Saskatchewan Grant Opportunities & Events

Municipalities of Saskatchewan (SUMA) funding. Funding related to Accessibility, Community Development, Economic Development, Environment, Governance, Housing, Infrastructure, Public Safety, & Recreation, Arts & Culture.

Government of Saskatchewan Municipal funding.

South East Saskatchewan District funding.

Targeted Sector Support Initiative. TSSI funding is used to help municipalities to strengthen their core governance and administration responsibilities and advance the priorities set by the Steering Committee.

Saskatchewan Arts Board

Deadlines:

Access Copyright Foundation

  • Events: November 1st

Accessibility Fund

  • Ongoing

Artists in Communities

  • Development: June 10th, September 10th, December 10th

  • Project: November 1st​

Artists in Schools

  • Development: June 10th, September 10th, December 10th

  • Projects: November 1st

Independent Artists

  • October 1st

Indigenous Peoples Art and Artists

  • October 15th

Micro-Grant Program

  • First day of each month

Permanent Collection Submissions

  • September 15th

SaskFestivals: Project

  • October 15

October & November Program Deadlines:

All Sectors:

Market & Export Development - Micro Stream

October 1st, 2021, 4 PM & November 15th, 2021

Film & Television Sector:

Film & TV Development - Pre-Development Stream

Market & Export Development - Major Stream

October 1st, 2021, 4 PM

Web Series Production

November 15th, 2021, 4 PM

Interactive Digital:

Digital Game Development & Financing Equity Program Business Capacity

Research

Market & Export Development - Major Stream

October 15th, 2021, 4 PM

Live Performing Arts:

Live Performing Arts Production

Business Capacity

Market & Export Development - Major Stream
Research

November 15th, 2021, 4 PM

One-On-One Mentorship Sessions with CMI: Canada's Music Incubator presented by Creative Saskatchewan

"Calling Saskatchewan musicians! Creative Saskatchewan invites you to apply for a One-On-One Mentorship Session with CMI: Canada’s Music Incubator! Applications are now being accepted to receive a 60-minute online mentorship session with a CMI industry mentor. Selected participants will be scheduled to meet with a CMI mentor and will have the opportunity to discuss areas of development specific to their music businesses. The mentorship sessions are first come-first served for applicants who meet the requirements. The fee for the session is covered by Creative Saskatchewan, so there is no cost to selected participants!

The One-On-One Mentorship Sessions are customized to each selected participants’ needs. Possible topics of discussion include:

·        New releases

·        Marketing & branding

·        Digital strategy & social media

·        Funding & grant writing

·        Copyright & royalties

·        Negotiation & contracts

·        Improving gigs

·        Pitching

·        Communication & conflict resolution

·        Registering your business

·        Revenue & expenses

·        Publicity

·        Touring

·        Show Advancing

·        Festivals

·        Goal Setting/Action Plans

·        Song Analysis/Songwriting

·        Contracts

·        Negotiation

·        Finances

·        Team Building

·        Endorsements & Sponsorships

·        Anything else you'd like to discuss!

 

Applications will be accepted on a first come-first served basis from Saskatchewan musicians who would be considered developing or emerging, along with Saskatchewan managers and music industry professionals. To apply, visit: https://canadasmusicincubator.com/creativesask1-on-1/"

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Music Video Production Grant

"Musician applications for the Music Video Production Grant have closed.

Applications open for filmmakers on January 5th, 2021 at https://www.creativesask.ca/musicvideoproduction.

Deadline for filmmaker applications is January 18th, 2021 at 4 PM.

Source: SK Arts Board Newsletter,
Government of SK, Government of MB, Federation of Canadian Municipalities, Creative Saskatchewan Spotlight, Co-operatives First, Canada Council for the Arts, Sask Music E-Release, South East District