‘Museum Windsor’ Rebuilding Moving Along At The Art Gallery
Monday August 10th, 2015
Posted at 11:00am
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Work continues on time and on budget at the site of the future Chimczuk Museum on the ground floor of the Art Gallery of Windsor. Highlights of the expansion project plans include a new, permanent, engaging exhibit on Windsor, animation of the Concourse to include exhibition/programming space and an Aboriginal Gallery, a new Children’s Gallery with dynamic exhibits and interactivity and development of temporary exhibit/programming space.
In addition, the first round of renovations at the François Baby House is complete with the final work to be finished before the end of the year.
Recently, Windsor City Council has approved the rebranding of “Windsor’s Community Museum” to “Museum Windsor” and a new logo is being developed.
The third facility under the Museum Windsor umbrella is the Duff-Baby Interpretive Centre on Mill Street.
A video of the progress can be seen above.