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RMG Fridays

On the first Friday of the month, join the RMG in celebrating local talent. The gallery buzzes with live musical performances, interactive art experiences, open gallery spaces, social mingling and more. Suitable for music lovers, youth, families, date nights, and culture-vultures.

Each month at RMG Fridays, DRIFF (Durham Region International Film Festival) will be presenting a selection of shorts from their annual film programs. The goal of the DRIFF is to champion filmmakers and new artists in order to contribute to local, national, and international film landscapes. DRIFF aims to inspire filmmakers, movie buffs and the curious-minded with script-to-screen programming and extraordinary stories.

Free to attend | 7-10pm | Cash Bar | All ages welcome.

Upcoming Events

RMG Friday: Celebrating 10 Years of Broken Arts

April 05, 2019 from 7:00 PM to 10:00 PM

Join us for a celebration at this month’s RMG Friday!

We will be recognizing the charitable work of Broken Arts, a community organization that has been empowering youth and promoting emerging artists here in the Durham Region through their all-ages shows and events for the past decade.

Enjoy a performance by Kestrel Blue, an Oshawa artist who got his start through volunteering with Broken Arts. Now established in his practice, Kestrel Blue has found success in his self-recorded album Lyrebirds.

Take a step back in time with our exhibition tour of Riveting Women, a curated collection of historical photographs of the women of Durham Region who were recruited to fill various positions vacated by men during the Second World War, particularly within the ammunitions industry. Celebrate the trail-blazing work of these women who worked in factories, as nurses and everything in between.

Become entranced by Poly Trap Super Six a multi-media musical collective whose rotating cast of instrumentalists, video and visual artists will take you on a one-of-a-kind journey through light and sound.

Enjoy delectable treats from Durham College’s Centre for Food and wash it down with our cash bar offerings of draft beers and signature wines.

Be sure to catch a screening of DRIFF in a JIFF film, “Pizza Boy” by Mitchell Frankowski, a film that follows the story of obsessed pizza delivery boy, Richie, who tries to get a tip from a customer that just won’t give in.

All this and more at this month’s RMG Friday! See you there!

*Please note that by attending this event you agree to be photographed or captured on video.

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April 05, 2019 7:00 PM April 05, 2019 10:00 PM America/Toronto RMG Friday: Celebrating 10 Years of Broken Arts Join us for a celebration at this month’s RMG Friday!

We will be recognizing the charitable work of Broken Arts, a community organization that has been empowering youth and promoting emerging artists here in the Durham Region through their all-ages shows and events for the past decade.

Enjoy a performance by Kestrel Blue, an Oshawa artist who got his start through volunteering with Broken Arts. Now established in his practice, Kestrel Blue has found success in his self-recorded album Lyrebirds.

Take a step back in time with our exhibition tour of Riveting Women, a curated collection of historical photographs of the women of Durham Region who were recruited to fill various positions vacated by men during the Second World War, particularly within the ammunitions industry. Celebrate the trail-blazing work of these women who worked in factories, as nurses and everything in between.

Become entranced by Poly Trap Super Six a multi-media musical collective whose rotating cast of instrumentalists, video and visual artists will take you on a one-of-a-kind journey through light and sound.

Enjoy delectable treats from Durham College’s Centre for Food and wash it down with our cash bar offerings of draft beers and signature wines.

Be sure to catch a screening of DRIFF in a JIFF film, “Pizza Boy” by Mitchell Frankowski, a film that follows the story of obsessed pizza delivery boy, Richie, who tries to get a tip from a customer that just won’t give in.

All this and more at this month’s RMG Friday! See you there!

*Please note that by attending this event you agree to be photographed or captured on video.
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