inSauga article on the reveal of a new one-dollar coin which will celebrate the late Mississauga Jazz music legend Oscar Peterson.
insauga article on new Port Credit restaurant-bar, Canvas Art Bar, a new spot displaying art and hosting music, comedy, and poetry events.
Modern Mississauga article by Historian Matthew Wilkinson on the history of the Small Arms Inspection Building from wartime to present.
Mississauga News: Sacha Taylor’s art seeks to build on the intimate relationship people have with their automobiles
Mississauga News article about Sacha Taylor, visual artist who paints luxury automotive art.
insauga article on The Dreamboats’ return to Mississauga, LIVE at the Living Arts Centre (LAC) on April 29.
Mississauga’s own award-winning band, The Dreamboats, have made the big move to California! Catch them in Mississauga at the LAC in April!
CBC News: 21-year old Mississauga trumpeter and MAC member William Leathers heading to Nashville Symphony after Juilliard graduation
News for Freelancers! CBC News: Ontario designing ‘portable benefits’ plan for workers who don’t have coverage
CBC News: Ontario designing ‘portable benefits’ plan for workers who don’t have coverage, reported to be coming in 2022
CBC visited the AGM and interviewed curator Asma Mahmood, as well as some of the artists of the show, “Lotus of Thanks” for Toronto Now.
Check out these entertainment, food, and beverage events happening St. Patrick’s Day, March 17, 2022 in Mississauga, Brampton and Caledon!
Complex interview with Mississauga-raised actor Simu Liu, now star of the blockbuster Marvel movie, Shang-Chi.
Feature from the Toronto Star highlighting upcoming virtual events from MartysHUB.com for the week of Jan 19, 2022.
Ayomide Bayowa’s first official act as Mississauga’s Poet Laureate will be his participation in the City’s Remembrance Day Ceremony where he will recite John McCrae’s iconic 1915 poem, In Flanders Fields.
Liz Braun – Publishing date:Nov 10, 2021 • Physical Training No.1 Convalescent Hospital...
Dan White Publishing date:Oct 22, 2021 • October 22, 2021 • 4 minute read • Join the...
Modern Mississauga: Learn about Stella Jurgen’s “Colour Me” art exhibition at Mississauga’s Pazan Gallery
October 22, 2021/ Susan Gibbins Photography by Peeter Poldre Stella Jurgen’s “Colour Me” art...
Poets unflinchingly face the world in its complexity in Poetry on the Mainstage for the Frankfurt Book Fair
The Ontario government, in consultation with the Chief Medical Officer of Health, has released A Plan to Safely Reopen Ontario and Manage COVID-19 for the Long-Term, which outlines the province’s gradual approach to lifting remaining public health and workplace safety measures by March 2022
After 2,300 submissions from children and teens across the province, the Royal Ontario Museum is launching its first crowdsourced exhibition, which centres on seeing the pandemic through the eyes of Ontario’s young people.
MISSISSAUGA NEWS: ART Rx: Here’s why the Mississauga Arts Council wants to start a ‘social prescription’ pilot in Peel
From depression and concussion recovery to MS, arts have helped Mississauga residents take back their lives
CreativeHub 1352’s InSitu Multi-Arts Festival, The Lost Museum, recognized for two prestigious awards!
CreativeHub 1352 wins at the Annual Ontario Arts Education Association Awards and Web Excellence Awards!
Canada’s Wonderland – Halloween Haunt 2021 Full Review – Live Music, Performances and Artists (Part One)
Review: Halloween Haunt 2021 at Canada’s Wonderland: What’s new? Was it scary? Is it worth it?
WATCH NOW: Ask A Historian: Curious Buildings, Old Movie Theatres, and the Introduction of Disease by Settlers
This week, Historian Matthew Wilkinson answers questions from the community on old buildings in Cooksville, movie theatres from the 1970s, and the introduction and impacts of disease from settlers on Indigenous communities.
Link to the Article originally published to The Armenian Mirror Spectator YEREVAN /...
To better understand the impact of COVID-19 on the economy, the consumer mindset and to inform marketing recovery strategies, Destination Ontario has accessed various economic, public attitude and behavior studies.
Mississauga musicians who’d like to record a song in a world-renowned studio that’s hosted a who’s who of international recording stars should get busy writing.
CBC Arts: How watching old Disney movies can remind us to find the quiet magic in our everyday lives
Comparing 2021’s Cruella to 1961’s One Hundred and One Dalmatians may hold a lesson about how we want to live
Yesterday, it was announced that on Friday, July 16, the province will move into Step 3 of Ontario’s Roadmap to Reopening.
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TOAF Toronto Online Art Fair – Melina Cossio
🥳🥳🥳 I’m excited to announce that I’ll be participating exclusively online at the Toronto Online Art Fair at TOAF.ca from July 2 - 9, 2023! 🗓 MY LINKS ➡️https://www.melinacossio.com ➡️https://bookanartist.co/artist/artist-for-hire/4144 […]
An exploration of identity, home and belonging. LEARN MORE Visit two historic sites to experience four unique exhibition projects that share stories rooted in themes of identity, home, […]
No Place Exhibition
No Place Visit the Bradley Museum installation exploring what it means to desire closeness to a place and identity outside one’s own. LEARN MORE Curated by Arezu Salamzadeh, No Place explores core […]
Latin American Women Art Show: Carla Gonzalez & Raquel Casanova
Hispanic Canadian Arts & Cultural Association presents 'Latin American Women Art Show: Two Generations Mother & Daughter' featuring the works of Raquel Casanova and Carla Gonzalez. On at Pazan […]
Winter Wonder – Arts on the Credit
Check out Arts on the Credit's Winter Wonder virtual group show for the month of December! Featuring: Sandra Robson, Helen Anne Lemke, Shruti Bylhalli, Diane Dowsett, Laura Beaton, Marie Payne, […]
Niagara Pumphouse Arts Centre Holiday Market
The Niagara Pumphouse Arts Centre will be hosting its annual Holiday Market again this December! This event features a wide range of one-of-a-kind, handmade holiday gifts, ornaments, and decor created […]
Mosey over to the Bradley Museum Barn to enjoy an evening of open stage drag karaoke. Take the stage to sing, or relax and enjoy a variety of music genre […]
Join Kaleidosocpe Studios for their Holiday Pop-Up Market! Happening Saturday, December 9 from 10 AM to 5 PM at The Kinsmen Centre in Streetsville. Meet Professional Artists and […]
Cranberry Christmas Market is Mississauga Arts Council’s (MAC) annual curated Holiday Market featuring local Mississauga artisans, craft, and food vendors. Join us at Clarke Memorial Hall (161 Lakeshore Rd W, Mississauga, […]
ArtTrendZ is excited to announce its first indoor show and sale at Churchill Meadows Community Centre, partnering with Sharon Mathew and sponsored by Councillor Sue McFadden. The show will feature […]
Mississauga Chamber Singers present: Benjamin Britten's 'Ceremony of Carols', and Seasonal Music with harp and strings. Celebrate the magic and splendor of the holiday season with Benjamin Britten's enchanting Ceremony of […]