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.
Eunju (Post Graduate Diploma in Arts Management and BA in Theatre) is a dedicated arts administrator, inspiring arts educator & public speaker and creative storyteller.
Her extensive experience in Korea and Canada contributes to her unwavering support of the arts and culture internationally.
Curator, Public Programs and Learning
Jeremy Jeresky has a background in visual arts, public art, and community arts practices. As Curator, Public Programs & Learning, Jeremy works with the arts community and many other communities to create conditions for the arts to flourish and be accessible for everyone. "The best part of my job, is that every day I get to see the difference that the Arts are making in people's lives" - Jeremy Jeresky
Michael is a graduate of Fanshawe College in Business Accounting, and brings 17 years of accounting experience to the London Arts Council. When he is not counting beans, you may find him performing around London as a solo guitarist or along side Leanne Mayer. Michael was chosen as the Forest City London Music Award for Fan Favourite 2021, 98.1Free FM’s Made in London 2017 for his then band With A Fox, and has been a part of the London Arts Live program since 2015.
Assistant, Operations and Programs
Michelle started in her role as the Assistant of Operations & Programing at the London Arts Council in 2021, and has been assisting with programming such as London Arts Live, the Poet Laureate projects, and our ARTiculate creative writing series since. She holds a Master’s degree in Library and Information Science from Western University, and is a co-founder of Rose Garden Press through which she publishes handmade chapbooks featuring work by emerging and rooted Canadian writers.
Officer, Development and Investments
Rebekah Morrison-Wize, since returning to her hometown of London in 2003, has dedicated herself to the London arts community within her position as Officer, Development, and Investments with the London Arts Council.
Rebekah holds a BFA Honours Degree in Dance from York University. Living 20 years in Toronto, Rebekah worked with the Dancer Transition Resource Centre, Canada’s National Ballet School and Canadian Stage Theatre Company.
“I would like to announce my departure from the London Arts Council as Curator, Indigenous Programming and Cultivating Allyship. I would like to thank the London Arts Council for their encouragement, shared passion for investing in arts and culture, and, for their ongoing work in supporting Indigenous artists and Indigenous art in the city of London and the surrounding First Nations communities.
I’m excited to begin a new journey that centres my own art and storytelling, and I also look forward to continuing my work in the community as an educator and consultant. Chi-Miigwech Kinaweya, Thank You Everyone, for your support!”