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.


Alberta Media Arts Alliance Society (AMMAS)

Media Arts & Film


Provincial arts service organization that advocates, educates and celebrates media art and artists in Alberta.

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.

LIFS - Lethbridge Independent Film Society logo

Lethbridge Independent Film Society (LIFS)

Festival, Media Arts & Film


The LIFS is a not-for-profit society which aims to enrich the cultural landscape of Southern Alberta by engaging all artists involved in filmmaking, offering resources and encouraging mentorship, collaboration and exhibition.

University of Lethbridge Art Gallery

Art Services & Resources, Literary Arts, Media Arts & Film, Textile Arts, Visual Arts


Located on Treaty 7 territory, the traditional land of Niitsitapi (Blackfoot Confederacy), the University of Lethbridge Art Gallery is an accessible space that fosters visibility to the arts through diverse community engagement, supported by sustainable infrastructure, and founded on relationships, consultation, and education.

The University of Lethbridge Art Gallery wants to be the most accessible art gallery in Canada. We want to make a difference in people’s lives by providing access for a diversity of people to the art that we house in our collection and that we display. We embrace the Blackfoot teaching that those with knowledge have a responsibility to care for and to share that knowledge.