Community News

Holly King at Core 21

January 12th, 2016

The RMG is thrilled to present artist Holly King’s photograph Chalk Shoreline in the windows of Core21, a co-working space in downtown Oshawa. The artwork is in conjunction with the exhibition Holly King: Edging Towards the Mysterious and will be on view until Spring 2015.

This project is the first of a series of artworks in the windows of downtown businesses, and an on-going partnership with the RMG and Core21.

The RMG extends a special thank you to Media Sign for the beautiful vinyl printing and ongoing support.

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