Performances at 1:00 pm and 3:00 pm

The London Arts Council presents Invitation to Korean Mountain in our new space, Centre at the Forks. This performance blends large-scale traditional hangul (Korean calligraphy) with live Samulnori music and interpretive light projections. Visitors will have the opportunity to learn how to write their names in hangul.

Artists: Calligrapher Eunju Yi (as “The Sun”); Ink-boy Jeremy Jeresky (as “The Moon”); and a 5-person traditional Korean Samulnori troupe featuring instruments such as the book (drum), haegeum (Korean violin), janggu (hourglass-shaped drum), jing (big gong), and kkwaenggwari (small gong).

Dundas Street between Ridout Street and Tablot Street is currently closed. Please walk/roll/bike/drive heading westbound on Queens Avenue to get to us!

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On Sunday, September 30:

1:00 pm - Ribbon-cutting ceremony with Mayor Matt Brown and Museum London Executive Director Brian Meehan

1:15 pm to 4:00 pm - The People's Forest Project community art activity

1:30 pm - First Musical Performance by Animal Street (James Kirkpatrick and Mean Joe Tunes)

2:15 pm to 2:45 pm - Artist Book signing

3:00 pm - Second Musical Performance by Animal Street (James Kirkpatrick and Mean Joe Tunes)

We are proud to officially launch our new community space, Centre at the Forks! Join us in celebrating this milestone for both the Museum and the region at large.

The launch ceremony will be in conjunction with our fall exhibition opening reception. This is your opportunity to meet some of the artists and curators of our newest exhibitions:
Words and Pictures: Cartoonists of Southwestern Ontario
Ting: The Life and Work of Merle Tingley,
and Bev Pike: Grottesque

There will be a book-signing featuring artists from the exhibition Words and Pictures: Cartoonists of Southwestern Ontario: Scott Chantler, David Collier, Willow Dawson, Jesse Jacobs, Mark Laliberte, Joe Ollmann, Seth, and Jay Stephens.

For the People's Forest Project, make a leaf and add your voice to our community tree sculptures. Artist Jacqueline Demendeev created the trees in partnership with local organizations. Make a cloud for the LUSO tree and tell us what dreams you have for the future. Make a leaf for the Poet's tree and reflect on your memories of being from here. Make a heart for the PRIDE tree and tell us who is important to you.

And treat your ears to two musical performances by Animal Street (James Kirkpatrick and Mean Joe Tunes) providing live chip tune/circuit bent hip hop compositions while featuring a "best of" from the Animal Street Recordsinstrumental collection.

Bring your friends and family to view the newest art and artifacts on display at the Museum. There will be hors d’oeuvres and a cash bar. This event is free, all-ages, and wheelchair accessible.