The Saskatchewan Arts Board has established adjudication procedures for all funding programs to ensure applications are assessed by qualified people.
Deadlines vary from program to program. Applications must be submitted or postmarked by the deadline date, as indicated in the program's application package.
Information submitted in grant applications is collected, used and disclosed in accordance with the provisions of the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act and the Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act. View our full confidentiality statement here.
Questions? Check the Grants and Funding FAQs.
The Aboriginal Editors Circle provides Aboriginal editors and publishers with peer mentorship, dialogue and knowledge on issues distinct to editing manuscripts by Indigenous authors. The Circle will be held June 22-27, 2014, near Saskatoon.
April 16, 2014 Extended to April 28, 2014
The Access Copyright Foundation provides grants to publishers, individual creators and publishing, writing and visual arts organizations.
Deadline for Research Grants: February 1
Deadline for Events Grants: November 1
The Arts Entrepreneurship & Business Development Course assists Saskatchewan artists and arts entrepreneurs to develop sustainable careers or business ventures in the province.
Deadline has passed
ArtsSmarts Saskatchewan offers schools and their communities a chance to enhance arts-related activities that are linked to educational outcomes through partnerships with professional artists.
Deadline: November 1
Funding for creative industry initiatives may be available through Creative Saskatchewan.
The Creative Partnerships program encourages and stimulates partnership opportunities that contribute to community development and animation through the arts.
Deadline for Explore and Connect/Explore and Develop: November 15
Deadline for Artist in Residence: May 15
The Culture on the Go program funds projects that are non-commercial in nature and encourage innovative approaches to touring and connect audiences to Saskatchewan artists and artistic products.
Deadline for Travel: Anytime during the year
Deadline for Touring: Deadline has passed
Eligible Organizations Annual Global Funding supports eligible provincial cultural organizations with program mandates in the arts in Saskatchewan.
Deadline: February 1, 2016
This program is under review. As such, applications are not being accepted at this time.
The Independent Artists Program supports Saskatchewan artists to pursue their creative work and careers by funding creative, professional development or research projects, and the production and/or presentation of artistic works.
Deadlines: March 15 and October 1
The Indigenous Pathways Initiative funds Indigenous artists in Saskatchewan to develop their artistic/cultural practices or share their art, skills and teachings.
Deadlines: April 15 and November 15
Premier’s Centennial Arts Scholarships provide financial assistance to Saskatchewan undergraduate students in their development as professional artists.
Deadline: May 15
The Professional Arts Organizations Program provides annual or multi-year funding to support an organization's professional arts programs and services, and governance, management, administrative and operational functions.
Deadline has now passed
Programs that may serve similar needs:
The Saskatchewan Foundation for the Arts Artists Awards Program provides financial assistance to Saskatchewan artists to create or develop new work or work in progress.
Deadline: Deadline has passed
The SaskFestivals program supports festivals and other presenters in the province through multi-year, annual or project funding.
Deadline for Multi-year: Deadline has now passed
Deadline for Annual: January 15
Deadline for Project: October 15
Travel Grants can now be found under the Culture on the Go program.