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The Big Screens are a main feature on Celebration Square. These state-of-the-art outdoor LED screens are used to enhance events such as concerts and festivals; showcase screen based and interactive artworks; bring the community together to watch sporting events or play videos games; and to share information with the public.
Art on the Screens
July to September
Art on the Screens is an annual public art series hosted at Mississauga Celebration Square on Monday nights throughout the summer. As part of this series, we present innovative digital, screen-based works by local, national, and international artists on large outdoor public screens.
For more details about the program and presenting artists, please see Public Art
Movie Nights is an annual series that sees Celebration Square transformed into the city's biggest outdoor theatre. Presenting a mix of new releases, animated features and classics on the big screens, Movie Nights offer something for all tastes.
The screens provide a great opportunity to bring the community together to cheer on their team. The large format screens, along with the amenities of Celebration Square, provide a comfortable and fun experience to watch your favourite sporting event.
Sports featured on the screens include special events such as the Olympics, major international soccer tournaments, and local playoff games for the Raptors, Blue Jays and Maple Leafs.
Get on the Screens
Interested in showcasing your art on the screens? See Calls for Submission on our Public Art page. Have a great idea for a project or would like to discuss sponsorship or partnership opportunities, contact Celebration Square.
Presence is a year-long program funded by the City of Mississauga. Throughout the program, residents were invited to participate in workshops, exhibitions, and performances, to explore storytelling and uncover the city's cultural identities.
Witness the birth of a new landscape through photography. Through the eyes of creative photo artists, we can explore our relationship and connection with water, landscapes, and our shared responsibility to the Great Lakes.
This year Celebration Square welcomes monsters of all ages to join in the Halloween fun. Starting October 22 through to October 31, Celebration Square will bring three popular Halloween inspired stories to life. Dress up in your monster tails to explore some of our favourite monster tales.
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 to be delivered in 2022.