Lethbridge Public Art 5 Calls 5 Call for Expressions of Interest: Community Murals

Call for Expressions of Interest: Community Murals

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Find out all the latest news about Public Art in Lethbridge. Come to an artist talk and learn more about the process of creation. Participate in workshops for new artists. Look for submission and public engagement opportunities happening in the city. Be the first one to discover a new artwork in the community.

The Ball Is In Your Court, Jennifer Marman and Daniel Borins, January 2019

Call for Artists: Logan Boulet Arena “Ripple Effect”

Call for Artists: Logan Boulet Arena “Ripple Effect”

EOI Submission deadline: August 7, 2023 at 4:30pm MT The City of Lethbridge Public Art Program is seeking an artist to design a multi-site artwork to be used as a vinyl wrap on windows above the entrance of the Logan Boulet Arena on 9th Ave N and 13th Street South,...

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Call for Artists: Traffic Control Vinyl Wrapping

Call for Artists: Traffic Control Vinyl Wrapping

EOI Submission deadline: June 12, 2023 at 4:30pm local time  The City of Lethbridge Public Art Program is seeking multiple artists to design artworks to be used to vinyl wrap traffic control boxes located along 13th Street. The boxes themselves are one of two styles,...

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Call for Artists: Indigenous Legacy Commemoration Project

Call for Artists: Indigenous Legacy Commemoration Project

EOI Submission deadline: March 24, 2023 In response to the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada, the City of Lethbridge adopted the Reconciliation Implementation Plan in 2017, in partnership with the Lethbridge Indigenous Sharing Network. The City of...

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Takashi Iwasaki Artist Talk

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,...

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About Lethbridge Public Art

Whether a large-scale contemporary sculptural work, functional elements integrated into the public realm, temporary video or sound installation or other site-specific interventions, public art has the ability to capture the public’s imagination. It can evoke aspects of the social, natural, cultural, physical, political, economic or historical context of the site and its locale. Public art enhances the urban fabric of the community by creating beloved landmarks, reflecting the local heritage, conveying Lethbridge’s cultural image while helping to foster a community identity.

Hinode, Takashi Iwasaki, 2022