SaskCulture: Workshops, Grants, Employment Opportunities

Promoted workshops, grant applications and job opportunities in SK from SaskCulture.
Land Based Connections & Belonging
When: Thursday, March 5, 2020

Where: Saskatchewan Beach Community Hall (249 Lakeview Avenue), Saskatchewan Beach

Genealogy 101 (3:00pm - 5:00pm) - Mini-Workshop presented by the Saskatchewan Genealogical Society will show you how to shake your family tree and discover your roots. They will share some tricks of the trade on research and exploration.

Land Acknowledgements (6:30pm - 7:30pm) - Aaron Tootoosis, from the Office of the Treaty Commissioner, will discuss the importance of Treaty acknowledgements and the enduring relationship that exists between Indigenous Peoples and their traditional territories.

posakanaciweyiniwak: nitaskinan (7:30pm - 8:00pm) - Author and Story Teller, Senator Bill Strongarm will share with us excerpts from his new book on sites of importance for the Touchwood Hills people in the Last Mountain Lake Region.

Light dinner served around 5:30pm. Participants are welcome to attend all sessions, or just the ones in the afternoon or evening as desired.

Cost: Free to those who live in the Prairie Central District, $20 for those outside district boundaries.

Registration is required by March 3, 2020. Click here to register.

Building Intercultural Competence
When: 8:30am - 12:00pm, Wednesday, March 25, 2020

Where: mâmawêyatitân centre, 3355 6th Avenue, Regina, SK

What: Intercultural competence has been described as the missing link between diversity and inclusion. Inclusion hinges on the capability of leaders and managers to understand, accept, and adapt to cultural differences in their employees and clients. In a diverse workforce, intercultural competence is integral to improving intercultural interactions and retention for the organization.

Who: Angeline Chia, Sights on Success Consulting

Cost: Free, Registration is required. Click here to register.

Register for SaskCulture's Nonprofit Lifecycles Capacity Lab 2020
SaskCulture invites members to consider participating in its upcoming Lifecycles Capacity Lab! The Capacity Lab is a blend of in-class learning and practical applications that will help executive directors and board members work together to explore the health of their organizations based on five Nonprofit Lifecycle areas: programming, governance, financial resources (business model), management/staffing and administrative systems.

From March to October 2020, organizational leaders in the Capacity Lab will participate in six sessions – a combination of in-person and virtual learning sessions led by experienced capacity-building specialists.

Register now: SaskCulture Members: $200-300 per team (based on organizational budget), Non-members: $400 per team. Space is limited to 20 organizational teams (made up of executive director and two board members). Click here for more information.

Funding Opportunities

SaskCulture Grants

Multicultural Initiatives Fund - Project
Apply before March 31, 2020

Métis Cultural Development Fund
Apply before April 30, 2020

Other Grants

Moffat Family Fund
Deadline Feb 28, 2020

Saskatchewan Lotteries Community Grant Program
Deadline Feb 28, 2020

Lorne and Evelyn Johnson Foundation
Deadline Mar 1, 2020

Artists in Communities
Deadline Mar 10, 2020

Artists in Schools
Deadline Mar 10, 2020

Deadline - 18 weeks prior to event start

Job Gallery and Other Opportunities


Controller (Saskatoon) - Feb 23

Maintenance Technician (Saskatoon) - Feb 25

Artistic Director (Regina) - Feb 28

Summer Program Development Assistant (Regina) - Mar 2

District Mobile Playground 2020 Summer Staff (North Battleford) -
Mar 27

Public Archaeology Project Assistant (Saskatchewan-wide) - Apr 17

Programs and Collections Assistant (Saskatchewan-wide) - Apr 17

February 23, 2020 | Communications Chair

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