Galleries

Artlab Gallery
Lohn Labatt Visual Arts Centre, Western University, 1151 Richmond St. London, ON
N6A 5B7
Located in John Labatt Visual Arts Centre at Western University, the Artlab Gallery is a vital part of the Department of Visual Arts. The Gallery is focused on projects that involve and respond to social and cultural issues, primarily supporting the research and practice of students and faculty. Each year approximately 14 projects and events are presented, exploring conceptual and experimental production that includes a wide range of mediums.
While the Artlab does not accept unsolicited submissions, the Steering Committee and Department are open to projects and initiatives of all kinds that have the potential to connect the Department with the University, the City of London, the Southwestern Ontario region and beyond.
http://www.uwo.ca/visarts/artlab/
(519) 661-2111 x 85855
DNA Gallery
123 Dundas St, London, ON
N6A 1E8
DNA is a privately owned commercial art gallery based in London, Ontario. Dedicated to the importance of investing in contemporary art in Canada, the owners, Allison and Damir Matic, established the space in 2013. DNA occupies the first and second levels of 123 Dundas Street. The building’s central location provides an accessible environment for the public to frequently engage with contemporary art. With rotating exhibitions, discussions, and the DNA bookshop, the gallery works to promote and sustain itself within the current dialogue of contemporary art. DNA collaborates with various Canadian artists, curators, writers, and art institutions to develop diverse and engaging programming.
http://dnagallery.ca/
(519) 435-1234
East Village Arts Collective
755 Dundas St. London, ON
N5W 2Z6
EVAC’s purpose is to support art and creativity in the East Village and greater London community, by providing inclusive, accessible and affordable gallery/creative space, resources, workshops and events. We host a wide variety of concerts, exhibits, workshops, installations and community groups, working with the neighbourhood population artists and organizations to strengthen community ties and the local art/music scenes.
http://eastvillagearts.ca/index.htm
(519) 494-2785
Forest City Gallery
258 Richmond Street, London, ON
N6B 2H7
Forest City Gallery (FCG) is an artist-run centre founded on artistic autonomy with a commitment to excellence in programming exhibitions and events that reflect and address recent developments in cultural production. FCG serves to foster and support contemporary art, promoting dialogue amongst local, regional, and international arts communities. FCG represents artists of all disciplines and career levels with a focus on emergent artists and practices.
http://www.forestcitygallery.com/
(519) 434-5875
McIntosh Gallery
Western University, 1151 Richmond St. London, ON
N6A 3K7
A university-based, public art gallery since 1942, McIntosh Gallery collaborates with artists, curators and academics to develop innovative strategies to interpret and disseminate visual culture. Exhibitions, educational programs and special events provide a platform for engagement with visual art and artists. McIntosh Gallery acknowledges the support of the Canada Council for the Arts through its ‘Assistance to Art Museums and Public Galleries Program,’ the Ontario Arts Council, Western University, Foundation Western, and our members and donors.
http://mcintoshgallery.ca/
(519 ) 661-3181
Museum London
421 Ridout St. North, London, ON
N6A 5H4
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Museum London’s activities are driven by a mandate to collect, preserve, exhibit and interpret the visual arts and local history. We present a dynamic mix of interconnected exhibitions and programs that have both local and national relevance. Our exhibitions and programs are often cross-disciplinary, augmented by interpretative material, publications, symposia, discussions, lectures, films or other events. As such, they provide visitors with a range of interactive, interpretive experiences.
http://museumlondon.ca/
(519) 661-0333
TAP Centre for Creativity
203 Dundas St. London, ON
N6A 1G4
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TAP (formerly known as The ARTS Project) is at the centre of creativity in London, supporting emerging and developing theatre, visual and performing artists. Our doors are open for artists and the public to overlap, participate and experience how creativity can transform and enrich us and our community. Featuring a gallery, black-box theatre, multi-use workshop space, and 10 resident artist studios all within our heritage building, TAP provides a unique space where people can tap into creativity.
https://tapcreativity.org/
(519) 642-2767