Arts at Home: Wellness Through the Arts

Arts at Home: Wellness Through the Arts

Mississauga Culture and the Living Arts Centre's #ArtsAtHome campaign is dedicated to curating relevant resources and engaging activities that support our creative communities and industries during the COVID-19 pandemic.

On this website, you'll find handy links to artist and industry assistance programs, local networks for live streaming entertainment, curated playlists, artist interviews and more. We'll also be sharing various creative tutorials and activities from our Mississauga community groups and Museums for all ages and abilities to try. Be sure to check back often and follow-us on social media @saugaculture for the latest in creative news and content.

More links and resources are added on a daily basis.

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The New Youth Council wants to showcase you and your artwork. This is an opportunity to get professional recognition, have your art promoted to a wide audience and make connections to other young creative people in the city.

These snow boots were made for walking! Safely explore outdoor art and self-guided activities this winter as part of Walks of Art, presented by TD Canada. Explore animated sites in Downtown Mississauga and Bradley Museum with self-guided walking tours, a scavenger hunt and fun games.

The City of Mississauga Public Art Program invites professional artists or artist teams to create an original public artwork for the exterior metal structure of two pedestrian overpass bridges: Winston Churchill Bridge and Derry Road Bridge.