The Padzieski Art Gallery has collaborated with local artists and collectors to present "Hudson's Historic Windows to the Past," an exhibition that invites viewers to experience the history and the glory days of Detroit’s iconic J.L. Hudson Department Store (1891 – 1998) through photographs and memorabilia.
The exhibition features rare photos of the store’s famous window displays from the 1900s into the 1960s. The exhibition began July 13 and runs through Aug. 4 with a FREE “Art & Appetizers,” Gallery Talk and presentation Wednesday, July 26 from 6-8 p.m.
Artists and collectors Paul Balog and Timothy Caldwell have teamed up with Detroit historian and author Michael Hauser to share images of the downtown Detroit Hudson’s historic window displays, as well as other important memorabilia and unique items from their collections, to present a fascinating look at life from the past.
All this and more will be discussed and presented by these knowledgeable collectors and historians at “Art & Appetizers,” an entertaining Gallery Talk on Wednesday, July 26 at 6 p.m. Hudson’s and Detroit-themed refreshments will be served as history buffs and the simply curious share stories and information on the importance of Hudson’s to the local community, Southeast Michigan, and to the world. The Gallery Talk, “Art & Appetizers” is free and open to the public without registration.
Regular hours for The Padzieski Gallery are Tuesday-Friday, 12-6 p.m. And, this month only, Saturday, July 22, from 7-9 p.m. and Saturday, July 29, from 1-4 p.m.