Enduring Support for the Arts

2019 Recipients

Awards from the Foundation were first made in 2007. Awards have been made in years when funds have been available from the growing endowments, or when funds have been donated for specific annual awards.

These awards are made possible because of the generosity of our donors. Thank you for your vision, commitment and support of Saskatchewan Artists.
We acknowledge the current and past volunteer Board of Trustee’s for their efforts in supporting the work of the Foundation.
The available income from the endowment fund was disbursed to provide 6 awards of $5000 each.

The Foundation gratefully acknowledges the expertise of the Saskatchewan Arts Board for the juried process.

The Colleen Bailey Memorial Fund – Carla Harris, Regina

To develop a final draft of her first collection of disable narrative poetry, and pay for editing to accommodate for her learning disability and language barrier.


The Dick and Jane Fund – Jewel Charles, Saskatoon

To write a book, for teens (high school students) with Cree translations and Cree syllabics. Do presentations to classrooms for inner city students.


The Harry Nick Kangles Fund Judy Wensel, Regina

To complete a three phase research and development process on a new work called Museum of Her, a collaboration with dance artist, Misty Wensel.


The Jane Turnull Evans Fund for the Arts – Jessica Morgun, Saskatoon

To create a body of drawn, painted, and sculptural works that express what it means to be an artist through the production of speculative "thoughts and prayers."


The Shurniak Fund – Amalie Atkins, Saskatoon

To create the production phase of a new experimental documentary film installation for two confirmed exhibitions, one national and one international.


The Cameco Endowment for Aboriginal Artists Fund – Krystle Pederson, Saskatoon

To complete writing and arranging 5 original songs to be recorded in 2020. She has been working hard to find her voice as a songwriter and funds provided will provide space for her to complete this work.