Lost and Found
Relearning the forgotten story of Yee Clun
(306) 780 - 9813
Type of Funding: Operational Funding
SaskCulture allocates lottery funds in the form of annual global grants to Eligible Cultural Organizations. There are currently 30 eligible cultural organizations, serving the areas of arts, heritage and multiculturalism.
The AGF grants support the annual operations of Eligible Cultural Organizations identified on the Minister’s Eligibility List, as well as over 400 associated groups at provincial, regional and local levels through these Eligible organizations’ own project and member funding programs. These diverse cultural organizations are rooted in community involvement and volunteer efforts. They support a tremendous cultural infrastructure that empowers Saskatchewan's cultural community to deliver a wide selection of cultural activities and services throughout the province.
The grant deadline is determined according to the organization's fiscal year end.
The Museums Association of Saskatchewan shows how food triggers Intangible Cultural Heritage
How Ukrainian and Japanese Canadians became prisoners of war in their own country during the World Wars’.
Northern Saskatchewan students build their own stories
Every year, several theatre groups compete the top prize at Theatre Saskatchewan’s TheatreOne competition.
Workshop tour creates an inspiring experience for both artists and students
Story Slam promotes understanding between cultures
On tour with the Saskatchewan Archaeology Society
Gaining confidence through dance
How a feast helps students share their culture
Saskatchewan students are taking an active interest in their heritage thanks to a school program designed to explore history and culture.
A visual art-based education program at Saskatoon’s Mendel Art Gallery combines both, and is building a creative legacy that will leave a mark on teachers and students for years to come.