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Saskatoon's Sum Theatre presents professional, live theatre free-of-charge in the city's public parks, with original performances that appeal to people of all ages and backgrounds.

Celebrating its 67th anniversary this year, the Yorkton Film Festival is North America's longest-running film festival. One of the secrets to its success is year-round programming supported through local, provincial and national partnerships.

A tour funded by a Culture on the Go grant opened doors for Saskatoon band Reignwolf and led to an opportunity to perform at the Lollapalooza festival in Chicago this summer.

On 18 May 2013, Saskatoon artist Tammy Lu will open her latest art exhibition in the Fiľakovo Castle Museum in Slovakia. The opening is part of this year's Night of Museums programme, a Europe-wide event organised under the aegis of the European Council and UNESCO.

The Core Series, a unique collaboration between PAVED Arts and the Saskatoon Symphony Orchestra, combines orchestral music and media art to increase accessibility and encourage new audience development.

The Saskatchewan Legislative Building has become a showcase for Saskatchewan art. Almost 60 pieces of artwork from the Arts Board's Permanent Collection are on display in common spaces of the building, and the Creative Play touring exhibition is at the Legislature until April 23.

Eight artists will participate in the artist-in-residence program as part of the province's year-long celebration of the 100th anniversary of the Saskatchewan Legislative Building.

The Ananda Art House brings artists and audiences together for a unique experience of music, art-making and great Prairie food.

The SaskTel Saskatchewan Jazz Festival keeps jazz's beat going strong in this province and beyond.

The mosaic hanging in Kelliher School is more than a piece of art. It reflects students' knowledge about treaties and helps bridge the gap between First Nations and non-First Nations people in the community.