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Michael Hosaluk bench in Saskatoon Police Headquarters

The Saskatchewan Arts Board has loaned Michael Hosaluk’s Stonehouse Bench to the City of Saskatoon for display and use in the new Saskatoon Police Headquarters.

Applications Accepted for Aboriginal Editors Circle

Applications are now being accepted for the second year of the Aboriginal Editors Circle, a unique program that promotes the diversity of literary voices in Canada. The Circle supports Canadian Indigenous literature by providing professional development for Aboriginal editors and publishers.

Provincial Artists Survey Results

Survey results show Saskatchewan artists are exceptionally cross-disciplinary and collaborative in their creative practice, forming links within the arts as well as outside the arts throughout Saskatchewan.

zine celebrates Indigenous artists

kimiwan zine is a hand-made, independent publication that promotes Indigenous artists and explores themes of identity and cultural resurgence.

Arts Board Strategic Plan

The Board of Directors of the Saskatchewan Arts Board is pleased to release our Strategic Plan, which will guide the agency in a fresh and dynamic direction. 

A community in mourning

Facing loss together

Sask. writer wins $60,000 writers' prize

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Saskatoon author Candace Savage has won this year's Hilary Weston Writers' Trust Prize for Nonfiction for A Geography of Blood: Unearthing Memory From a Prairie Landscape.

The jury described A Geography of Blood as "a part memoir, part history, part geological survey, part lament, part condemnation of the accepted myth of the settlement of the Western Plains, and above all, a haunting meditation on time and place."

Savage’s need-to-know curiosity has inspired dozens of books and essays on the widest possible range of subjects, from the cosmic science of the aurora, to the inner workings of a beehive. Her latest book, A Geography of Blood, serves as an eccentric sequel to her classic, Prairie: A Natural History.

The recipient of several Saskatchewan Book Awards, she is also a Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada. Savage was recently shortlisted for the 2012 Lieutenant Governor's Arts Award for Saskatchewan Artist. When she is not writing, she sings with Saskatoon's Choeur des Plaines and plays her squeezebox in the Saskatoon Fiddle Orchestra.

Savage has earned an international reputation for the charm and vitality of her thinking and her words. The author of more than two dozen books on an impressive breadth of subjects, she is a distinctive voice of western Canada, in conversation with the world.

For more on Candace Savage, visit www.candacesavage.ca.

Teachers' Website

Information on arts and learning grant programs, examples of successful projects, and other helpful resources for teachers.

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Grants and Funding

The Saskatchewan Arts Board has a variety of funding programs that address the needs of artists, arts organizations, and communities in Saskatchewan. These include grants, scholarships, and loans.

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Applications Accepted for Aboriginal Editors Circle

Eight Aboriginal editors from across the country will be selected to participate in the intensive five-day Circle, to be held from June 21 to 26, 2015, at Wanuskewin Heritage Park in Saskatoon.

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Chair and SIT!

Visitors to the Queen City Ex and Saskatoon EX worked with Saskatchewan Arts Board artist-in-residence Jody Greenman-Barber on a collaborative art project. Chair-themed art from our Permanent Collection was also on display.

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Thelma Pepper Receives Lifetime Achievement Award

Internationally acclaimed Saskatoon photographer Thelma Pepper is the recipient of the 2014 Lieutenant Governor's Arts Award for Lifetime Achievement. Presented by the Saskatchewan Arts Board, the awards celebrate the contributions and achievements of individuals, groups and organizations in the arts.



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