Nomination packages for the:
AACE Support Organization
Young Artist Award
Aspiring Artist Award
Joan Waterfield Memorial Award
Deadline to submit nominees by May 15, 2022Know more
Application deadline is Thursday, May 12, 2022
Come work with us!
The Allied Arts Council of Lethbridge (AAC) is a not-for-profit
umbrella organization working to advance the arts in Lethbridge.
The AAC is looking for a highly motivated, detail-oriented,
disciplined, and resourceful individual who will be responsible for the
overall planning and implementation of the AAC Education Program.
Click below for full job description and application procedures.Know more
Effective immediately, the Allied Arts Council follows the mandates
of Alberta Health Services.
Due to continuing high-covid numbers, visitors are encouraged to wear
masks, physically distance where possible and practice safe hygiene.
Free masks and sanitizers will be available at the entrances to the building.
For the safety of users and staff, please do not visit Casa or the 7 Street
office if you are displaying symptoms of illness.
Shopping for local, handmade items for the holidays?
AAC Works is now on-line and offering in-store and curbside
pick-up options! aacworks.ca
Over 50 Lethbridge and southern Alberta artists are represented!
AAC Works offers high-quality, locally created, fine art
and fine craft through its 7 Street retail store, the AAC Works
vitrine/showcase at Casa, website and Artist Kiosks in Rotary Square.
The Allied Arts Council promotes the arts in Lethbridge through a variety of events, publications and artist opportunities.More about Initiatives
The Allied Arts Council strives to improve the community through facility management and participation in the City of Lethbridge Public Art Program.More about Community
The Allied Arts Council is an active member of many boards and organizations, regularly surveys political candidates and gives a voice to the needs of the arts community.More about Advocacy