As a medium, film has often been likened to death – it is a moment frozen in time as the great French film theorist André Bazin put it – it is time mummified. Vulture Aesthetics, relates both to my own work a
Events for Faculty of Fine Arts
Due to unforeseen circumstances, this artist talk and workshop is cancelled. We apologize for any inconvenience this causes.
Opening Reception for the Annual Department of Art Student Show is on March 24 from 7 to 9 pm! We hope to see you there!
Kate Allen is a Founding Principal at FRANK Architecture and Interiors, and a Registered Architect with the Alberta Association of Architects, the Architectural Association of British Columbia,...
To Sat, Mar 24, 2018
The Department of Drama 2017-2018 Mainstage Season concludes with a presentation of three dramas which mix religious tradition with popular folklore and lots of humour!
"In "Some ideas about warmth.", many concepts I’ve explored through discreet collaborations and site-responsive projects have begun to cohere within an open system of sculptural work.
Gary Evans was born in Weston Super Mare, England and resides in Alliston, Ontario. He has been exhibiting work professionally since 1995.
Nick Wade will speak about the evolution of his work through of the last 12 years, from his work with camera obscura and photographs to paintings and then wall mounted objects combining...
Free weekly concerts by University of Lethbridge Music faculty and visiting performers.
The art of classical marimba playing is continuously evolving, and in this recital, Danish marimba player Anders Elten showcases many of the newly developed techniques for the instrument.
A dark parable focusing on the uprising of street dogs against a modern society that enforces canine racial purity, and one young girl who's desperate to find and reconnect with the dog that was taken away from her...