Maps of Mississauga

Maps of Mississauga

Welcome to Maps of Mississauga, a showcase of work by Mississauga's artists and illustrators who created artistic interpretations of their neighbourhoods, curated by Mississauga's Public Art Program.

In the midst of this global pandemic, where many Mississauga residents are physically distanced from their neighbours, friends, and communities, artists from across the city reflected on COVID-19--including the relationship they have with the city, their public spaces, and their neighbourhoods.

A place becomes special through a community's memories and stories. While Mississauga residents and artists are not currently able to congregate in public spaces, you can still experience the spirit and stories of Mississauga in the artwork presented.

Click the thumbnails below to explore the city through the eyes of some of Mississauga's most talented artists and illustrators.


Featured Artists

Leah KwakLaura Di FioreAngela ChaoLinh ThaiJenny Chenmihyun maria kimRay Vidal

For more information contact:
Public Art Program

Here's what's hot

Local music curators present a series of safe, outdoor, physically distanced concerts in the Amphitheatre. Tickets are required and seating is assigned on a first-come first-served basis. Please note that face coverings are required at all times while in the Amphitheatre.

The Lakeview Farmers' Market runs from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm, and operates Sundays from May 30th to October 10th. The Market features local, sustainable, organic, and artisanal products, which provide an important source of income for local farmers, growers, producers, and artisans.

friend of a friend is an online exhibition created by Visual Arts Mississauga's 2020-21 Creative Residents. The artwork presented is inspired by the social and creative connections that shape our artistic practices, our identities, and our evolving narratives.

Eat fresh and shop local this summer at Celebration Square. This favourite central market offers a broad variety of items including homemade preserves and honey, baked goods, locally produced wine and Ontario-grown fruits and vegetables.