SaskCulture Funding Programs support cultural activity throughout Saskatchewan. Click on the map or use the filters to get details.
The ABORIGINAL ARTS & CULTURAL LEADERSHIP GRANT supports the sharing of cultural skills and knowledge to young people through participatory cultural activity with First Nations or Métis arts and culture leaders.
Based on their mandate, some provincial cultural organizations may be eligible for ANNUAL GLOBAL FUNDING. This funding provides a broad base of financial assistance, which covers annual operations and programs costs, while allowing a high degree of freedom and flexibility to help foster growth and a diversity of cultural activities throughout the province.
The CAPACITY BUILDING GRANT, which was suspended in 2015, helped cultural organizations address capacity in responding to emerging needs and new initiatives/opportunities outside their current operations.
The COMMUNITY CULTURAL ENGAGEMENT AND PLANNING GRANT aims to support Saskatchewan municipalities and First Nations Bands wanting to explore, engage and plan for the creative and cultural potential of their community, and to support partnerships that promote cultural vitality, creativity and economic sustainability.
Culture Days is a collaborative, pan-Canadian movement designed to raise awareness, accessibility, participation and engagement of all Canadians in the arts and culture of their communities. The CULTURE DAYS FUNDING ASSISTANCE GRANT supports Culture Days initiatives that engage public participation and inspire future involvement in a wide range of cultural activities.
SaskCulture works with Eligible Cultural Organizations (ECOs) across Saskatchewan to provide arts & culture funding to groups across the province.
The MÉTIS CULTURAL DEVELOPMENT FUND supports community-based cultural activities and initiatives that preserve, strengthen and transmit Métis culture and traditions in Saskatchewan.
The MULTICULTURAL INITIATIVES FUND aims to advance multiculturalism in Saskatchewan by supporting projects that encourage people to share, learn, appreciate, respect and accept cultural diversity.
The MUSEUM GRANT PROGRAM provides three streams of operational support to qualifying museums throughout the province. The funding streams are representative of the various levels of development found in Saskatchewan museums, based on standards developed by the Museums Association of Saskatchewan.
Note: the data collected for participants, employees, leaders and volunteers is based on application and follow-up data provided by applicants.