SAA Bulletin – February 2005
In this issue?
- SAA Is On the Move?
2005 Arts Congress
Business and the Arts Case Study #1
Regina Mayor?s Luncheon for Business & The Arts
Society for Arts in Healthcare
SAA IS ON THE MOVE?
Saskatchewan Arts Alliance is moving its office to a new location. As of March 1, 2005, our new address is #205A 2314 ? 11th Ave., Regina, S4P 0K1. All other coordinates remain the same.
2005 ARTS CONGRESS
The 2005 Arts Congress will be held in Regina on May 6th and 7th. Watch for details in the coming weeks.
BUSINESS AND THE ARTS CASE STUDY #1
In 2004, Saskatchewan Arts Alliance conducted a project to research the service relationship between arts and business. The project resulted in Business and the Arts: Service Relationship Indicators Final Report. To augment the final report, six case studies were written to illustrate a number of concepts and principles described in the report.
In this Bulletin, we present Case Study #1: Art Gallery of Swift Current Business and the Arts: Case Study #1, which speaks about the importance of the arts contributing to quality of life, and shows the need for organizations to nurture relationships and properly acknowledge support.
For a copy of the Business and the Arts Final Report, contact the SAA at (306)780-9820 or firstname.lastname@example.org. An Executive Summary of the report is available on the SAA website at Business and the Arts Final Report: Executive Summary.
REGINA MAYOR?S LUNCHEON FOR BUSINESS & THE ARTS
The first ever Regina Business & Arts Awards were presented at the inaugural Mayor?s Luncheon for Business & The Arts recently held in Regina. At the luncheon, Mayor Fiacco committed to holding the event annually as part of the continued support by the City of Regina to the Arts and Business communities. Congratulations to the winners of the awards:
Innovative Support of the Arts ? TRLabs Regina
Sustained Support of the Arts ? Jacqui Shumiatcher
Employee Engagement in the Arts ? SaskTel Retail Store
Excellence in Arts Management ? Dunlop Art Gallery
Lifetime Achievement ? Bob Boyer
Emerging Artist ? Amy Matysio
SOCIETY FOR ARTS IN HEALTHCARE
The 2005 Society for Arts In Healthcare Conference and the First Canadian International Conference on the Arts In Healthcare holds the annual conference, No Borders: pARTners in HEALTHcare in Edmonton, Alberta June 22 ? 25, 2005. For more information go to www.societyartshealthcare.org/annual/
This spring, the Centre for Cultural Management at the University of Waterloo is offering online professional development courses leading to Certificates of Completion and Specialist Diplomas for arts and heritage managers through Manageculture.com. The courses are intended for administrative staff and managers of cultural organizations who are interested in enhancing their skills while working and mid-career managers wishing to upgrade their knowledge when moving into new management areas. The content of the courses is broadly-based, dealing with principles of management that apply to all areas of arts and heritage. For more information about manageculture.com, contact Sylvia Hannigan at email@example.com or (519) 888-4567, ext. 5058.
SAA BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Skip Kutz, President
Kim Houghtaling, Vice-President
Jill Reid, Secretary
Marnie Badham, Treasurer
Lori Green, Past President