#WeAreSK Public Service Announcements
During Culture Days 2013, the Multicultural Council of Saskatchewan hired a freelance journalist, Evie Ruddy, and a videographer, Jason Rister, to travel around the province.
Important Link in Saskatchewan's North
The Northern Sport, Culture and Recreation District brings community together
Competition unites community theatre in Saskatchewan
Every year, several theatre groups compete the top prize at Theatre Saskatchewan’s TheatreOne competition.
Production shares important Métis history
Live theatre has the power to touch audiences in a way few other art forms can. The play The Trial of Louis Riel has been reaching out and touching people with its story for 47 years.
More Than Just Theatre: GTNT Students Connect to Their Cultural Identity
The Kiwek Project
St. Francis School in Saskatoon partners with artists from the Gordon Tootoosis Nīkānīwin Theatre to create a Cree language play interpreted from the Hollywood movie Jumanji.
Artists ‘animate’ Culture Days in Saskatchewan
Since 2010, SaskCulture has hired Saskatchewan artists, from a variety of disciplines, to interest people – planners and public - in participating in Culture Days, a three-day event held during the last weekend in September each year.
Saskatchewan Native Theatre Company’s upcoming production to focus on empowering multicultural themes
This upcoming spring, the Saskatchewan Native Theatre Company (SNTC) will be showcasing a touching and inspirational story about a young girl discovering her cultural identity.
New Theatre Company Shares Stories of Newcomers
Love of Theatre Growing in the North
Northern Saskatchewan students build their own stories
Collaboration and Cultures: Curtain Razors brings Aztec heritage to the Prairies
Theatre has the power to transport us to new, imaginary worlds, and recently, Regina’s Curtain Razors brought a new world to life in their unique international performance, "Codice Remix."
Culture Synk brings out the creative voice of youth
The youth in the northern Saskatchewan Village of Sandy Bay felt they had nothing to do, or at least that is how they saw it until a group of artists known as Culture Synk came to the village for six days to create a collaborative music video project call