To celebrate our Diamond Anniversary, the AAC established an Endowment Fund through the Community Foundation of Lethbridge & Southwestern Alberta. The initial $10,000 was raised in 2018 during our 60th Anniversary Year.

The Endowment Fund will help provide sustainability for future years and assist us as we carry out our mission of providing leadership in advancing and enhancing the arts in Lethbridge. It will be a permanent, income-earning fund. Initial gifts to the endowment will remain invested, while an annual allocation of fund earnings will be provided to the AAC to support community programming.

Please consider a gift to the Allied Arts Council Endowment Fund.

Diamond – $2500+
Ammolite – $2000 +
Emerald – $1500 +
Ruby – $1000+
Sapphire – $500+
Pearl – $250+
Other – $

All donations will receive a tax receipt and can be made at the Allied Arts Council office (318 7 Street South) or by the phone (403) 320-0555.


AAC Endowment Fund

Elaine and Darren Toth
Lethbridge Centennial Quilters
The John Family of the United Kingdom—In Memory of Dr. Barbara Lacey


ATB Financial
Val Matteotti Ranches Ltd.


FWBA Architects
Sven, Patricia, Leni and Leoni Roder
Royal LePage Commercial – Brent Oleksy


Amy Dodic
Avail CPA
Peter Mueller Kirschner
SONGER architecture inc


Alger Zadeiks Shapiro LLP
Brighter Together
dwr consulting
Erin Dartnell
Lethbridge Chamber of Commerce
Suzanne Lint
Westwinds Management Solutions –
Shilpa Stocker


Elaine Henderson
James Fisher
Lethbridge Chinese Manie Opera Society
Sharon Stevenson-Ferrari
Susan Pamela Gale
Belinda Crowson

Canada Helps

The AAC is a membership-based organization. We provide a coordinated effort in promoting the activities of artists and arts organizations in Lethbridge and area as well as engaging the community through the presentation of annual arts events designed to provide artists with the opportunity to share their creativity.

The AAC also manages Casa, Lethbridge’s community arts centre, on behalf of the City of Lethbridge. Casa is a multidisciplinary, multi-generation, multi-ability arts creation centre. Within Casa, we manage a flourishing and affordable education program that provides over 200 classes for children, youth, homeschoolers, adults, adults that require accessibility modifications, and persons transitioning from homelessness to first homes. Casa offers shared studio space to artists on a daily, monthly or yearly basis. Casa is also home to The Gallery at Casa a free, public gallery that features artists with a connection to the Lethbridge region.