WELLAND (Special) – While the murals are celebrating their 25th anniversary, how many know why and how they were made? This lecture will explore the development of the murals, how they were constructed and what their current condition is. Don’t miss out on your chance to learn all about the Welland Murals before they are gone forever!
The lecture begins at 1:30 pm Saturday, Nov. 7 at the Welland Museum.
Those in attendance are asked to bring a non-perishable food item or children’s toy to support the local community. Due to limited seating capacity, pre-registration is required. Please call the museum at 905-732-2215 to register in advance.
Andrew Bucsis is a former long-term resident of Fonthill. Currently he is the Curatorial Assistant at the Canadian Clay & Glass Gallery in Waterloo. He has a Masters degree in Art History from SUNY Purchase and wrote his thesis on the Welland Murals.