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New Trolley Exhibit installed in the Arizona Capitol Museum

We have been working with two venerable museums in the Phoenix, the Heard Museum and the Arizona Capitol Museum to create an exhibit telling the story of what mass transit looked like in the early years of Phoenix. The centerpiece of the exhibit is a large map of the Trolley System showing details of how far the system extended and on what streets the citizens of Phoenix could catch a ride. 

 

The exhibit is housed on the forth floor Senate Chambers Gallery of the Territorial Arizona Capitol Museum at 17th Avenue and Adams, Phoenix. Stop by and learn a bit of history as you explore the story of the Phoenix Trolley that first ran in 1887.

Sound Art

performs at
 First-Friday

event

We want to thank Sound Art for partcipating in last springs Fist Fridays Events

Photos: by SoundArt

 

Experience more of their work at :

Sound Art with Jimmy Peggie performed at many of Phoenix Trolley Museum's First Friday event on Grand Ave. The "experimental" music was a big hit art goers as they visited or strolled by the museum from one gallery to another. The nonprofit Sound Art is not really about music per se, but about sound as art in and of itself. Malodic, mystic sounds wafted through the neighborhood, catching the attention of young and old alike. Be sure and visit their website to learn more about  this unique form of "Art".

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