• Pajama Party Politics: Access through Solidarity

    Join us on December 8th for a cultural conversation with Max Ferguson and Traci Foster on accessibility and accommodation. This event will kick off LTD’s and SAA’s Saskatchewan-based initiative – the creation of a living document on accessibility in the province that would support a broader understanding of access through the disability cultural lens.

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  • On Boredom; reflections on isolation and creativity

    Check out our latest op-ed by artist Edith Skeard: “in 2020, within a matter of days, I was one of the many people who went from having no leisure time to huge, unending swaths of it and nowhere to go but home.”

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  • Write your MLA today: Increase Arts Funding Now

    We are asking our members and those in the arts community to write to their MLA, the Premier, and/or the Minister of Parks, Culture, and Sport about the critical role the arts have in our province and to increase arts spending.

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  • SAA is pleased to introduce its 2022/2023 Board of Directors

    Thank you for a successful community forum and Annual General Meeting!

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  • SK Artist Registry

    If you are an artist – avocational or professional – living in Saskatchewan, we invite you to sign up for the Artist Registry and help us with our research projects.

    Join the Artist Registry

The Saskatchewan Arts Alliance (SAA) is an inclusive, member-driven coalition of arts organizations that provides a collective voice for the arts community of Saskatchewan.

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Art Works – On the Boards Staging Company

For over 20 years, the company has provided expertise and resources in the technical and administrative areas of production to help hundreds of independent artists and performer-producers stage their art. During the pandemic, however, cancellations have been the norm, and the Refinery space has been almost empty. Gallant-Morari’s concert had been cancelled twice before they finally pulled it off.

Inspiring Quotes

Jacqui Schumiatcher

To be a successful artist, you have talent, but you also have to have discipline, and passion, and a determination to achieve excellence.

Margaret Atwood

In the end, we’ll all become stories.

Rudyard Kipling

It’s clever, but is it Art?

Kermit the Frog

How important are the visual arts in our society? I feel strongly that the visual arts are of vast and incalculable importance. Of course I could be prejudiced. I am a visual art.

Advocacy means supporting a cause or a proposal, something you believe in, especially the importance of an issue to decision-makers.

Jacqui Shumiatcher

Joe Fafard

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