The Artlab (image below) is a cultural resource within the educational and research context of the Visual Arts Department Programme at the University of Western Ontario. A central component of the John Labatt Visual Arts Center (above image), the Artlab includes a gallery approximately 1600 square feet in size with ceilings 30 feet high. Through exhibitions, lectures, performances, publications, and special projects, the Artab provides a forum for critical activities around cultural practices.

The McIntosh Gallery (image below right) is a public art gallery located at the University of Western Ontario. Built in 1942 the McIntosh is one of Canada's oldest art galleries. The permanent collection includes over 3100 work in various media. Since 1969 the University has provided the principle financial support for the operation of the Gallery that features art work of local, national and international significance.


Museum London (above image) has a mandate to collect, preserve, exhibit and interpret the visual arts and local history. Presenting a dynamic mis of interconnexted exhibitions and programs that have both a local and national relevance, the Museum's exhibitions and programs are often cross-disciplinary, and augmented by interpretative material, publications, symposia, discussions, lectures, films or other events.