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Calls for Submissions

Calls for Submissions

Calls include: permanent and temporary Public art; Poet Laureates; Art on the Screens; and other opportunities.

Current Calls:

Resident Artist Program at the Living Arts Centre

The Resident Artist Program is designed to support emerging and mid-career artist and artisans in developing and maintaining their art and design practice. The RA Program provides exhibition opportunities, mentorship and professional training, networking and commission opportunities to artists displaying dynamic artistic merit and comprehensive technical ability in the studio of their choice.

Music 311 Program Application

Calling local musicians! We want to feature your music on the City's 311 lines. Music 311 is a new program that will feature local music on the City of Mississauga's 311 call queue lines. The program will showcase the talent and diversity of Mississauga's musicians while helping to build new audiences. The submission deadline is Wednesday, October 20, 2021 at 5:00pm EST

Call for BIPOC Curator or Curators

The Museums of Mississauga and Mississauga Celebration Square have partnered to invite a Curator or team of Curators who identify as BIPOC to develop a project that engages with the community using the Museums and Mississauga Celebration Square as a platform to be delivered in 2022. Submissions will be accepted until Friday, October 29, 2021 at 5:00pm EST.

Call to Public Art Curators - Expression of Interest (EOI)

The City of Mississauga seeks to commission a professional Indigenous public art curator to assist with the development of a waterfront Indigenous Art Trail. In this role, the curator will develop a community-informed public art plan and lead the commissioning process for three public art projects by Indigenous artists. The submission deadline is Tuesday, December 14, 2021 at 4:00pm EST.

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Presented by The Chamber Music Society of Mississauga in the Small Arms Inspection Building. On Wednesday, November 10, beginning at noon, the 20-minute show performed every hour on the hour with the last performance at 7 pm.

On the heels of our successful Indigenous Gathering and Celebration event, we are excited to invite you to our upcoming Indigenous Art Exhibit! All are welcome with the exhibit showcasing art from indigenous artists locally and from across Ontario.

The City of Mississauga seeks to commission a professional Indigenous public art curator to assist with the development of a waterfront Indigenous Art Trail. In this role, the curator will develop a community-informed public art plan and lead the commissioning process for three public art projects by Indigenous artists.

Join the Museums of Mississauga in partnership with the Mississauga Library for an interactive conversation. In this presentation, we explore a few of the stories, photographs and artifacts belonging to Mississauga residents who participated in both World Wars, both on the front lines and at home.