Free Admission Now at the Art Gallery of Windsor
Tuesday March 20th, 2012
Posted at 12:15pm
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Starting tomorrow, March 21st all visitors will be able to enjoy free admission to the Art Gallery of Windsor during regular public hours, including weekends.
“With the anticipated arrival of the Windsor Public Library to the main floor, the Gallery expects that the move to free admission will support audience exchange opportunities that will enrich and diversify the visitor experience,” said Catharine Mastin, AGW Director.
Features at the gallery right now include A Season of Abstract Art featuring works by Canadian artists William Perehudoff, John Kissick and Luanne Martineau along with Art for Canada: An Illustrated History featuring works from the collection.
Free events and activities still include the popular Sundays in the Studio, family-friendly tours, workshops and more! Visit the Art Gallery website for exhibition schedules and programs.
If you are heading down to the gallery, because of the start of the construction on the City’s aquatic centre, access to Chatham and Pitt Street, between Church and Bruce, is now closed with pedestrian access west of the Gallery limited to Riverside Drive. Access to the Art Gallery parking lot is available from Church Street only.