|ACTRA (Alliance of Canadian Cinema, Television and Radio Artists)|
ACTRA is the union of more than 22,000 professional performers working in English-language recorded media in Canada.
|AKA Artist-Run Centre|
AKA artist –run supports the creation and development of artist driven initiatives and emerging practices that speak to, reflect and encourage dialogue in our culturally diverse communities.
|Allan Sapp Gallery|
The purpose of the Allen Sapp Gallery is to serve the citizens of North Battleford and the province of Saskatchewan by exhibiting, collecting, preserving and interpreting original works by Allen Sapp.
|Art Gallery of Regina|
The Art Gallery of Regina is an independent, public art gallery. The Gallery features contemporary art work with an emphasis on Saskatchewan artists.
|Art Gallery of Saskatchewan - Remai Modern|
Remai Modern is a new museum of modern and contemporary art coming to life in Saskatoon, a growing city on the vast and ever-changing Canadian Prairies.
|Art Gallery of Swift Current|
Since 1974, AGSC has been providing access to expressions of human spirit and imagination, from art historical and traditional forms to modern and contemporary artwork
|artSpace Saskatoon Inc.|
artSpace Saskatoon envisions developing and managing a large building or collection of buildings housing reasonably priced permanent studios for working artists, establishing a communal location.
BlackFlash Magazine is about photography and new media in art. They present critical opinions and ideas about contemporary art from across Canada, the United States and beyond.
|Blue Sky Cultural Connections|
Blue Sky Cultural Connections is a non-profit community-based organization working to build collaborations in the visual, literary and performing arts, in Canada and abroad.
CARFAC SASK is a non-profit, volunteer-based provincial cultural organization representing visual artists in Saskatchewan. CARFAC SASK is affiliated nationally with CARFAC National.
The Chapel Gallery is a public gallery which provides public access to and ownership of the art heritage of North Battleford, its region and province.
|Common Weal Community Arts Inc.|
Founded in 1993, Common Weal is a Saskatchewan-based non-profit organization that uses art as a tool for social development.
|Conseil Culturel Fransaskois|
The CCF develops programming, policies, and activities that will allow the Fransaskois community to achieve its cultural and creative potential thereby increasing its economic viability.
The Cultural Exchange delivers art programs in collaboration with community throughout Saskatchewan.
Personal, intimate and experiential, Curtain Razors is Saskatchewan's longest tenured experimental theatre company and encourages the practice of modern theatre across Canada, and internationally.
Dance Saskatchewan is a non-profit organization committed to the advancement of dance.
|Dunlop Art Gallery|
The Dunlop Art Gallery is dedicated to engaging, researching and presenting a diverse range of visual artwork. The main focus is on contemporary culture.
|Estevan Art Gallery and Museum|
The Estevan Art Gallery and Museum encourages involvement in the dissemination and development of artistic, cultural and historical practices.
Globe Theatre is the oldest and largest performing arts organization and regional theatre in Saskatchewan. It's located in the historic Prince Edward Building in the heart of downtown Regina.
|Godfrey Dean Art Gallery|
The Dean exhibits in both galleries about every six weeks. It also opens its doors to local cultural and artistic programming, and welcomes performers, poets and musicians.
|Gordon Snelgrove Gallery|
The Gordon Snelgrove Gallery is teaching facility and a public gallery. It provides a venue for new work by artists and curators both within the department and the wider community.
|Gustin/Trounce Heritage Committee Inc.|
Gustin House, a musical-cultural centre and a Provincal Heritage Property, was the home and studio of the distinguished piano teacher, Lyell Gustin (1895-1988).
Heritage Saskatchewan is the collective voice of all those who value heritage in Saskatchewan.
|La Troupe du Jour Inc.|
La Troupe du Jour (LTDJ) is a professional non-profit theater that develops in Saskatchewan, through the creation, training, production and distribution.
|Les Éditions de la Nouvelle Plume|
Les Éditions de la nouvelle plume sont au service d’une minorité linguistique voulant exprimer clairement et en français son passé, son vécu, ses rêves, son avenir.
|Listen to Dis Community Arts Organization Inc|
Listen to Dis Community Arts Organization Inc. is a non-profit organization that equips and enables people with disabilities to create and participate in art.
|MacKenzie Art Gallery|
The MacKenzie Art Gallery's mission is to serve our community by exhibiting, collecting, preserving and interpreting original works of art.
|Mann Art Gallery|
Mann Art Gallery, established in Prince Albert in 1978, strives to engage and facilitate the development, presentation and preservation of the visual arts in a diverse and inclusive community.
|Moose Jaw Museum + Art Gallery|
The Moose Jaw Museum & Art Gallery interprets the authentic history of Moose Jaw and area.
|Neutral Ground Artist Run Centre and Gallery|
Neutral Ground is an art gallery that creates, presents and curates original visual and media art projects and facilitates developmental opportunities for artists.
|New Dance Horizons|
New Dance Horizons is dedicated to celebrating new visions in Canadian contemporary dance. Since 1968, NDH has presented internationally acclaimed dance shows & activities that engage the community.
|Northern Lights Bluegrass and Old Thyme Music Society|
The Society provides opportunities to enjoy and participate in bluegrass and old time music and preserves and promotes these genres in Saskatchewan and beyond.
|On the Boards|
Founded by artists in 1978, On the Boards introduces audiences to international innovators in contemporary dance, theatre and music while developing and presenting new work.
The Organization of Saskatchewan Arts Councils (OSAC), acts as an umbrella for community arts councils and schools across the province.
PAVED Arts is a non-profit, community-based organization that exists to advance knowledge and practices in what we call the 'PAVED Arts' arts: photography, audio, video, electronic and digital.
Celebrating its 36th season of operation, Persephone Theatre is Saskatchewan's largest live theatre company and is located at beautiful River Landing in downtown Saskatoon.
|PotashCorp Children's Festival of Saskatchewan|
The festival was founded by Cass Cozens and Joan Flood, to create a high quality festival of the performing arts for children artistic excellence, multiculturalism, arts education, and global vision.
|Regina Folk Festival Inc.|
Regina Folk Festival Inc. (RFF) is a non-profit that throws some wonderful events throughout the year.
|Regina International Fringe Theatre Festival|
The Regina International Open Theatre Society (R.I.O.T.S.) is a community based, non-profit corporation formed to produce the annual Regina International Fringe Theatre Festival, and Kid's Fringe.
|Regina Symphony Orchestra|
The Regina Symphony Orchestra is a full scale, fully professional orchestra that, in a 39 week season.
Remai Modern is a thought leader and direction-setting art museum that boldly collects, develops, presents and interprets the art of our time.
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Roadside Attractions/Crosstown Entertainment 718 Eastlake Avenue Saskatoon SK S7N 1A3 Concert Producer & Marketing Specialist; Event Planner & Programmer
|Sage Hill Writing Experience|
Sage Hill provides professional development opportunities for writers at all stages of their careers.
|Sakewewak Artists' Collective|
Sakewewak's programming takes the form of exhibitions, performances, screenings, residencies, interdisciplinary & site specific works, symposia and our annual Storytellers Festival.
|Saskatchewan Association of Theatre Professionals|
Sask. Assoc. of Theatre Professional support the development, creative practices, and production of Saskatchewan's theatre professionals.
|Saskatchewan Band Association|
We facilitate and promote meaningful band opportunities and experiences, connecting musicians and communities across Saskatchewan.
|Saskatchewan Book Awards|
The Saskatchewan Book Awards recognizes and celebrates excellence and diversity in Saskatchewan writing and publishing.
|Saskatchewan Choral Federation|
The Saskatchewan Choral Federation is a non-profit, charitable organization dedicated to the elevation and enhancement of choral music in Saskatchewan.
|Saskatchewan Craft Council|
The Saskatchewan Craft Council (SCC) is a non-profit organization representing professional Craft Artists, Craft organizations, and patrons of Fine Craft in the province of Saskatchewan.
|Saskatchewan Drama Association|
Saskatchewan Drama Association is a Provincial Culture Organization with SaskCulture, Inc. and a Special Subject Council of the Saskatchewan Teachers' Federation.
|Saskatchewan Festival of Words|
The Festival of Words celebrates the imaginative use of words (oral and written), in all forms so as to entertain and enlighten readers and listeners.
|Saskatchewan Filmpool Cooperative|
The Saskatchewan Filmpool Cooperative is a non-profit artist-run centre, which supports, encourages and assists independent visionary filmmaking in Saskatchewan.
|Saskatchewan Media Production Industry Association|
SMPIA is a provincial, member-based non-profit organization that is governed by a volunteer board of directors. Established in 1985.
|Saskatchewan Music Educators Association|
The Saskatchewan Music Educators Association (SMEA) is a non-profit, charitable organization committed to the advancement of excellence in music education in Saskatchewan.
|Saskatchewan Music Festival Association|
Providing excellence in music performance and educational opportunities for students and teachers through competitive music festivals in the Province of Saskatchewan.
|Saskatchewan Orchestral Association|
The Saskatchewan Orchestral Association (SOA) is an organization dedicated to support, encourage, inspire and educate the orchestral community and people of Saskatchewan.
|Saskatchewan Playwrights Centre|
The Saskatchewan Playwrights Centre (SPC) is an organization with a mandate to serve the development of both Saskatchewan plays and playwrights.
|Saskatchewan Writers' Guild|
Founded in 1969, the Saskatchewan Writers’ Guild is a provincial cultural organization that represents writers in all disciplines and at all levels of achievement.
|Saskatoon Community Youth Arts Programming|
Saskatoon Community Youth Arts Programming (SCYAP) was established in 2001 to offer visual and graphic arts training and activities to youth at risk in the Saskatoon area at no cost.
|Saskatoon Musicians' Association. Local 553 FofM|
We are the largest organization in the world representing the interests of professional musicians.
The vision of Saskatoon Opera is to be an Opera Company that is a star on the regional cultural landscape.
|Saskatoon Symphony Orchestra|
The Saskatoon Symphony Orchestra's mission is to enhance and reflect the artistic and cultural life of Saskatoon and area through exceptional orchestral music.
SaskBooks is Saskatchewan’s provincial creative industry association for book publishers . We don’t publish books, but are a member-based not-for-profit association whose members are book publishers.
SaskGalleries is the not-for-profit organization dedicated to promoting, developing and encouraging the growth of Saskatchewan professional art galleries who exhibit and sell original works of art.
SaskMusic stimulates the growth and development of the Saskatchewan music industry through leadership, promotion, training, advocacy and partnership.
|Shakespeare on the Saskatchewan Festival|
Shakespeare on the Saskatchewan Festival Inc. continues to provide exciting contemporary and traditional productions of plays by Shakespeare and his contemporaries.
|Station Arts Centre Co-op|
The goals of the Station Arts Centre mirror the belief of its founders that participation in the arts in whatever form adds a significant dimension to the life of individuals, families and community.
|Street Culture Kidz Project|
Street Culture Kidz Project is a non-profit, charitable organization in Regina, Saskatchewan that mentors and supports under-serviced youth.
Sum Theatre is dedicated to providing Theatre in the Park for free. We want to make sure people of all ages and social and economic backgrounds can access theatre. We work with many wonderful partners
|Terry Schwalm and Associates|
Terry Schwalm & Associates specializes in strategic planning, market research, business and organizational development, cultural tourism and training.
Thistledown Press was founded in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan in 1975 to publish and promote the writing of both new and established prairie writers.
|U of R Faculty of Fine Arts|
The U of R Faculty of Fine Arts is the place for you to express and expand your ideas as an artist.
|U of R Press|
The University of Regina Press (U of R Press) is Saskatchewan's only scholarly publishing house.
|USCAD/Community Arts Program|
USCAD is a hands-on, flexibly designed non-degree Certificate of Attendance that helps you build skills, confidence and understanding in the visual arts.
|Yorkton Arts Council|
The Yorkton Arts Council provides opportunities to engage in the arts through inspiration, education and entertainment.
|Yorkton Film Festival|
The Yorkton Short Film & Video Festival is the longest running festival of its kind in North America.