Glenbow Museum and TORODE Install Upside Down Church in Calgary TODAY



    CALGARY, Sept. 5 /CNW/ - Glenbow Museum and the TORODE Group of Companies
invite you to witness the arrival and installation of world-renowned artist
Dennis Oppenheim's controversial upside down church sculpture. As arts
champions, Glenbow and TORODE, a Calgary real estate developer, are thrilled
to partner to offer all Calgarians an opportunity to be inspired, challenged,
excited and engaged in this provocative artwork. Join us today to see the
sculpture roll into our city on the back of a flat bed truck and watch as it's
installed in Calgary's most creative neighbourhood.

    
    WHAT:    Dennis Oppenheim's upside down church sculpture arrives and is
             installed

    WHERE:   Ramsay Exchange, 803 - 24th Avenue SE, Calgary, Alberta, CANADA

    WHEN:    Friday, September 5, 2008 at 10 am (installation will last
             throughout the day)
    

    To access event images, post-event, please go to glenbow.org/oppenheim





For further information:

For further information: and interviews, please contact: Karin Poldaas,
Media and Communications Specialist, Glenbow Museum, office (403) 268-4246,
mobile (403) 891-9079, kpoldaas@glenbow.org; Robin Murphy, Director, Marketing
and Public Art, The TORODE Group of Companies, (403) 355-6017, (403) 651-6151,
rmurphy@torode.com

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