Museum London is proud to open our five summer exhibitions:

Kent Monkman's "Shame and Prejudice: A Story of Resilience"
Monkman’s gender-fluid, time travelling alter-ego, Miss Chief Eagle Testickle, is our guide on a journey through Canada’s history that starts one-hundred and fifty years before Confederation and takes us to the present.

Difficult Terrain
A collection of historic objects and images that spark a conversation to oppose prejudice, discrimination, and oppression as well as to promote inclusion and diversity.

Noongom/ Ullumi/ Anohc/ Anichiish/ Nòn:wa/ Today: Recent Acquisitions
This exhibition welcomes new works into our collection, helping Museum London convey a broader representation of contemporary art created by Indigenous artists.

Fragile! Handle with Care

Come and see examples of the china, ceramic, pottery, and plaster items Museum London has collected over the years to help tell the story of London and Middlesex County.

What’s the Score? Sheet Music from the Collection
Museum London has some 400 examples of sheet music and we've reproduced the covers of 99 of them in this exhibition.

Image: Kent Monkman, The Bears of Confederation, 2016, acrylic on canvas, 190 x 345 cm. Collection of Michelle Bilodeau and Matt Kingston.