One Must See Attraction – Museum London
Do you or someone you know have an interest in art history? Museum London has been sharing the story of Londoners for 70 years. Located at the intersection of Dundas on 421 Ridout St North near the Thames River, open Tuesday to Sunday 12:00 PM – 5:00 PM.
The exhibition is honoring craftsmanship from London Ontario’s city from the mid-1800’s till current. There are highlights of over 150 years of art made locally, showcasing over 5,000 regional and Canadian original art pieces. Be sure to take a glimpse at the 45,000 artifacts too. You can find symbols that express Canadians identity and an old school cursive writing tool along countless others.
Who and What You’ll Find
There are multiple works created by Paterson Ewen, Jack chambers, Greg Curnoe and many others. Brian Jones provides some diligent techniques shown through selective drawings, prints, oils and watercolour paintings. The Sun Shines in All Yards is one piece of his you can discover here.
Care to Join?
March 23, 2017
Culture club, with author, Kym Wolfe is a program customized to ages 55+ an event that will include a viewing of Philip Aziz’s (1923-2009) work. This will be hosted Thursday, March 23 at 2:00 PM. Also, take a chance to discuss the people and experiences that influenced his masterpieces, throughout his life. Enjoy a gathering with others that have similar interests as you and taste some refreshments. Admission is $5.00 per person and you can register from Museum London’s website, or sign up for newsletters to receive information on upcoming programs.