When nonsense and degeneration spread wildly and become prominent in the fields of film, theatre, and television, and the heroes of these decadent acts become symbols; a great tragedy is born.
Mamnou Al Dihk is a farcical comedy aimed at ridiculing the heroes of "great" tragedies. It is an attempt to bring light to the idea that thought, enjoyment, entertainment, and laughter, often without nonsense, will remain in the minds of the people who aim to create art that seeks to move forward society - rather than push it back into history.
Public Volumes brings together exhibitions, public programming and writing that centre around broad interpretations of spatial justice. These many projects focus in or out from a particular location or series of locations, fostering deeper insight into why space matters.
Come watch young poets leave it all on thestage at the first ever Poetry Slam hosted by the City of Mississauga. Reserve your seat now!
Spend this Mother's Day indulging in the art of high tea while exploring one of Mississauga's oldest heritage homes. Featuring That's cool! Fashions that Ruled 1965-1975: This 'couture to commonplace' presentation of iconic 60s and 70s.
The City of Mississauga invites submissions for digital, screen-based artworks in all genres as part of the Art on the Screens Program. Works may be submitted by individual artists, arts collectives, and film or digital media festivals.