Speaker: Amber Lloydlangston, Museum London Curator of Regional History
Cost: $8, $10 for 2 people per session, $40 for all 8 sessions

Hear Curator Amber Lloydlangston discuss the process of developing London: A History, the Museum's new permanent collection history exhibition, which explores the long history of our community. Get an inside look at the curatorial process of finding and including artifacts, their stories, and learning which ones didn’t make the cut. Learn more about some of the special artifacts featured in the exhibition, such as the reproducing of a “Dish with One Spoon” wampum belt, the box Tolpuddle Martyr John Stanfield made, and the small wrought iron sculpture of London disability activist, Nancy Skinner.

Image: Majestic Theatre, Dundas Street facing east, London Ontario, c. 1920s, Post Card, Dr J. Malcolm Smith Collection of Postcards and Ephemera, Archives and Special Collections, Western Libraries, Western University