Opens January 28. This exhibition documents the work of artist Brian Jones, representing his meticulous technique and inventive imagery through selected drawings, prints, oil, and watercolour paintings.
Through art and artifacts, this dynamic exhibition explores the history of symbols that have come to express the Canadian identity.
Artists examine relationships formed between people and places, including resonant and often overlapping themes of community, travel, bridges and language.
Thursday, January 26, 2:00 pm
Frederick Banting’s name is synonymous with the cure for diabetes, but rarely is it associated with art-making. Curator Grant Maltman’s talk traces the integral role art played in Banting’s life.
Sunday, February 05, 1:00 pm
This opening reception is an excellent opportunity to meet some of the artists and to view the exhibitions with your friends and family.
Saturday, February 25, 9:00 am
Bring your own treasures, where you’ll have the opportunity to show them to experts in the field, who will explore with you what makes them special and unique.
Posted on January 19
Museum London’s Volunteer Committee is looking for new members to join the committee in 2017.
Posted on January 12
Share a photo of your experience when you visit on Wednesday, January 18.
Posted on December 4
We're looking for great ideas from the community for the new Centre at the Forks.
Posted on November 29
Finding a place where busy families can hit the pause button and spend time together without it costing a great deal of money can be difficult.
Tuesday - Sunday 12 to 5 pm
Thursday 12 to 9
Admission by donation.
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