Interwoven wooden forms by artist Takashi Iwasaki at the Bunka Centre
Takashi Iwasaki Artist Talk

Winnipeg-based Japanese artist Takashi Iwasaki is in Lethbridge July 13 to discuss the newest public art piece installed at the Nikka Yuko Japanese Gardens Visitor Centre. Located inside Cleo’s Café at the Bunka Centre, ‘Hinode’ is a multi-piece wooden sculpture, utilizing Canadian lumber and Japanese textile patterns and woodworking techniques to talk about the complicated […]

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Call for Indigenous Artists: OKI Sign Artwork

Call for Indigenous Artists: OKI Sign Artwork EOI Submission Deadline: June 10, 2022 The City of Lethbridge, through Opportunity Lethbridge, the Indigenous Relations Office, and the Public Art Program, have partnered with an amazing group of community organizations to seek Indigenous artists to design artwork for a series of OKI Signs. The six (6) selected […]

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Join the Public Art Committee!

Call for New Public Member – City of Lethbridge Public Art Committee The City of Lethbridge Public Art Committee provides leadership and support to the City in the coordination and implementation of the Public Art Master Plan and associated policies. The Committee is an administrative committee of the Recreation and Culture Department at the City […]

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Mural Mentee Needed

The City of Lethbridge has recently contracted ceramic artist Susan Day from London, Ontario to complete a handmade tile mosaic mural on the Legacy Park picnic shelter located in Legacy Park on the north side of Lethbridge. As part of this project, Susan will also mentor a local emerging artist. The paid mentorship will provide […]

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Seeking New Art to Land at the Airport

Two new Calls for Artists have been announced for projects at the #YQL Airport in conjunction with a series of major renovations which will improve the customer experience and position the airport as a major driver of the regional economy. The #YQL Airport Selfie Check-in Backdrop Call seeks concepts for vibrant and exciting designs which will […]

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Reconciliation Week 2021 in Lethbridge: Voice & Representation

Two artists have installed vinyl window wraps on the downtown Lethbridge Telus building (SE corner of 4 Avenue and 8 Street South) for the 5th Annual theme of Reconciliation Week: Voice and Representation. On the West-facing windows TRY HARD TO LEARN by Natoyihkii (Cheyenne McGinnis). On the North-facing window IITSI’POYIIT – SPEAK BLACKFOOT by Nato’yi’kina’soyi […]

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