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The painting, Dundas Streetscape, by Cheryl Radford

Artwork by Cheryl Radford, “Dundas Streetscape (Clarence to Wellington),” Photographed by Wyn Geleynse

Welcome to the London Arts Council

The London Arts Council (LAC) works with public, private, and community partners to build and sustain Londoners’ awareness of, involvement in, and support for all artistic disciplines across the city.

Our programs in education, health, and community provide paid opportunities for professional artists to create and deliver artworks as well as, support arts organizations in London, ON.

Indigenous London Arts

Curator Summer Bressette and Designer Katie Wilhelm led the London Arts Council team in curating a virtual space to celebrate, honour, and share local Indigenous arts and culture in the spirit of the Two-Row Wampum and Two-Eyed Seeing.​


This virtual space represents a commitment from the London Arts Council to foster relationship building, as the consensual sharing of knowledge concerning Indigenous history, culture, and philosophy is the first step in this process.


The London Arts Council is committed to working in peace and healing with all Indigenous people. We work closely with the surrounding First Nations communities: Chippewas of the Thames First Nation, Oneida Nation of the Thames, and Munsee-Delaware Nation.

A photograph of a beaded artwork showing a family, artwork by hawlii pichette and photographed by Bangishimo

News and Stories

News and Stories

News and Stories

Image by Anthony DELANOIX


The London Arts Council has submitted two business cases to the City of London’s multi-year budget requesting budget increases to help us support the local arts sector.

Self Guided Public Art Tours

Choose Your Own Adventure

Animated Tours for Groups


Perfect for tourists and conference attendees, animated group tours are led by professional artists who have intimate knowledge about the local art landscape.


Free Self Guided or Virtual Tours for Individuals


Learn about London’s public art and public history through virtual or self-guided tours.

Easily accessible through our website, you can experience a virtual tour from the comfort of your desktop anywhere or walk a self-guided tour with your cellular phone or tablet.

London Arts Council public art tour, two people walk by a sculpture

London Arts Directory

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