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Call for Artists/Cultural Workers for Online Creative Activity Projects

SaskCulture, Deadline: November 25, 2020 - December 15, 2020
SaskCulture is seeking up to two Saskatchewan artists or cultural workers, who are interested in developing a short video series of step-by-step creative activity projects based on their creative discipline or practice. The projects will be used as part of a Culture Days initiative designed to support DIY creative activity for elementary school-aged children facing barriers to cultural participation, especially during the pandemic.

The successful candidates will be responsible for:
1. Filming and editing a video tutorial series (up to five videos) that leads online participants through a creative process resulting in several progressively more complex creative products;
2. Each ...

Call for Nominations

Rainbow Youth Centre, Regina Deadline: August 25, 2020 - March 31, 2021
The Rainbow Youth Centre (RYC) is now seeking candidates for the RYC Board of Directors (Volunteer). The Board is responsible for the governance of the RYC and for providing oversight, strategic direction, planning and vision, and developing and implementing organization policy.
The HR Committee will assess the candidates against the competency-based needs of the Board. Board members are selected based on particular skill set/expertise currently needed to support the Board.
Qualifications
The ideal candidate will meet the competencies identified by the board and have a combination of diverse skills, knowledge, experience, education and personal attributes.
The committee is seeking ...

8th Annual Saskatchewan Visual Art Project 2020 - 2021

Multi-Faith Saskatchewan, Saskatchewan-wide Deadline: September 14, 2020 - April 12, 2021
A project that has been recognized by RCE Saskatchewan as an Innovative Project.

A celebration of art, faith and spirituality. Saskatchewan Youth working through visual arts for peace, unity and care of the Earth.

Help us create a more inclusive, respectful world through your art. Your work will educate and inspire people of all ages to treat each other and our fragile environment with genuine respect and thoughtful action. Our project is open to all persons in grades 9 - 12 and there are great prizes.

See the link for more information regarding themes, rules, and the submission process.