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Felting is Fun! Saskatoon, Saskatchewan

Felting is Fun!

Saturday, September 27, 201410:00 AM to 1:30 PM

Saskatchewan is a province of innovators and artists...many of our country's greatest exports are from Saskatchewan.  The ATM was developed here.  The first online purchase of a compact disc was done in Saskatchewan.  Joni Mitchell, Buffy St. Marie, Colin James, Joe Fafard and Leslie Neilson are just a few of the internationally recognized artists from Saskatchewan.  Saskatchewan is home to dinosaur beds, sand dunes, boreal forests, 100,000 lakes and unbelievable landscapes.  We are home to 70 First Nations, as well as newcomers from around the globe.  Our culture is a varied and diverse as our landscape, and Culture Days is a great way to experience the breadth and depth of our province.  Enjoy your Culture Days weekend!

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August 14, 2014

When artists collaborate great things happen – By Kevin Power

I’m always excited to learn about new spaces popping up that provide opportunities for artists of all genres to create. Finding affordable studio space in any city can be a challenge. During my recent visit to North Battleford to record a SaskScapes podcast with artist Sherron Burns, I had the pleasure of spending time in the newly...

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November 19, 2014

Parade of Noises

This article is part of a blog series showcasing exemplary projects that speak to Culture Days' new Cities for People award objectives. The recent introduction of the Cities for People Award to the Culture Days Award program aims to identify and recognize socially and community engaged art and cultural practices/projects that transform civic spaces, public narratives and...

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November 11, 2014

Field Notes Collective

This article is part of a blog series showcasing exemplary projects that speak to Culture Days' new Cities for People award objectives. The recent introduction of the Cities for People Award to the Culture Days Award program aims to identify and recognize socially and community engaged art and cultural practices/projects that transform civic spaces, public narratives and community practices during the...

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November 5, 2014

Embracing My Culture

This is the fourth post in a new blog series highlighting the experiences and expertise of Brampton's Multicultural Youth Council, an organization run by youth, for youth with the goal of celebrating cultural diversity and providing the youth of Brampton, Ontario with opportunities to develop awareness of and respect for a variety of cultural backgrounds. In...

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