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Sarah Hagen PostponedJoe Trio postponed

The Sarah Hagen, Pianist and the Joe Trio tours scheduled for early February 2022 have been postponed.

New dates will be announced shortly.
WINTER WEBINARS - Virtual Online Sessions
Date: Wednesdays - Feb 9 & 16, March 2 & 9, 2022
Time: 7pm-8pm
Location: ZOOM Platform 
Facilitators: Evie Lavers, Rhythm Club 

This 4-part workshop series is tailored to OSAC Member Arts Councils. 

REGISTRATION will be opening in early 2022.

Session 1: Our Story, Your Success  - Wednesday, February 9 - 7pm

Get ready to kickstart your year & back to live approach with the first of four virtual series with Evie Lavers from Rhythm Club. In ‘Our Story. Your Success’ we’ll revisit your non-for-profits purpose, mandate, core values as well as your role and reasonability as a cultural leader. Over the weeks to come, we will then apply these ideas to create the story which will renew your authentic successful approach to communicating why we do what we do in the arts sector. 

Session 2: Canva Content Creation & How to use Canva Templates - Wednesday, February 16 - 7pm

Connecting the collective success of our sector strengths Evie Lavers from Rhythm Club will collectively harvest ideas, programming focuses for the year ahead to support your mandate, values, community. In this session, you’ll receive your very own content calendar & Canva’s brand book to work from in 2022 and into the future! 

Session 3: Social Media Overview & Self Audit - Wednesday, March 2 - 7pm

Spring is just sound the corner! What better way to  be covering Instagram & Facebook, how to set up the platforms as we progress into Metta. We’ll incorporate Evie’s top ten organic hacks for 2022 and how to incorporate them into your marketing strategy. 

Session 4: Creative Studio & Ads Manager - Wednesday, March 9 - 7pm

In this last session in our four-part series from Evie Lavers of Rhythm Club, we’ll take a deep dive into Creative Studio, how to schedule your Instagram post from your Facebook desktop and how to allocate your Ads Budget in 2022.


Evie Lavers is the owner of Rhythm Club, a full-service creative agency that specializes in training workshops and solutions for musicians, artists, small businesses and not-for-profit organizations. Born on the traditional land of the Nyoongar First Nations People (Perth, Western Australia) her passions are educating community-driven communications, facilitating arts administration & event coordination in support of rural communities and promoting inclusivity and systemic changes in the areas of music, arts & culture in Canada and Australia.

Evie is the co-producer of Tiny Lights Festival, works on Special Projects for Arts BC and Trainer for BC Touring Council. Recent achievements include the addition to her role as an Industry Expert to the Arts BC Insight Team; being selected as the only representative from BC to be accepted into the Canada Music Incubator Artist Manager Program in Toronto and sitting as Juror for Creative BC’s Advisory Panel. Her Colourful client partnerships in 2020 include training modules created and facilitated for Manitoba Arts Network, Organization of Saskatchewan Arts Councils, and Arts BC. 

Through her practice, both in-person and online, Evie holds space to create inclusive exchanges of opportunity and accessible educational engagements for her clients and their communities alike.

Rhythm Club 2021
Nestled on unceeded territories of the Sinixt, Syilx + Ktunaxa peoples, also know as Nelson British Columbia our mission at Rhythm Club is to create accessible, high-energy spaces for maximum learning so that our artists are equipped with the tools to share their gifts and partake in the re-localization and regeneration of our world. It is our aspiration to set the benchmark when it comes to creating safe places for creation that supports and foster local Canadian talent. We are helping create a more connected, creative and culturally aware Canada, where music systems are decolonized & celebrated.

Deadline to book has been extended to Friday, February 11, 2022.

Brochure, booking information and study guides for Spring 2022 school tours for Hip Hop Hoop Dance (SK), K-12 and Flyin’ Bob (AB), K-12 is available by clicking HERE 

Hip Hop Hoop Dance will tour in May & June and Flyin’ Bob will tour in June. Contact Marianne Woods

Happy Anniversary OSAC

OSAC was incorporated in June 1968 by a group of volunteers representing 8 arts councils in the province. They determined that to maintain and sponsor arts activities in their communities, a provincial organization should be formed to organize and coordinate programs.

The provincial organization would also act as a liaison between the community arts councils. The Saskatchewan Arts Board provided the funding necessary to establish OSAC.
In 1974, it was decided that if the arts councils were to maintain a provincial organization that it was imperative that an office with paid staff be established. Marguerite Gallaway was hired as the first Executive Director and the OSAC office opened in Estevan in April.

Today OSAC annually presents over 300 live community and school performances, attended by a total audience of approximately 75,000, and 80 visual arts exhibitions attended by over 40,000 people along with the annual Showcase Event. OSAC is now in more than 80 towns and cities; local arts councils and schools are keeping the arts alive. This is possible because of a dedicated network of volunteers committed to making culture an integral part of Saskatchewan community live, and vital funding from Saskatchewan Lotteries and Canadian Heritage.

OSAC was thrilled and honoured to accept the SK Arts Award – Saskatchewan Arts Award for Leadership, Organization in 2018.

Arts on the Move…Online is an online group of solo exhibitions, artist talks, and online video-based art tutorials.

The artists included in the online exhibitions represent a diversity of mediums including painting, photography, drawing, felting/fibre art, and sculpture..                                                              
The artists featured are Edie Marshall, Mohadese Movahed, Jamie Reynolds, Melanie Monique Rose, and Nic Wilson. Explore Arts on the Move HERE

The OSAC Artist Listing is a resource set up to connect visual artists and the general public through our members. The artists’ profile includes images, general artist info, links to social media, contact information, workshop info, categories of medium, and a C.V. Building a profile is completely FREE for the artists, as well as for anyone browsing the listing. CHECK OUT THE ARTIST LISTING HERE

This resource can connect artists with parents looking for online art lessons for their children, people hoping to purchase art and support a Saskatchewan artist, teachers looking for online art lesson content, and everything in between. OSAC will not be handling any exchange of services or products; the Listing is more of an “artist classifieds”. Please follow the link for the TUTORIAL LINK on how to set up your Artist profile.

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