November 21, 2019

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Give the Gift of Creativity this Holiday Season
Creative Kids Holiday Gift Campaign is back for another year! Here's your chance to give a child in need the opportunity to access creative activities. 100% of your donation goes directly to helping kids in your community. All donations receive a beautiful bookmark you can use as a keepsake or as a gift. Donate now!

Deadline Extension for SAB Board Nominations 
The deadline to submit nominations for the Saskatchewan Arts Board (SAB) board of directors has been extended to November 29, 2019. The SAB is seeking nominations of artists and arts professionals with strong backgrounds in the the professional literary, media or performing arts. More information, including the nomination form, can be found on the SAB website.
Art Facts Digital Campaign Launched
The Saskatchewan Arts Alliance launched Art Facts, a new digital campaign to showcase the value of the arts sector within society.  
Saskatchewan Advanced Education Minister Presents at UNESCO General Conference
Tina Beaudry-Mellor, Minister of Saskatchewan Advanced Education, was invited to open the November 12, 2019 evening panel on arts education at the UNESCO General Conference, taking place in Paris until November 27.  Her presentation was related to a global competencies framework the Canadian Ministers of Education Council (CMEC) has been working on. Minister Beaudry-Mellor shared information and successes from the Artists in School and  LIVE Arts programs with the global audience.
New Federal Cabinet Announced
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau unveiled a new cabinet including Steven Guilbeault as Minister of Canadian Heritage, as well as Bardish Chagger as Minister of the new Diversity and Inclusion and Youth department.
Save the Date: National Volunteerism Conference
The Volunteer Management Professionals of Canada and the Administrators of Volunteer Resources-Saskatchewan are co-hosting the Conference on Volunteerism in Saskatoon on June 8-10, 2020. More details will be available online here as they are confirmed.
NIB Trust Fund Open for Applications
The National Indian Brotherhood (NIB) Trust Fund for Groups and Organizations is now accepting online applications for education programs aimed at education, healing and reconciliation. The funds in NIB have been made available through the Indian Residential School Settlement Agreement and are available to First Nations and  M├ętis  citizens and organizations to access through a competitive application process. The application deadline is January 17, 2020; click to learn more   or to submit an application.
The scope and value of volunteerism in Canada is impressive. It is estimated that one in three Canadians volunteer. The value of these contributions is well in excess of one billion hours a year - an estimated 500,000 full-time jobs. Saskatchewan has been recognized as the province with the highest per capita rate of volunteerism for several years in a row - higher than the national average. Our volunteers are the backbone of the cultural sector and help many non-profits accomplish some of the most innovative, not to mention cost-effective, community programming in the country. Visit our Volunteerism web page to learn more about the types of roles volunteers play, the benefits of volunteerism, as well as more resources and links.  
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This Spring 2019 issue of  Engage highlights the work of some cultural leaders in Saskatchewan, as well as articles on community and youth engagement, diversity and inclusiveness and so much more! 

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. 
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