Opening Night

So tonight is the official grand opening of Electric Avenue: Historic Streetcars of Windsor at the Art Gallery of Windsor.

The project is a collaboration between myself, John Stefani, Bernie Drouillard, Ron Drouillard, Chris Holt and Darren Bonnici. I was lucky enough to have been involved as the guest curator.

The opening reception for both Electric Avenue & Scott Conarroe‘s By Rail.

If you can, try and make it out tonight to the opening reception at the Art Gallery of Windsor. As most readers know, the AGW is working on a limited budget these days, especially given the lack of support for the arts in the city and county, so coming out to support a show with a local focus is important.

Details for both Electric Avenue and By Rail can be found below.

I hope to see and meet many of you out there tonight.


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