A place to gather, discover resources and research art, craft and design. 

Library Access

Library Summer Hours (Monday to Friday 9 am to 4 pm) will be in effect July 4 to September 2.

We are open to all AUArts students, staff and faculty and the public. We will continue to waive overdue fees for the duration of the pandemic. Please see AUArts COVID-19 Updates for the latest news on campus access. 

Try our new, live Chat With Us service, or book a one-on-one MS Teams Video or Chat appointment with a library staff member to help answer any library-related questions. The library team is responding to emails and continues to support your teaching and learning needs.  

"Art just cannot live on itself. It has to draw on a broader knowledge."
     Anselm Kiefer

Hours

NOTE: Summer Hours (Monday to Friday 9 am to 4 pm) will be in effect July 4 to September 2.

Monday-Friday

8 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.

Saturday

CLOSED

Sunday 

CLOSED

Welcome/Oki

We would like to take this opportunity to gratefully acknowledge that the Luke Lindoe Library rests on the traditional Treaty 7 territories of the Blackfoot people.

In the spirit of our efforts to promote reconciliation, we acknowledge the traditional territories and oral practices of the Blackfoot Confederacy (Siksika, Piikani and Kainai), the Tsuut’ina (Sarcee), the Stoney Nakoda First Nations (Bearspaw, Chiniki and Wesley), the Metis Nation (Region 3) and all those who make their homes in the Treaty 7 region of Southern Alberta.

Photo: Alisha Marie Adams, How the Raven Turned Black; a Mi'kmaq story told by my Auntie, Cone 04 earthenware, coloured slip, underglaze, glaze, 24K gold, 18K gold, hand cut, shibugami paper, bookboard, wire, 2018. Photo credit: Alisha Marie Adams.

Alisha Marie Adams. How the Raven Turned Black; a Mi'kmaq story told by my Auntie. Photo credit: Alisha Marie Adams. Cone 04 earthenware, coloured slip, underglaze, glaze, 24K gold, 18K gold, hand cut, shibugami paper, bookboard, wire.