December 13, 2017
None at this time

2018 Yorkton Film Festival Call for Submissions

Everett Baker Award - Call for Nominations

Summer Business Opportunities in Saskatoon Parks
Job Gallery

Director of Marketing - Temporary F/T (Saskatoon) - Jan 3

Consultant - Facilities and Training (Regina) - Jan 3

Team South West Games Assistant (Swift Current) - Jan 19
Check out SaskCulture's events listing for cultural activities around the province.
Give the Gift of Creativity this Holiday Season 
Give the Gift of Creativity this holiday season by making a donation to Creative Kids through its secure, online holiday gift catalogue. Choose from one of five areas of creativity - music, dance, theatre, culture or art - and receive a beautiful gift tag that you can give or keep.
All funds raised stay in Saskatchewan to support arts and culture engagement for deserving children and youth, and donations $20 and over are tax deductible. Place your order by December 15th to ensure delivery of your gift tag in time for Christmas. 

Holiday Office Hours
The SaskCulture office is closed December 25, 2017 and will reopen on January 2, 2018. E-Update will also be taking a break during this time and will return in the New Year.

Saskatchewan Artist Featured at the Smithsonian
Kevin McKenzie of the Cowessess First Nation is one of 10 artists featured in an exhibit in New York City at the National Museum of the American Indian at the Smithsonian Institute.
Working with Disruption and Resistance Training
The Multicultural Council of Saskatchewan is offering a one-day training opportunity for people engaged in facilitation work. Working with Disruption and Resistance will take place on January 19, 2018 in Saskatoon, and will equip participants with knowledge and methods to minimize the likelihood of various types of disruptions as well as how to manage these occurrences well for the benefit of all participants. Find out more through this link.
The secret to successful advocacy is no is the ability to identify an issue, understand it and expertly communicate it to others.

Check out this Know the Issue link to learn more about how to develop your position in a clear and consistent way, identify your audience and get your message out so that your organization's advocacy efforts are successful.
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The Spring 2017 issue of Engage shines the spotlight on cultural programs in the North including: a workshop tour to Pinehouse by the Saskatchewan Cultural Exchange; a Dene cultural camp in Vermette Lake for students from Buffalo River School; and a media arts project that gives a voice to youth in the North. 

SaskCulture's E-Update is a weekly electronic bulletin that includes information on upcoming SaskCulture events, programs and activities, along with other information and events that may be useful to cultural organizations, or individuals, interested in building a culturally vibrant community. 
SaskCulture receives financial assistance from Saskatchewan Lotteries. 
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