Arts and Innovation

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75% of Saskatchewan people think the arts and artists are important to the creative or innovative capacity of other businesses/professionals.

Art and Jobs

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Saskatchewan arts and culture industries create over 13,600 jobs!

Art and Place

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84% of Saskatchewan respondents think that the arts and artists are important to our shared sense of place.
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The Value of Arts for Social Cohesion in Saskatchewan

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Drawing on concepts of cultural ecology and social capital, this report examine public perceptions of the arts within Saskatchewan’s urban and rural contexts.

Saskatoon Artist and Arts spaces 2018

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In September 2018, the City of Saskatoon contracted the Saskatchewan Arts Alliance to conduct consultations with Saskatoon artists regarding Saskatoon arts spaces.

The Creative Power of Photographic Art: Finding My Passion

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Art is the most valued thing in the world...it is the expression of the highest form of human energy, the creative power nearest to the divine. The power is within - the question is how to reach it. Arthur Wesley Dow It’s the creative…

The Lasting Effects of Artist-Teacher Partnerships on Former Students of Broadview School

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In 2004, Broadview School began a six-year journey with ArtsSmarts Saskatchewan*, a grant program that provided money for teachers to partner with professional artists in the classroom.

The Arts Engage

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Infographic about the popularity of art in Saskatchewan.

The Arts Work

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Infographic that states the economic contribution of the arts in Saskatchewan and Canada

The Arts Empower

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Infographic about the importance of art to get youth ready for life.

Arts Build Brains

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Infographic about the importance of the arts for brain health.

Arts Facts Postcards

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SAA Postcards with easily digestible arts facts for your everyday advocacy needs!

Art Works – Listen to Dis

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Listen to Dis’ community-based programming offers opportunities for participants to immerse themselves in the creation and production of various forms of theatre art, regardless of their physical abilities. This article was written by Wanda Schmöckel. 

Art Works – Sâkêwêwak Artists’ Collective

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At Regina’s Performing Arts Centre, Sâkêwêwak Artists’ Collective’s new shared gallery space shows work by First Nations artists in recognition of Canada’s 150th, a difficult anniversary for many Indigenous people. In the auditorium, an interdisciplinary panel speaks to the thorny question of cultural appropriation.

Art Works – New Dance Horizons’ Pelican Project

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New Dance Horizons’ Pelican Project will be travelling to Vancouver to create a procession with the theme of the great blue heron.