Arts Directory

The Arts Directory provides a comprehensive listing of Lethbridge & area artists, arts organizations, and businesses. This online directory is a great resource for sourcing artists for commissions, hiring a musician, or looking for an arts educator.

If you are interested in being included in the online directory, please check out our membership options, or contact our Manager of Engagement, Steven Foord.


Chris Drew

Literary Arts, Music, Theatre / Drama


I’m a singer/songwriter who plays in the roots band Fourth Place Ribbons. I have been writing lyrics/poetry/music and performing my songs for 20 years. I have also enjoyed acting in many theatre productions throughout my life, although not recently.


Dr. Amy Hodgson-Bright

Literary Arts


I have a PhD in English from the University of Alberta. I have written two novels for young adults. My teaching pedagogy aims to foster critical learning skills in students through both print-based and non-print-based texts, and to encourage them to be self-sufficient learners, readers and writers.

Karla Mather-Cocks

Art Services & Resources, Fine Craft, Graphic Design, Literary Arts, Media Arts & Film, Painting/Illustration, Photography, Sculpture, Textile Arts, Visual Arts


Karla Mather-Cocks is a multifunctional artist and craftsperson whose practice encompasses textiles, surface design, installations and public art. Many of her textiles and surface-designed items are available through and at AAC Works.

LA Beat

Art Services & Resources, Literary Arts


L.A. Beat is the one-stop source for all things entertainment related in Lethbridge: music, art, drama and museums. Check L.A. Beat for interviews with artists, musicians, actors, directors, as well as, concert reviews, photos and thorough concert listings. If anyone says there is nothing to do in Lethbridge, call them a liar and send them to L.A. Beat. Owner and Editor Richard Amery

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Lethbridge Public Library

Community Culture, Festival, Literary Arts


The Lethbridge Public Library connects you to ideas at their two community gathering places, the Main Branch in the heart of downtown and The Crossings Branch in West Lethbridge Centre, as well as our Bookmobile or log on to our 24/7 accessible virtual library. Offering print and eResources, speakers, forums, concerts, symposiums, art exhibits, film festivals, The Word on the Street festival, craft programming, handmade fairs showcasing local artisans and craftspeople, as well as public use computers and free Wi-Fi.