Mirvish+Gehry Toronto Will Feature OCAD U Facility Honouring Princess of Wales
February 14, 2013
Yesterday, OCAD University announced it will name its new 25,000 square foot facility within Mirvish+Gehry Toronto The Princess of Wales Centre for Visual Arts at OCAD University. Along with the David Mirvish Collection gallery, this new facility will serve as the cultural centrepiece for a re-imagined stretch of King Street West and an evolving downtown arts and culture district.
For more coverage of yesterday’s exciting announcement, please visit the media sources below:
The National Post – Royal assent: William and Harry cheer OCAD University decision to name new arts centre after Princess Diana
The Globe and Mail – OCAD’s new cultural centre to be named Princess of Wales Art Centre
Urbantoronto – Details Emerge for OCAD U at Mirvish+Gehry Project
For the Official Press Release and Supplementary Announcement Visuals, please visit OCAD University.