lifetime Achievement Award. Click through to read about the other recipients.

The Arts Board's 2011-12 Annual Report, full of stories and photos celebrating Saskatchewan artists and their work, is now available online.

At its upcoming board meeting on Friday, October 19, 2012, the board of directors of the Saskatchewan Arts Board will welcome its newest member, Saskatoon visual artist Jasmine Calix.

The Saskatchewan Arts Board has partnered with ideas inc to offer a unique entrepreneurship course for Saskatchewan's creative industries. The Creative Industries Entrepreneurship Course assists artists and creative industries entrepreneurs to develop sustainable careers or creative industries ventures.

The Arts Board's Regina office recently got a makeover! Stunning colour images of Saskatchewan art and artists now adorn its front windows. Visit us at 1355 Broad Street to get a closer look!

Saskatchewan Arts Board artist-in-residence Ward Schell worked with hundreds of visitors to the 2012 Queen City Ex to create Cultural Fabric, a large-scale collaborative mosaic.