Feeling stressed? Need a study break? Come to the Library's Stress-Free Zone. Relax, enjoy free coffee and snacks, play a game, watch a movie, or just chill out!
The Southern Alberta Council on Public Affairs (SACPA) presents a session discussing the successes and challenges of the student refugee program in Lethbridge.
The Young Artist Music Academy is an intensive, enriching performance-based program available to teenaged classical strings players, percussionists, pianists and vocalists.
Join our Children's Choir, Youth Singers, Alegre Choir and Incanto Singers, as they usher in the season with song. Led by Nicole Garlock and Kathy Matkin, this is a performance you will not want to miss!
Join us as we celebrate a significant new partnership and a landmark gift benefitting southern Alberta Blackfoot youth, honouring the rich cultural heritage, beliefs and aspirations of the Blackfoot people.
To thank you for your hard work and support over the past year, the University community is invited to gather and share some goodwill at the Annual Holiday Reception.
Guest Speaker(s): Dr. Williams-Whitt and Dr. HodesDay/Date: Thursday, November 28 2019Time: 3:30 p.m. - 4:30 p.m.Location: AH100 (Andy's Place)
University of Lethbridge partners the Iikaisskini Gathering Place, the
Canadian artist Christine Cheung will give a lecture performance about the transformation of her work from painting, to installation, to collaborative work and back again.
Architecture & Design NOW wishes to thank the City of Lethbridge Public Art Program for their support and collaboration in making Coryn and Julia's visit and presentation possible.
Non-credit course offering. In this very hands-on course you will take your ideas from wax to bronze and experience all stages in the casting process.
Join kinesiology professor, Dr. Carly Adams, as she explores "Hey, why don't we have a bonspiel?" Oral Histories, Sport, and (re)Imaging Community.
Join the Faculty of Fine Arts for an evening of unique artwork, superb entertainment and a gourmet Italian meal by Prime Catering, all in support of student scholarships!
At this information session, you will hear from a variety of units on ways to facilitate your research and creative activities. Info includes internal grant opportunities, finances, ethics, etc.
Bring your lunch, and listen! Our free First Friday Lunch and Listen concert series is a perfect way to unwind in the middle of the day.
"Mountain Equipment Co-op, “diversity work,” and the ‘inclusive’ politics of erasure" byDr. Jason Laurendeau, Tiffany Higham, Danielle Peers