Government of Saskatchewan and administered by the Saskatchewan Arts Board through an agreement with the Ministry of Parks, Culture and Sport
Grants of up to $20,000 to Saskatchewan emerging and established artists for provincial, national and international touring activities. This program funds projects that are non-commercial in nature and build knowledge, expertise and networks for professional Saskatchewan artists and artistic products.
Additionally, projects should encourage innovative approaches to touring; connect audiences to Saskatchewan artists and artistic products; provide opportunities to discuss and present the work of Saskatchewan artists, present a unique opportunity to enhance their careers or artistic development, and benefit the arts in Saskatchewan.
1) In-province touring (minimum 3 presentations in 3 different communities).
2) Out-of-province touring (minimum 3 presentations in 3 different communities).
3) Run-outs (minimum 3 presentations in 3 different communities with no overnight stays).
GrantWatch ID#: 160357
Up to $20,000.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
(306) 964-1164 (Saskatoon) / (800) 667-7526 (Toll-free)
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