Lethbridge Public Art 5 Artist Talks 5 Public Art at the Library!
Vinyl black and white portraits on a window in the Lethbridge Public Library

Public Art at the Library!

Join us at the Lethbridge Public Library Main Branch this Saturday, April 27 at 1pm!

Lethbridge Public Library and Lethbridge Public Art are thrilled to present an artist talk that delves into the stories behind the public art pieces of Lethbridge. Join us as Faye Heavy Shield discusses her evocative work, Awaaniiyaawa / They Are Speaking, and William Singer III (Api’soomaahka) unveils the layers of Niitoyis itsinika’si / Lodge Stories and History.

This is your chance to hear directly from the artists about the inspiration and process behind their newly installed masterpieces. Engage with the art, the artists, and fellow art enthusiasts over delightful Indigenous food and refreshments. Don’t miss this enriching experience that celebrates the intersection of culture, community, and creativity. No RSVP required – please join us in welcoming these esteemed guests, and check out their artwork in its new home at the heart of downtown Lethbridge!

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The front detail of Interwoven Legacies by Karla Mather-Cox on a Zamboni
The outside of the Logan Boulet Ice Centre depicting Interwoven Legacies by Karla Mather-Cox across the top windows.