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Streetcar Show Is Open!

So Friday afternoon, a half day early, the exhibition Electric Avenue: Historic Streetcars of Windsor threw its doors open to the public.

The show runs now, through January 3, 2010. The opening reception is open to the public and is October 16th, from 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm with regular gallery admission.

The show features historic images and maps from the Bernie Drouillard collection, as well as contemporary images from Andrew Foot, John Stefani & Darren Bonnici.

Above is a crappy video I shot on my Camera Phone, consider it a sneak peak…

Details about the show, the opening and the panel discussions are listed below. I hope to see you out on the 16th.

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