Bernie Miller and Noam Gonick
Location: Pantages Plaza, Main Street at Market Avenue
Medium: Weathering steel, stainless steel, tempered glass, light
So much that defines Winnipeg, its achievements and its rebellious core, was forged on Bloody Saturday.
In the Media:
- Global News, posted June 11, 2019: Streetcar sculpture marks 100 years of Bloody Saturday on Main Street
- CBC News, posted June 3, 2019: Streetcar sculpture brings 1919 Winnipeg General Strike to life
- Bordercrossings Magazine Issue #150, June 2019: A Streetcar Named Conspire
- Canada's History, posted March 11, 2019: Tipping Point, A new public artwork will be unveiled to mark 100 years since the Winnipeg General Strike
Bernie Miller, who died in October 2017, created major public art works across Canada, including Winnipeg’s Light Through, a series of light boxes integrated into the piers of the Disraeli Active Transportation Bridge. His sculpture commemorating Emma Goldman’s residency in Canada has yet to be built.