The Share and Connect: Indigenous Community Arts program seeks to empower Indigenous communities to control and develop their own arts and culture. It promotes resilience and healing by:

  • Sharing Indigenous arts and cultural revitalization within Indigenous communities and with broader communities;
  • Increasing the intergenerational transfer of Indigenous artistic knowledge and cultural practices within contemporary, traditional, and non-traditional art forms;
  • Promoting Truth and Reconciliation in non-Indigenous communities through exposure to these projects and this work; and
  • Aligning with the mandate and strategic priorities of SK Arts and our program partners.

Share and Connect is a SK Arts program supported by funding from Sask Lotteries through the partnership between SK Arts and SaskCulture Inc.


  • Share and Connect: Indigenous Community Arts: January 7 and June 7


Chancz Perry
(306) 550-1707 (Regina) or 800-667-7526 (Toll-Free)
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Application and Information

SK Arts documents below are subject to revision up to six weeks before the submission deadline.

SK Arts
1355 Broad Street
Regina SK S4R 7V1

They can also be dropped off at:

SK Arts
201 Avenue B South
Saskatoon SK S7M 1M3

Eligible Applicants

Any Indigenous artists, Elders, or Knowledge Keepers can serve as leaders, collaborators, and mentors for the project. The lead Indigenous applicant must be in good standing with SK Arts (i.e., no overdue reports for previous grants).

Please review the guidelines for more information on eligibility.

Maximum Funding

  • Small Projects/Planning: $500 to $2000
  • Exhibitions, Performance, and Presenting: $2000 to $10,000
  • Mentorships/Partnership Projects: $2000 to $20,000