Some great opportunities for professional development:
Intro to Cultural Humility Training, Monday, February 26, 12pm-1pm - REGISTER HERE
SaskCulture is pleased to offer an introduction to the Aboriginal Friendship Centres of Saskatchewan’s (AFCS) Cultural Humility Training Course. This one-hour, virtual, webinar will provide participants with a sneak peek into the professional development opportunity being offered by AFCS for individuals, groups, and businesses that want to explore our ties to these lands, the commonalities in our journeys, the Indigenous groups in our province, and how that can be beneficial to our community as a whole.
Navigating the Insurance Maze. Thursday, February 29, 12pm-1:15pm - REGISTER HERE
Delivering effective culture, recreation, and sports programming in your community with peace of mind. Identify critical factors to evaluate during your organization’s annual policy review. Find insurance tailored to your group or community requirements.
Join Hannah Prior, artistic director for UK rural touring scheme Arts Alive and disability advocate, as she invites participants to look at where they are now with accessibility. Along with providing some practical knowledge on the concepts of disability, this engaging and interactive session will allow participants to assess their organization's accessibility wins to date and consider areas where there might be room for additional work. Small changes make big differences, collectively we truly have the potential to impact audience experiences deeply.
Calling all performers: artist submissions for Showcase 2024 are now open !! APPLY HERE
More information can be found HERE
The Arts on the Move open call for submissions is open! Due April 15, 2024!
Professional and emerging artists are invited to submit exhibition proposals for solo, two-person, or group touring exhibitions.
To submit your proposal, follow the LINK. For more information, email
Atim Maskikhiy will be on display at the Wanuskewin Heritage Park until Monday, March 25, 2024.
Curated by Dr. Jordan Woodsworth as part of the Healthy Dogs, Healthy Communities project, this show brings together 17 artists from the La Ronge area,
highlighting their interpretations and perspectives on the dog-human relationship in their community.
This exhibition is curated by Dr. Jordan Woodsworth, Director, Northern Engagement and Community Outreach, Western College of Veterinary Medicine. The artists featured in this exhibition are: Andrea Cowan, Caron Dubnick, Donna Langhorne, Hilary Johnstone, John Halkett, Larissa Muirhead, Miriam Körner, Molly Ratt, Myles Charles, Nancy Lafleur, Terri Franks, Sammi Kopeck, Abigail Clarke, Annalisa Heppner, Jade Roberts, Jasmine Grondin, and Wendy Cleveland.
Are you a musician or an ensemble committed to excellence in performance, and keen to share your talents with our audiences across the Canadian Prairies? Prairie Debut is inviting established and emerging professional Canadian classical and global music artists to apply to tour with them in the 2025-2026 season.
Would you be ready to learn more? Click HERE
Applications to tour with Prairie Debut are submitted through Acceptd. More details and the application link are now up on our website. The application deadline is March 22, 2024.