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Charles Houska working on Joy Ride
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Charles Houska working on Joy Ride

Grand Hall Mural Project: Charles Houska

Join the Foundry for the unveiling of Joy Ride on Friday, September 2, 2022, 5-8pm. The Foundry Art Centre is excited to announce the unveiling of the second annual Grand Hall Mural Project, featuring Joy Ride, a three-part mural by St. Louis artist Charles Houska. The Grand Hall Mural Project, begun in 2021, is an exhibition program featuring original, commissioned work by professional artists installed in the Foundry Art Centre’s Grand Hall. Joy Ride is made possible with the generous support of Ted Wight with Dielmann Sotheby’s International Realty.

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