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January 5, 2016
WORKSHOP: Documenting Your Artwork & Building Your Portfolio
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Jan 30th 2016, 1:30-4:30 pm at the Art Gallery of Regina 

2420 Elphinstone St, Regina

**FREE to CARFAC or Art Gallery of Regina members
$35 to non-members who must pay for registration HERE.**    

Instructor: Gary Robins    

This intermediate-level workshop for visual artists will cover image capture, image editing, workflow, archiving and presentation considerations to help you create and maintain a professional quality portfolio for electronic or print-based publication. The session will focus on best practices for a digital workflow that will ensure a strong level of consistency and colour fidelity of image reproduction. We will also look at submission standards for gallery exhibitions and funding adjudications. Recent changes to Canadian copyright law will also be explored with regard to their impact and the ownership of intellectual property.

Participants are encouraged to bring a laptop with image editing software that can process Raw image files, along with sample image files of your own artworks (edited and/or unedited) that we can work on individually and collaboratively.

January 5, 2016
WORKSHOP: The Business of Art
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Feb 3rd 2016, 7:00 pm at Humboldt Art Gallery

602 Main St, Humboldt

*FREE to all*

Instructor: Grant McConnell   

Artists need to know about the business side of art to establish themselves as professionals in the art community. This workshop will give you guidelines on how to approach public and commercial art galleries, and other exhibition venues. The workshop covers preparing a portfolio and resume/artist’s CV, contracts, copyright, insurance and how to pack and ship artwork.

January 5, 2016
SEND Us your Artist Profiles
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Send CARFAC SASK your short artist bio and an image of yourself and we will add it to our website's home page as part of our Member Profiles. Email carfacsask@gmail.com.

February 1, 2016
WORKSHOP: A Taxing Time for Artists **CANCELLED**
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FEB 13TH 2016, 1:00 PM AT VOID GALLERY

312 AVENUE B SOUTH, SASKATOON    

*This workshop has been CANCELLED and may be rescheduled at a later date**

Instructor: Randy Clay

The workshop will cover the following topics: records for tax purposes; inventory; grants and royalties; tax returns; expenses; self-employment status; capital costs and other areas of special interest for artists. Also covered will be whether or not an artist should register for the GST and PST. Sources for further information and assistance are given, including the CARFAC SASK Financial Advisory Service for members.

February 1, 2016
WORKSHOP: Time Management for Artists
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FEB 24TH 2016, 7:00 PM, CONFERENCE CALL

*FREE TO ALL*

Instructor: Laureen Marchand

Time cannot be changed. No matter what we do, there are 24 hours in every day. But we can use the time we have to work most effectively toward our goals. This workshop focuses on managing your own interests, actions and standards so you end your day/week/month feeling productive and satisfied.

**Pre-registration is REQUIRED** 

Call 306-522-9788 or email programs@carfac.sk.ca

February 1, 2016
WORKSHOP: The Art of Framing Art
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FEB 27TH 2016, 2:00-5:00 PM AT THE MANN ART GALLERY 

142 12TH ST WEST, PRINCE ALBERT

**FREE to CARFAC and Mann Art Gallery members
$35 to non-members who must pay for registration HERE.**

Instructor: Heather Cline    

This workshop will start with a brief historical tour of framing style and methods, with a spotlight on some contemporary framing strategies. We will then get down to some practical considerations, including: framing aesthetics, archival concerns, weighing economy and expertise, and finally some simple how-to. The session will include a demonstration for a simple method for framing small scale works on paper, panel and canvas/panel works. Participants will have lots of opportunity to ask questions regarding their own framing dilemmas.

February 16, 2016
Activism & Education Through the Arts
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Activism and Education Through Art is a symposium bringing together Indigenous artists, curators, academics, art advocates, and organizations from across Saskatchewan and Canada meeting to discuss the power of Native art as a catalyst for social and political change. The symposium is being held in conjunction with the 16th annual Sâkêwêwak Storytellers Festival and will maintain a theme of strengthening our people, communities, and country through the historical practice of using art to carry our stories. The two events will bring together Canada's Indigenous artists working in visual art, performing art, and curation to participate in discussions, presentations, performance and workshops as we consider the power embedded within Indigenous artistic traditions. - Audrey Dreaver, Event Coordinator

http://www.sakewewak.ca/2016-storytellers-festival/

February 20, 2016
WORKSHOP: Packing Etiquette & Archival Boxes
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MARCH 11TH 2016, 1:00-4:00 PM AT MOOSE JAW MUSEUM & ART GALLERY 

461 LANGDON CRES, MOOSE JAW

**FREE to CARFAC and MJMAG members
$35 to non-members who must pay for registration HERE.** 

Instructor: Vivian Barber

Safe and effective packing methods are essential to ensure that your work arrives at its destination in one piece. This workshop will offer a hands-on opportunity to learn how best to prepare small artworks for shipping. Participants will make a box and learn about conservation quality packing materials. All materials will be provided. Join us and achieve your professional packing dreams!

February 20, 2016
WORKSHOP: Social Media for Artists
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MAR 5TH 2016, 1:30 PM AT THE ART GALLERY OF REGINA

2420 ELPHINSTONE ST, REGINA  

*FREE to all*

Instructor: Michelle Brownridge   

Social media is constantly evolving. This workshop will demonstrate ways in which artists can use social media as a tool for marketing, building connections, and engaging with customers, galleries, arts organizations and the public. This half-day session is for artists who want to use social media to reach a larger audience. It’s designed for artists who are ready to start using social media but aren’t sure where to begin, and for those who have established a social media presence but aren’t sure how to most effectively use various social media channels. The session includes an overview of the most powerful and popular social media tools for artists, including Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Pinterest.

February 23, 2016
Regina Office Closed
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CARFAC SASK's Regina office will be closed due to building maintenance on Wednesday February 24th and due to adventure on Thursday February 25th and Friday February 26th. We will be attending the Indigenous Artists Symposium & Sakewewak Annual Storytellers Festival and you could too! Check it out! 

The office will also be closed on Monday February 29th. We will reopen on Tuesday, March 1st. 

March 1, 2016
WORKSHOP: Artist Copyright
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APRIL 2ND 2016, 10:00 AM-12:00 PM AT MOOSE JAW MUSEUM AND ART GALLERY 

461 LANGDON CRES, MOOSE JAW

*FREE to all*

Instructor: Grant McConnell   

Copyright for visual artists is complex and can seem confusing. This workshop outlines the fundamentals of copyright and best practices for its management in relation to your creative output.

March 16, 2016
Regina Artist Trading Cards ATC Collective make & trade event
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Join us at CARFAC SK Regina this Saturday March 19, 1-4 pm for an Open Studio ATC Make and Trade, and an exhibition of “Selections from the Collections: Early Work”, artwork from the very early days of the Artist Trading Card movement to present day. Curated from the collections of RF (Reg) Coté, Melody Armstrong, Margaret Bessai and Gerda Osteneck, this exhibit brings together work from the earliest mail trades organized by the founding ATC artists m. vänçi stirnemann, Chuck Stake, Cat Schick, RF Cote, Anna Banana, Sylvia Ziemann, work by long standing members of Regina ATC, and recent work traded by mail in 2016. 
Artist Trading Cards are tiny artworks no larger than 2.5 by 3.5 inches (64 by 89 mm) which fit the plastic sheets designed for collector cards. (Coincidentally, these pages are a great way to store your collection of miniature art.) ATCs can be made in any medium, in 2D or 3D, using paint, collage, found images, cloth, stained glass, computer generated imaging, photography, metal, and even wax. They can be “one of” originals, part of a series, or printed in an edition of copies. 

The ATCs selected for display  focus on bodies of work by single artists, revealing the depth of practice that can be created in edition work, or the breadth of experimentation afforded by the ATC format.

We also invite you to stay for a Make and Trade session. Regina ATC Collective provides basic collage materials: scissors or glue stick, and blank cards that are 2½ by 3 ½ inches to use as a base for artwork. We encourage everyone to bring their own favourite art materials to work with as well.

-Draw, collage, cartoon, or write a story! Although many people start with a single sided card, ATCs can incorporate fold-outs, pages like a mini-comic or book. 
-Your ATC card is your artwork; when you are finished, sign your card with your name, where you are from, today’s date, and then, Get ready to trade! ATCs are always traded one for one, (never bought nor sold). Trades can take place in person, and also through the mail and via the internet.

https://www.facebook.com/groups/34567413406/

March 23, 2016
The CARFAC SASK offices will be CLOSED for the long weekend
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The CARFAC SASK offices will be CLOSED Fri March 25th to Mon March 28th for the Holiday long weekend. We will be open on Tues March 29th.
Have a wonderful weekend!

March 30, 2016
Call for Submissions
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CARFAC SASK is now accepting applications for our 2016-17 Mentorship Program! The program provides opportunity for Saskatchewan visual artists to work together in an informal adult learning/professional development framework, with experienced artists acting as mentors to developing artists.

Mentors provide personalized support, training, advice, life experience, assessment, encouragement and feedback on a regular basis through group meetings, studio visits, regular critiques, etc. Trainees gain personal professional development, technical skills, and most importantly, the growth of self-esteem and confidence.Contracts are used for both mentors and trainees; mentors are paid a fee for each trainee assigned to them; trainees are provided a materials allowance. Applications from potential trainees and mentors are due on June 15, 2016. 

Application Info: Mentorship 2016-2017 Call

April 1, 2016
WORKSHOP: Writing Artist Statements
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MAY 21ST 2016, 1:30 PM AT THE ALLEN SAPP GALLERY

1 RAILWAY AVE E, NORTH BATTLEFORD

*FREE TO ALL*

Instructor: Judy McNaughton

Writing cohesive and personalized artist statements is an important skill for artists to maintain and advance their careers. Artists need to write artist statements for grant applications, exhibition proposals, and for self-promotion materials. The workshop discusses a general overview of gallery and grant proposals, and strategies artists may use to write effective artist statements. This workshop also includes exercises to begin the writing process; it is for those who have taken the overview before, or who feel prepared to put pen to paper. 

April 1, 2016
WORKSHOP: Social Media for Artists
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APR 23RD 2016, 10:00 AM AT ARC CREATIVE STUDIOS 

1106 101ST ST, NORTH BATTLEFORD

*FREE TO ALL*

Instructor: Michelle Brownridge

Social media is constantly evolving. This workshop will demonstrate ways in which artists can use social media as a tool for marketing, building connections, and engaging with customers, galleries, arts organizations and the public. This half-day session is for artists who want to use social media to reach a larger audience. It’s designed for artists who are ready to start using social media but aren’t sure where to begin, and for those who have established a social media presence but aren’t sure how to most effectively use various social media channels. The session includes an overview of the most powerful and popular social media tools for artists, including Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Pinterest.

April 27, 2016
Saskatchewan Arts Board is accepting submissions to its Permanent Collection
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The Saskatchewan Arts Board is accepting submissions to its Permanent Collection of Saskatchewan artwork. Anyone is able to suggest work to become part of Permanent Collection either through purchase or donation/bequest. In order to have a fair and transparent policy, we receive submissions at two deadlines annually: May 15 and November 1. Submissions may be made at any time, but those made throughout the year will be held for consideration after these deadlines.

For more info : http://www.saskartsboard.com/8-features/372-permanent-collection-submissions.html

May 15, 2016
CARFAC SASK offices will be closed Monday May 16th
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The CARFAC SASK offices will be closed Monday May 16th. We will be open on Tuesday May 17th.

Thank you

May 23, 2016
Call for Submissions
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Montreal-based Luanne Martineau produces felted wool sculptures, drawings, collages, and large-scale textile-based collage works. Martineau has exhibited across Canada and internationally including at the National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa; the Power Plant, Toronto; and MASS MoCA, North Adams, Massachusetts. Born in Saskatoon in 1970, Luanne Martineau lives and works in Montréal, where she is Associate Professor, Painting and Drawing, at Concordia University. 

This program is an advanced mentorship opportunity for emerging, mid-career and established artists. Each participant receives a private studio visit/critique (up to 2 hours in length) to support and strengthen their practice. If the number of applicants exceeds available spaces, the selection will be juried with the participation of the Mentor in Residence. The program is free to CARFAC members and $45 to non-members. To apply, please upload a letter of interest, a CV, and 10 images to a single folder in either Google Drive or Dropbox. Submit all applications to programs@carfac.sk.ca

For more information contact Terri at programs@carfac.sk.ca or 306-522-9788.

Application Deadline: June 22, 2016  *EXTENDED*
June 6, 2016
OSAC is HIRING !!
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OSAC is HIRING !!
Visual & Media Arts Assistant Coordinator
Application deadline is Monday, June 20th.

note new deadline - extended to June 20th - 
http://osac.ca/

June 13, 2016
Luanne Martineau Artist Talks
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CARFAC SASK is pleased to host Luanne Martineau as our 2016 Mentor in Residence. Join us for her artist talk in Saskatoon (AKA Artist Run Gallery) on July 7th at 7:00 pm and in Regina (RPL Film Theatre) on July 12th at 7:00 pm. Refreshments will be served.
 
Montreal-based Luanne Martineau produces felted wool sculptures, drawings, collages, and large-scale textile-based collage works. Combining various methods of craft with the legacies of 1950s and 1960s contemporary art, Martineau has explored the spaces in between art genres, unsettling the boundaries between style and ideology in her enticing and sensual pieces. The conversations generated through Martineau's work bridge genres and movements, such as Abstract Expressionism, Post-minimalism, Feminism, popular culture and craft, making them fluid, porous and relevant to current discourse. In this public artist talk, Martineau will discuss the ways in which she unpacks the formal and critical underpinnings of art history and traditional female work while also creating an engagement with this history and its omissions. Martineau has exhibited across Canada and internationally including at the National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa; the Power Plant, Toronto; and MASS MoCA, North Adams, Massachusetts. Born in Saskatoon in 1970, Luanne Martineau lives and works in Montréal, where she is Associate Professor, Painting and Drawing, at Concordia University.
June 14, 2016
Carfac Sask SASKATOON Office Close to June 27th
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The CARFAC SASK Saskatoon office
will be CLOSED until June 27th
please direct inquiries to the Regina office

306-522-9788 or programs@carfac.sk.ca

July 14, 2016
Saskatoon office of CARFAC SASK closed for holidays
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The CARFAC SASK Saskatoon office will be closed for hoidays until July 27th. Open on July 28th. Please direct inquiries to the Regina office at 306-522-9788 or email director@carfac.sk.ca.

Thank you

July 26, 2016
CARFAC SASK Regina office closed
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The CARFAC SASK Regina office will be closed for an extended long weekend from Thursday July 28th to Tuesday Aug 2nd. We'll be open again on Wednesday Aug 3rd.

August 3, 2016
Creative Saskatchewan is seeking a Creative Industries Researcher/Market Analyst
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Creative Saskatchewan is seeking a Creative Industries Researcher/Market Analyst
DEADLINE TO APPLY:  Wednesday, August 24, 2016 by 5:00 pm.
See more at: http://www.creativesask.ca/blog/posts/career-opportunity.html#sthash.jtC9AkoO.dpuf

August 3, 2016
CARFAC/ RAAV Launch New Copyright Fee Calculator!
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 A collaboration between CARFAC, RAAV and CARFAC Ontario, the calculator is designed to become an essential tool in preparing a budget for an exhibition, the publication of a catalog or any other type of use of works in visual and media arts. Without replacing the CARFAC-RAAV Fee Schedule, which remains the reference tool, the calculator will allow image users to accelerate their planning and artists to have an idea of how much to ask for different types of use of their works. 

See more info here

and read an article about the fee calculator in Canadainart

August 16, 2016
Think Before You Appropriate, a guide for creators and designers
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The Intellectual Property Issues in Cultural Heritage (IPinCH) project is a seven-year international research initiative based at Simon Fraser University, in British Columbia, Canada. Our work explores the rights, values, and responsibilities of material culture, cultural knowledge and the practice of heritage research.

IPinCH is a collaboration of scholars, students, heritage professionals, community members, policy makers, and Indigenous organizations across the globe.

http://www.carfac.ca/tools/appropriate/

more info: http://www.sfu.ca/ipinch/

September 1, 2016
The CARFAC SASK offices closed for the Labour Day Long Weekend.
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The CARFAC SASK offices will be closed for the Labour Day Long Weekend.
We will be open on Tuesday Sept 6th.
Enjoy your weekend!

September 8, 2016
Workshop: Mentorship in the Arts
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Saturday Sept 24th, 10:00 am – 4:00 pm at the Art Gallery of Regina, Regina

Shawna Dempsey is a performance artist and curator, as well as Mentoring Artists for Women's Art’s Co-Executive Director. She is a mentorship enthusiast and has mentored many times for Winnipeg art organizations including MAWA, Video Pool and Crossing Communities Community Art Project. As well as exhibiting works such as We’re Talking Vulva, Lesbian National Parks and Services, and The Dress Series internationally, she spreads the message regarding the transformative value of arts mentorships across the country by providing mentoring workshops for Visual Arts Ontario, the Arts and Cultural Industries Association of Manitoba, and Visual Arts Nova Scotia, among others.

Based on Mentoring Artists for Women's Art’s 32-year experience as a pioneer in visual arts mentorship, this workshop suggests "how-to’s” for anyone considering embarking upon a mentorship program, whether they are mentoring or being mentored. Topics will include: defining structure, setting and respecting boundaries, articulating expectations, avoiding pitfalls and negotiating conflict. Real-life mentorship sticky situations will be examined. The workshop will also explore learning models, and will offer a variety of useful approaches and practical advice to help artists reach their goals and develop their full potential. 

This workshop is FREE to attend. Light refreshments will be served and there will be a lunch break from noon to 1:00 pm.

September 8, 2016
Workshop: Advanced Grant Writing
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Friday Sept 16th, 1:00 – 4:00 pm at the Mann Art Gallery, Prince Albert

Along with the Saskatchewan Arts Board, CARFAC SASK is pleased to offer private, one-on-one grant writing sessions with program consultant Noreen Neu. As the Independent Artist Grant deadline approaches, many artists might require some fine-tuning of their proposals. Applicants must pre-register and the available 20 minute time slots are first come, first served. Register by emailing educator@mannartgallery.ca or call 306-763-7080. Please be sure to send your Project Description and Budget drafts to educator@mannartgallery.ca to make the best use of your session.

These sessions are FREE to attend.

September 8, 2016
Workshop: Social Media for Artists
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Friday Sept 16th, 1:00 – 2:30 pm at the Saskatchewan Fine Art & Craft Fair, Saskatoon

CARFAC Saskatchewan and The Saskatchewan Craft Council present an informative discussion of practical ways that artists can use social media to advance and promote their work. Artist Carole Epp will illustrate her journey in building a successful online business. During this workshop, she will share the why’s and how’s, do’s and don’ts, and challenges and successes in developing a prominent social media presence using online platforms such as Instagram, Twitter, Pinterest and Facebook.

FREE to attend.

September 19, 2016
CALL FOR NOMINATIONS
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CALL FOR NOMINATIONS

The CARFAC SASK Visual Arts Awards are a bi-annual event, presented at our Annual General Meeting. This year’s AGM will take place in Saskatoon in November 2016. Deadline for nominations is Monday October 31st, 2016. Nomination forms and more information are available on our website here.

AWARD CATEGORIES:

The Patrick Close Leadership in the Arts Award celebrates an artist’s substantial contribution to CARFAC SASK and the visual culture of Saskatchewan over a period of time.

The Mentoring Award celebrates an artist’s wisdom, experience and generosity of spirit and contribution to the professional development and mentoring of others in the Saskatchewan visual arts community by sharing their work, artistic practice and knowledge.

The Emerging Artist Award celebrates an artist’s emergence into professional practice.

September 19, 2016
Mentorship Exhibition
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Reception: Friday, September 30th, 2016   12:00 - 6:00 pm

This exhibit features artists who participated in CARFAC SASK's 2015-16 Mentorship Program, including:

Ann Donald
Aralia Maxwell
Marilyn Nelson
Louisa Ferguson
Shirley McMahon
Sarah Truszkowski
and Cynthia Blanchette

In celebration of a successful mentorship year, CARFAC Saskatchewan will host this art exhibition and reception during our Culture Days Open House. We will also be unveiling our exciting new podcast series created by Heather Cline. Come out to view the exhibit and enjoy some refreshments! There will be a fun, hands-on activity for all ages.

FREE!

September 20, 2016
Workshop: Taxing Time for Artists
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This workshop is POSTPONED - new date TBA

 

Thursday Sept 20th, 7:00 pm at the Mann Art Gallery, Prince Albert

The workshop will cover the following topics: records for tax purposes; inventory; grants and royalties; tax returns; expenses; self-employment status; capital costs and other areas of special interest for artists. Also covered will be whether or not an artist should register for the GST and PST. Sources for further information and assistance are given, including the CARFAC SASK Financial Advisory Service for members.

This workshop is FREE to all.

September 24, 2016
Workshop: Photographing Your Art
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Saturday Oct 29th, 1:00 – 4:00 pm at Hues Art Supply, Saskatoon

Visual artists and craftspeople continually need good quality photographic representation of their work to submit to galleries, curators, juries, funding agencies, and competitions. In addition, accurate photo documentation has become increasingly important for publications, websites and promotional materials. This workshop includes information on camera and lighting equipment, digital file formats, editing and production skills, protocols for submission of work, along with image archiving and storage considerations. Instruction will also cover approaches to photographing both two and three-dimensional works as well as art installations and gallery shots for exhibition documentation. The ability to produce quality images is an important skill, and one that is relatively easy to learn. This is a half day session which will introduce visual artists to the fundamentals of documenting their own artwork.

This workhsop is FREE to attend. 

October 6, 2016
Workshop: The Art of Framing Art
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Sunday Nov 6th, 1:30 – 4:00 pm at the Moose Jaw Museum & Art Gallery, Moose Jaw

This workshop will start with a brief historical tour of framing style and methods, with a spotlight on some contemporary framing strategies. We will then get down to some practical considerations, including: framing aesthetics, archival concerns, weighing economy and expertise, and finally some simple how-to. The session will include a demonstration for a simple method for framing small scale works on paper, panel and canvas/panel works. Participants will have lots of opportunity to ask questions regarding their own framing dilemmas.

This workshop is FREE to CARFAC members and $35 to non-members, who can pay in our online store here: http://www.carfac.sk.ca/store/workshops/the-art-of-framing-art

October 12, 2016
Workshop: Social Media for Artists
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Saturday Nov 12th, 1:00 – 3:00 pm at the Signal Hill Arts Centre, Weyburn

Social media is constantly evolving. This workshop will demonstrate ways in which artists can use social media as a tool for marketing, building connections, and engaging with customers, galleries, arts organizations and the public. This half-day session is for artists who want to use social media to reach a larger audience. It’s designed for artists who are ready to start using social media but aren’t sure where to begin, and for those who have established a social media presence but aren’t sure how to most effectively use various social media channels. The session includes an overview of the most powerful and popular social media tools for artists, including Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Pinterest.

This workshop is FREE to attend. 

November 8, 2016
CARFAC-RAAV Fee Calculator
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CARFAC and RAAV in partnership with CARFAC Ontario developed a new online tool for to make finding the right copyright royalty/exhibition or professional fee much easier.
Have a look here...

November 10, 2016
CARFAC SASK Annual General Meeting
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Join us for our Annual General Meeting on Saturday, November 19th at AKA Artist Run. The meeting begins at 1:00 pm in the gallery space at 424 - 20th St West, Saskatoon.
 
The meeting will be followed by our presentation of the CARFAC SASK Visual Arts Awards and an informative roundtable discussion of Pension Planning for Artists. Light refreshments will be provided. Hope to see you there!
November 15, 2016
Patrick Close Leadership in the Arts
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CARFAC SASK is pleased to announce that the recipient of the 2016 Patrick Close Leadership in the Arts Award is Marsha Kennedy. The award celebrates an artist’s substantial contribution to CARFAC SASK and to the visual culture of Saskatchewan over a period of time. Marsha is a passionate artist, a devoted teacher and mentor, and an engaged member of the Saskatchewan creative community. We are thrilled to honor her with this award and thank those who made and supported her nomination.

Marsha will receive the Patrick Close Leadership in the Arts Award on November 19, 2016 following CARFAC SASK’s Annual General Meeting. Join us at AKA Artist Run at 424 20th Street West in Saskatoon at 1:00 pm to celebrate. Light refreshments will be served. 

November 16, 2016
FREE Resource for Artists
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http://tboa.squarespace.com/

CARFAC SASK has developed a new site focused on The Business of Art. We now offer a sleek, interactive, educational resource about the business of pursuing a career in the arts. The site features the advice of seasoned professionals from Saskatchewan’s arts scene, including Joe Fafard, Leah Dorion, Holly Fay, Kimberley Fyfe, Grant McConnell and Robin Schlaht.

 The series covers a range of topics which are categorized under tabs The Big Picture, Show & Tell / Exhibitions, Packaging for Success, and Business Basics. The site offers a hefty list of links to online resources and we hope it will prove to be an invaluable tool for artists across Saskatchewan and Canada. CARFAC SASK’s development of the web series has been a focused outreach effort to provide relevant and accessible information to artists and we will continue to add information over time. 

December 22, 2016
Happy Holidays!
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CARFAC SASK Holiday Hours

Regina office: closed from December 23rd, reopens January 9th

Saskatoon office: closed from December 22nd, reopens January 3rd