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ONE WEEK LEFT TO REGISTER FOR EARLY BIRD RATES: 2014 ARTS CONGRESS
Don’t forget to register for this year’s Arts Congress: Living Art(s) on May 2nd and 3rd at St Andrew’s College Main Lounge, 1121 College Drive, Saskatoon. Join us to discuss matters of resilience, risk taking, and public engagement in the arts. Presenters include Michael Greyeyes, Carolyn Warren, Larbi Sadiki, Yann Martel, Alice Kuipers, and the Honourable Kevin Doherty. For more information, visit SAA’s website. Early bird registration ends April 16th.
Remember that the deadline for the Park Town Hotel has been extended until April 17th. Make your reservations today, 306-667-6073.
CHECK IT OUT: SAA RELEASES ARTS ADVOCACY VIDEO
Check out Arts Matters, a short film made in partnership with the Saskatchewan Filmpool Cooperative and let us know what you think. The video features Rory Allen, Tom Bartlett, Sandra Birdsell, Katherine Boyer, Amber Christensen, Hon. Kevin Doherty, Milena Dzordeski, Pierre Lhéritier, Mirtha Rivera, Kim Sutherland, and Misty Wensel.
SAA TO CONSULT WITH MEMBERSHIP
SAA is consulting with its member organizations to get a picture of any challenges they might be facing. This will give us on-the-ground information to help inform our advocacy work. We are looking for an overall view of the “state of things” and we will be collating responses to avoid linking any specific answers to any specific organization.
If your organization would be interested in participating in these consultations, please email Ian: firstname.lastname@example.org, or call the SAA office. Our research officer, Ian McWilliams, will be conducting the consultations, which should take approximately 10 minutes via telephone.
SÂKÊWÊWAK ARTISTS’ COLLECTIVE SEEKS PROGRAMMING DIRECTOR: DEADLINE EXTENDED
Sâkêwêwak Artists’ Collective seeks a Programming Director. Reporting directly to the Board of Directors, the Director of Programming will be responsible for facilitating the short-term and long-term programming objectives of the organization. For more details, visit http://sakewewak.ca/careers/. The deadline has been extended to April 15, 2014.
SASKATCHEWAN ARTS ALLIANCE BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Pamela Haig-Bartley – President
Terry Fenton – Past President
Marcus Miller – Vice President
Kelley Jo Burke – Treasurer
Gordon Pepper – Secretary
The Saskatchewan Arts Alliance is a non-profit coalition of arts organizations that provides a collective voice for the arts in Saskatchewan. Established in 1984, SAA advocates on issues such as public funding of the arts, freedom of expression and artists’ working conditions.