Saskatchewan Culture Days

September 25, 2020

October 25, 2020

Free

Across Saskatchewan

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Events Description

Join us for Culture Days in Saskatchewan for FREE hands-on and participatory arts and cultural activities.

Saskatchewan is proud to be part of Culture Days, the national celebration of arts and culture that takes place each year during the last weekend of September.

Since Culture Days launched in 2010, thousands of people in the province have enjoyed discovering and exploring new creative and cultural activities like tipi-raisings, needle felting, print-making, plein air painting, mandolin lessons, Métis jigging… and so much more!

Culture Days activities are fun, engaging and suited to all ages and abilities, and the three-day span makes it ideal for busy schedules.

Absolutely anyone and everyone can participate—there’s something for everyone!

Whether you are an individual, organization or community – Culture Days offers countless opportunities to be involved.

You can take the lead in organizing Culture Days activities in your community…share your talent as a performer, artist or cultural worker…support organizers in your community by volunteering your time, expertise or venue space…or take part in the myriad of FUN and FREE activities happening in your community and throughout Saskatchewan.

2020 Theme – Unexpected Intersections

In 2020, Culture Days invites event organizers and the public alike to view arts and culture programming and participation through the thematic lens of Unexpected Intersections—encouraging creative and outside-the-box thinking to reveal new avenues of discovery, learning, and expression. We hope this theme inspires new collaborations to flourish. This may take shape by developing innovative partnerships, or fusing seemingly opposite disciplines to create fresh, and perhaps unconventional, programs and events.

It’s not lost on our network that the 2020 theme of Unexpected Intersections has been infused with some quite unexpected new meaning. We will be concentrating our efforts on keeping organizers updated on important changes, and supporting sector leaders in advocating for artists and cultural initiatives. Meanwhile, we will be sharing and promoting the important, exciting, and perhaps unexpected creative projects arising in the growing digital landscape.

Who is it for?

All ages

HOW MUCH

Tickets : Free

WHEN & WHERE

 

Date: September 25 – October 25, 2020

Venue & Address: Indoors, Outdoors, and Online

Various events across Saskatchewan

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