Continuing our long running art + people = x series, this exhibition will invite local artists and art students to help launch the University of Lethbridge’s 50th anniversary celebrations.
Events for Art
Marianne Gerlinger has exhibited in the past at Southern Alberta Art Gallery, Art Gallery of Alberta, and The Art Gallery of Nova Scotia.
Fine Arts faculty share their research and creative activities. This session features Leanne Elias (New Media) and D. Andrew Stewart (Music).
Experience the art of lost wax bronze casting using the modern facilities in the Department of Art. Please note: this is a non-credit course being offered.
“I’m interested in “landscape” and the its plays role in the ability or inability of people to move freely, how landscape and physical features such as islands, rivers, mountains, deserts, borders, wilderness areas...
Back by popular demand! Eric Dyck returns as a cartoonist-in-residence to celebrate uLethbridge’s 50th anniversary. He will be drawing live in the Helen Christou Gallery and on the Art Gallery’s social media.
Let’s celebrate! Let’s talk cake candles; let’s make beautiful numbers. If you like cartooning and/or cake decorating (with Crayola of course), this activity is tailor-made for you.
Elizabeth Diggon is a PhD candidate in the Cultural Studies Program at Queen’s University in Kingston, Ontario.
Enjoy live music, family art activities, artists in action and a performance of a Shakespeare play, all happening in the glorious prairie gardens at the Coutts Centre near Nanton, AB.
Counselling & Career Services department, in collaboration with Career Bridge; Co-operative Education & Applied Studies is proud to host this annual event for students to discover career path information and...