As students, faculty, staff, and visitors make their way across campus, they will encounter many works of art, created in multiple styles and methods, steeped in the Catholic identity of King’s University College.
The art pieces found on King’s campus have been created by London and area artists, all of whom have earned a great reputation for their work. Many of the pieces of artwork were donated to King’s by members of our extended community.
The artwork that can be found on the King’s campus includes paintings, neon and stained glass, statues, sculptures and other works. The campus artwork includes the following pieces:
- Wooden Crest in King Centre
- Stained Glass in King Centre
- The Homeless Jesus out in front of the library
- He Who Comes to Serve facing Waterloo Street
- The Risen Christ on Wemple Hall
- Abrahamic Courtyard between Dante Lenardon Hall and the Faculty Building
- Angel Band Mobile in Labatt Hall
- The Havelka paintings across campus
A brochure, listing the artwork and delivering more information on the crafting and donation of each piece, can be downloaded here.