The demolition of the last smokestack Photography by Harrison Judd

“These pictures evoke the beauty and poetry of America’s bygone industrial past with an elegance and grace that honors what we have lost.”

Maurice Sendak, author, Where the Wild Things Are (1928-2012)

Please join us on

Friday, November 9 from 5 – 7 pm at  Artspace Gallery 480 Main Street*, Willimantic, CT for the opening reception of End of an Era: Past Identity/Future Vision an exhibition celebrating our industrial history and

commemorating the recent demolition of the American Thread Mills Smokestack featuring works by Harrison Judd Connecticut photographer & Willimantic resident.

Catalogs are available for sale through the Museum. All catalog proceeds go directly to The Mill Museum. Historical context and information provided by Dr. Jamie Eves Executive Director, Windham Textile & History Museum

*Parking is available next door to the gallery in the parking lot directly across from the Mill Museum at Windham Mills State Heritage Park 430 Main Street on the GPS

Walk directly under the bridge to get to Artspace