Lori Goldberg was born and lives in Vancouver. She attended Langara College Fine Arts program, Ontario College of Art and Design and Emily Carr University of Art and Design. She is the recipient of many awards, including a Canada Council Grant, two Tony Onley Artist's Project Scholarship and the Vermont Artist Award.
Her work is in the collections of the Canada Art Bank, Contemporary Art Gallery, the City of Vancouver, Michael Audain private art collection and VGH Foundation.
Major exhibitions include South Main gallery, Vancouver / Justine Barnike Gallery, Ontario / Contemporary Art Gallery, Vancouver / the KX Kunst Kampfnagel Gallery, Hamburg.
As an artist, Goldberg has always sought intersections with broader communities, developing collaborative and mutually instructive inquiries about how art can impact positive environmental changes. She has spearheaded socially engaged project in Akumal, Mexico, Governors Island, NYC, Vancouver and Squamish BC.
She served for three years as the Provincial Representative of C.A.R./F.A.C. a Canada-wide advocacy and education NPO. As well, she was a founding director of the Vancouver Salish Sea Artist Residency.
Over the last two decades, Goldberg has taught at Emily Carr University of Art and Design and frequently presented at Hollyhock on Cortes Island. She is represented by Philip Josef Glasswork Gallery, White Plains, NY.