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SaskCulture E-Update

May 25, 2022

National Indigenous History Month (June)

Pride Month (June)

Italian Heritage Month (June)

Filipino Heritage Month (June)

Portuguese Heritage Month (June)


Attend SaskCulture's 2022 AGM

SaskCulture will hold its Annual General Meeting on Friday, June 17, 2022 at 3:00pm on the Zoom virtual webinar platform. All members are welcome to attend and participate in the AGM, but only voting members are eligible to vote. Registration to attend is required by June 14, 2022; click here to register, or contact Nichole at the SaskCulture office at 306-780-9259.

SaskCulture's Annual Report for the year ending March 31, 2022 and detailed audited financial statements will be posted for members to review three weeks in advance of the AGM on SaskCulture's website.


We did it again! The final total donations for our TD Arts for Kids Campaign is $10,058! Add TD’s matching gift of $10,000, and that brings our grand total to $20,058! Thank you to all our generous donors.

A big THANK-YOU to TD Bank Group, and to our media sponsor, Harvard Media's 620 CKRM96.3 Cruz FMPlay92 Regina, and Regina's Rock Station, 104.9 The Wolf for their support.

SaskCulture Board Member Nominated for Sask Book Award

Wilfred Burton, a SaskCulture Board Member, is nominated for a 2022 Saskatchewan Book Award in the G. Murray and Edna Forbes Foundation Children's Award category for his book Road Allowance Kitten: Broken Promises. A full list of this year's nominees is available here.

Culture Days is Coming

Join thousands of creators and event organizers for a celebration of arts, culture and creative expression with national impact. Culture Days event registration is set to open by the end of the week – check out our Online Resources to find everything you need to get ready. SaskCulture’s Culture Days Hub Sponsorship opportunity is still open; contact Shelley Fayant for more information and to request an online application.

CARFAC Releases Indigenous Protocols for the Artistic Community

CARFAC released INDIGENOUS PROTOCOLS dot ART, a resource for navigating Indigenous protocols for visual artists and the artistic community, while establishing guidelines for respectful engagement with Indigenous Peoples.

Three Saskatchewan Connections at 2022 Indspire Awards

The Indspire Awards, which recognize Indigenous professionals and youth who demonstrate outstanding career achievement, announced three Laureates with Saskatchewan connections for 2022. Shayla Oulette-Stonechild (Youth), Tristen Durocher (Youth), and Terry Goodtrack (Public Service) were among those recognized for 2022.


Art Exhibition Putting Spotlight on Indigenous Women's Voices

Exploring Indigenous Identity and Resistance

Reducing Hiring Barriers for People with Disabilities

Priorities and Challenges for Nonprofits in the 2nd Quarter of 2022

5 Essential HR Best Practices for Small Nonprofits

Artist Brings Alternative History of Saskatchewan to Moose Jaw

Let's Talk: Reconciliation Conversations
When: Last Wednesday of Each Month - 11:00am CST
Where: Online
Who: ConnectR

Greening the Arts Sector

When: May 26, 2022 - 3:00pm EST

Where: Online

Who: Business/Arts

Free to attend, but registration is required. Click here to register.

Understanding and Protecting Against Cyber Risk
When: May 26, 2022 - 11:00am - 12:00pm CST
Where: Online
Who: Charity Village
Free to attend, but registration is required. Click here to register. Webinar will be recorded and registered users will receive a video link to the recording after the event.
Queer 101 - An Introduction to Identities, Language and Allyship
When: May 31, 2022 - 11:00am - 12:00pm CST
Where: Online
Who: Saskatchewan Parks and Recreation Association
Free to attend for SPRA members, $20 for non-members. Click here to register.

Pajama Party Politics: There is no Justice Without Access

When: May 31, 2022 - 10:00am - 12:00pm CST

Where: Online

Who: Listen to Dis', Saskatchewan Arts Alliance

Free to attend, but registration is required. Click here to register.

SaskShift Workshops - Knowledge Based Assessment
When: June 8, 2022 - 1:00pm - 3:00pm CST
Where: Online
Who: SK Arts
Find more information here; contact [email protected] for links to workshop.
Organizing Special Events
When: Seven module course, completed at your own pace.
Where: Online
Who: Tourism Saskatchewan
$30 registration fee, click here to register; contact [email protected] for more information.
COVID-19 Work Safe Leader Designation
When: 40 minute course; completed at your own pace.
Where: Online
Who: WorkSafe Saskatchewan
Free to attend, but registration is required. Click here to register.
SaskCulture Grants
Other Grants

Technology Microgrant for Community Museums

Deadline May 31, 2022

NIB Trust Individual Call for Applications

Deadline June 3, 2022

Walk For Reconciliation

Deadline July 1, 2022

Digital Access to Heritage - Museum Assistance Program

Deadline September 1, 2022

For projects taking place between September 1, 2022 - March 31, 2024

Na-mi-quai-ni-mak Community Support Fund

Deadline On-Going

Re-Skill Saskatchewan Training Subsidy

Deadline On-Going

Canada Cultural Spaces Fund

Deadline On-Going

Canada Community Revitalization Fund

Deadline On-Going


Deadline On-Going; 26 week service standard


Rentals Worker (Saskatoon) -

May 26, 2022

Summer Art Educator (Regina) -

May 25, 2022

Visitor Experience Team Member 


May 30, 2022

Executive Director (Saskatoon) -

May 31, 2022

Executive Director (Saskatoon) -

May 31, 2022

General Manager (Saskatoon)

May 31, 2022

Bilingual French Speaking Education Program Coordinator (Saskatoon) -

June 10, 2022

Volunteer Liaison Assistant

(Saskatoon) -

June 10, 2022

Marketing & Publicity Manager (Saskatoon)

June 10, 2022

Assistant Site Coordinator (Saskatoon) -

June 10, 2022

Submit Jobs

MAS Board of Directors Nominations

Deadline May 26, 2022

Saskatchewan Arts Awards Nominations

Deadline May 31, 2022

Board Member - Global Gathering Place

Deadline June 16, 2022

CARFAC Sask Foundational Mentorship

Deadline June 30, 2022

Call for Submissions - 2023 Threads Conference

Deadline July 31, 2022

MAS Conference 2022 - Call for Presenters

Deadline On-Going

CHRC Student Work Placement Program

Deadline On-Going

Indigenous Music Accelerator

Deadline On-Going

Submit Opportunities

Room for Exploring Cultures

Together at the Reading Place


Read the full story here.

"Knowledge is such a huge element in changing people. Focusing on children in grades one to four will help combat racism and create a deeper cross­-cultural understanding and appreciation of cultures. Only by sharing and learning will these individuals come to appreciate and respect their own and other cultures."


Cheryl Carley, President, The Reading Place


Yorkton Film Festival


May 26 - 29, 2022

Well-Versed Lecture with Jane Munro


June 2, 2022 - 7:00pm - 8:15pm

Cree: The People's Language


June 3 - 24, 2022

National Indigenous Peoples Day

(June 21)

Summer Solstice

(June 21)

Canada Multiculturalism Day

(June 27)

Promote Your Next Event for Free!
SaskCulture operates and maintains a free Events Calendar for organizations in Saskatchewan to promote their events. Help spread the word about your upcoming events using the calendar today! Events submitted through the events calendar can be highlighted in E-Update, shared through SaskCulture's social media pages, and can help further highlight your next event!
Invite SaskCulture to Your Next Member Event
SaskCulture is interested in connecting with you and your members. If you would like a SaskCulture Board Member to attend one of your next member events, in-person or virtually, please let us know. Connections with member groups helps us learn, grow and continue to provide programs and services that meet your needs. Contact Nichole Williams, Executive Assistant, SaskCulture at 306-780-9259 or [email protected] to make arrangements.

SaskCulture's E-Update is a bi-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 Sask Lotteries.