The Drumming Tradition Returns to La Loche, SK

The Saskatchewan Cultural Exchange, in partnership with the Amiskusees Semaganis Worme Family Foundation and the La Loche Friendship Centre, is helping the sound of the drum ring out again in the northern Saskatchewan community of La Loche. In mid-August and in conjunction with the Yanessa Days celebrations, the organization is holding a series of workshops […]

The Common Ground Project Partners with the Saskatchewan Cultural Exchange

The Common Ground Project and the Saskatchewan Cultural Exchange are hosting a series of art and culture workshops looking to bring understanding, acceptance, and friendship among Prince Albert, Saskatchewan’s Indigenous and newcomer communities. From August 1 to 3, Victor Thunderchild will facilitate workshops educating students in First Nations culture. The students will come evenly from […]

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Join Our Board

It might seem like it’s far off –– or maybe you just wish it was –– but fall is right around the corner. For us at the Saskatchewan Cultural Exchange, this means we’re gearing up for another Annual General Meeting and elections for potential new board members. The Board of Directors for the Saskatchewan Cultural […]

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Meet Our Arts Ambassadors

We’re happy to introduce our new Arts Ambassadors, Ringo and Sarah! Throughout the summer of 2017, we’re sending these two students across Saskatchewan to events to talk about what the Saskatchewan Cultural Exchange does in the province and also to spread art and goodwill. So far, they’ve made it out to the SaskPower Windscape Kite […]

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We’re Back at the Gateway Festival

The Gateway Festival in beautiful Bengough, SK has been good enough to have the Saskatchewan Cultural Exchange down for the party. In 2017, we’re coming back to present the Pool Stage with one of the best lineups yet. On Saturday, July 22, come down to see: 12:30 to 1:30 p.m. –– a songwriter circle with […]