Indigenous Peoples Art and Artists

Supports the development and continuation of Indigenous Peoples' art forms.

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The Indigenous Peoples Art and Artists program supports the development and continuation of Indigenous Peoples’ art forms in Saskatchewan.

The program offers three grant streams:

Basic: supports simple projects that accomplish one or two things in any art form. This could be a great starting place for an artist who has not received SK Arts funding in the past.

Intermediate: supports more complex requests for moderate-sized artistic projects

Major: supports professional Indigenous artists with a significant sustained practice, working independently, collaboratively or as a collective, to accomplish a substantial project over an extended period


  • Indigenous Peoples Arts and Artists: April 15 and October 15


Carol Greyeyes (Indigenous Peoples Art and Artists)
(306) 280-5910 (Saskatoon) or 800-667-7526 (Toll-Free)
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Application and Information

Documents are subject to revision up to six weeks before the submission deadline.

Eligible Applicants

Eligible Applicants: Indigenous artists and/or Traditional Knowledge Keepers/Elders working in any art form who are Saskatchewan residents; small groups or collectives of Saskatchewan Indigenous artists working in any art form.

Please review the Guidelines for more information on eligibility.

Maximum Funding

  • Basic: $2,000
  • Intermediate: $7,500
  • Major: $18,000

Recent Recipients

Graffiti artist Jayde Goodon. Photo by Garrett Kendle (king rose visuals).