Dundas Place (Dundas Street between Ridout Street and Talbot Street)
Friday, November 26 from 5:00 pm to 10:00 pm
Saturday, November 27 from 11:00 am to 10:00 pm
Sunday, November 28 from 12:00 pm to 4:00 pm

Twelve shipping containers are taking over Dundas Place for the new weekly Festival of Markets! The container units will host different vendors each week and the street will be programmed with large-scale art installations and live music. The first series of weekly markets is IndigenART which will feature Indigenous vendors showcasing food, art, and music. You can expect to find clothing, beading, zines, ceramics, and health and wellness products. 

Visit the GardenShip and State exhibition booth and meet participating artists Michelle Wilson, Quinn Smallboy, and artist-curator Patrick Mahon. Learn more about this groundbreaking exploration of climate change and colonialism through art in exhibition images by Indigenous artists Lori Blondeau, Adrian Stimson, Jeff Thomas, and Quinn Smallboy whose drum ring works will also be available for purchase. Support the building of an Anishinaabe Round House on Chippewa of the Thames First Nation with the purchase of a silkscreen map poster by Michelle Wilson in collaboration with Rezonance Printing. Pick up a complimentary heritage corn seed packet and free exhibition Journal to explore your own creative responses to the exhibition, on now at Museum London.