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OEV Culture Cruise

Wander the streets of OEV to see murals by local artists, public art by a Canadian legend, one of London’s only National Historic Sites, an ever-growing collection of clay tile mosaics, and so much more! Find yourself lost in the creativity, innovation, and heritage that define OEV.

Thanks to the London Arts Council, City of London, and Stefan Sago for creating this video showcasing the value of public art in OEV.

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NEW: Mosaic Sidewalk Tiles Throughout OEV!

The latest addition to Old East Village's impressive array of public art is a series of ten mosaic sidewalk tiles located along Dundas Street between Adelaide and Rectory. They were installed in June of 2023 by the Clayworx Community Mosaic Projects team under the guidance of Mosaic Art Director, Beth Turnbull Morrish. The tiles for each one were created by different community groups and organizations.

This project was featured by CBC News: read the article and watch the video below to learn about the creation process and the people behind the work.

​The locations and contributors of the ten sidewalk tiles are listed below:

  1. The Root Cellar (623 Dundas) created by Banting House

  2. Chapman's Pharmacy (650 Dundas) created by London InterCommunity Health Centre

  3. Clayworx (664 Dundas) created by Clayworx

  4. Thai Taste (671 Dundas) created by the City of London

  5. Unique Food Attitudes (697 Dundas) created by the OEV BIA

  6. Palace Theatre (710) created by Palace Theatre

  7. The Unity Project (717 Dundas) created by LIFE*SPIN

  8. Dundas and English intersection created by OEV contributors

  9. Regency Florists (773 Dundas) created by the Western Fair Group

  10. Aeolian Hall (795 Dundas) created by Aeolian Hall

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